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The use of WIKI.
Development of skills of speaking: to engage in conversation to describe events, present the facts to represent a sociocultural portrait of the country and the language being studied to express and argue the point of view to seek and share information to ask a friend, specifying the required information to take the initiative in a conversation to make clarifications / additions to express emotions of different nature to summarize or tell in details information the students have read / heard / seen to characterize literary characters and historical figures draw conclusions to evaluate the facts / events of modern life
Collaborative Writing The visual editor lets you work easily and collaboratively with your students. Use content from anywhere on the web and easily track, provide feedback on, and review student work. Collaborative writing of essay: Animals in the zoo. Pro and con. The first student: There are a lot of zoos in the world and millions of people visit them every year. But are zoos harmful or helpful to animals which are caged there?
The second student: I strongly believe that we should not keep animals in zoos because captivity is not natural for them and it is a constant stress to a wild animal. Keeping animals in zoos harms them by denying them freedom of movement and association. What is more, zoos are like prisons for animals as they live in small cages and do not get necessary food. In addition, animals become very aggressive and unpredictable as they get older and often attack zoo keepers and other people.
The third student: However, most people think that zoos help endangered species survive. But this is not true because most rare animals are extremely difficult to breed in captivity. Besides, in zoos, it is almost impossible to meet the animals’ natural needs. Another argument for keeping animals in zoos is that people learn something new about these animals. Actually, zoos do not teach us much because animals do not act the way they would in the wild. I think we can learn more about animals by watching wildlife programs on TV.
The forth student: In conclusion, I would argue that zoos do not seem to help endangered species and keeping animals behind bars only for the sake of our entertainment is not quite fair. In my opinion, people must create nature reserves, where wild animals will be able to live in their natural environment.
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