Giving personal information is not only about saying what your name is or how old you are. In your CV, include some adjectives that describe your personality.
At the end of this section, you will have...
- Learnt adjectives to describe personality.
- Practised Present Simple sentences.
- Asked a questionnaire.
- Practised so, because, that is why to give reasons.
- Presented a classmate's profile.
Let us start by listening to some people describing their personalities. Enter the ello.org site and comment with a partner on their good qualities.
Answer the questions below.
- Do you share any of these people's qualities?
- What qualities do you think are the most important?
- How do you see yourself? What are you like?
Enter the Primary Resources site and think about the positive qualities that define your personality. Ask your classmates for their opinion about your personality with the questions that you can find at the iteslj site. You can use the worksheet at the One Stop English website to take notes of some new adjectives that both you and your classmates use to describe your own personality.
Sign in at Canva and create a list poem about yourself with some of the adjectives that you have collected. Publish the poem on your 'Key vocabulary' page, in your Weebly site. You can also share your list poem with your classmates on Pinterest. Comment on the qualities that some of your classmates have used to describe their own personalities and think about the right job for them according to their character.
Whether you comment orally or by posting on Pinterest, justify your opinion with expressions such as because, that is why, so, etc. which you can revise at the English Grammar site and practise at the Perfect-English-grammar site.