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Piccadilly Circus

Free afternoon: go shopping!

Today, we are going to visit one of the most famous squares in London. Piccadilly Circus is one of the shopping areas in London. It is close to major shopping and entertainment areas in the West End of the city.

At the end of the session, you will have:

  • read and answered some questions about Piccadilly Circus,
  • revised the use of the adverbs of frequency,
  • written the final version of your article of opinion.
Picadilly Circus
Cristiano Betta. Piccadilly Circus (CC BY)
  • What is the name of a very important sports shop in Piccadilly Circus?
  • What is the name of the largest bookstore in the whole of Europe?

Click on the following link, read the following text and try to find out the answers to these questions: Piccadilly circus.

Remember to include this emblematic place at your Google Site challenge.

Wandering how it would be to walk around Piccadilly Circus? So, why don't you watch this video and find it out?

Geek Street Travels. Walking around Piccadilly Circus, England (Licencia estándar de YouTube)

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskopinion and #EDIAlondon). Choose one (or two) of the most interesting things you have learnt about Piccadilly Circus. The 'Rubric to assess a Tweet' can help you do a good job in this social network.

I usually go out at the weekend

In addition, you may have noticed after reviewing the present simple, that it is also quite common to find this verbal tense accompanied by adverbs of frequency.

Why don't you revise how to use them properly by doing the following activities? Adverbs of frequency

Your task: The final version of the article

Task Step 3: Writing the final version of your article of opinion

After having read a little bit about this emblematic place in London, it is now time to write the final version of the article that you have been working on. Remember that it will be published in your learning diary. 

In pairs, you can also help your partner organise his / her notes for the writing.

Your teacher can help you with your doubts about the final structure, paragraphs, vocabulary, etc.

Learning diary

Learning Diary. Step 5: Summarising all the steps taken so far in order to start writing your article of opinion.

Writing tools

Peter O'Shea. Writing tools (CC BY)

After having finished your writing, you have to revise all the work you have done so far in order to summarize all the steps you have followed. You can also share the link of the post of your learning diary through Twitter using the hashtags #EDIAlondon #taskopinion

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