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This lesson reviews how to give and ask for advice. Key phrases include:

You look upset. What's wrong?
What should I do?
Why don't you......
You should/shouldn't....
You'd better/better not.....

The phrases are introduced after the students watch a short Mr. Bean episode "Mr. Bean Wakes Up." My middle school students found this to be hilarious, but even us adults might get a mild chuckle out of Mr. Bean's antics. I asked my students before they watched "What is Mr. Bean's problem?" and "What advice could we give to Mr. Bean?"

I originally made these files in PowerPoint and Word 2007, but saved them in the older version to make them more accessible to others. You may have to shift around some of the skewed text boxes, but you'll get the idea of what it's supposed to look like.

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What an attractive material you made!
Thanks for brilliant ideas!
this is awesome- I didn't have to plan a thing and of course the students (I teach high school) love the pics of Korean celebrities and Mr. Bean. Thanks !
excellent lesson

the boxes were really wonky on mine, but so worth saving and realigning everything!

thanks!
Original documents for those with newest versions of PPT and Word. I should have posted these earlier. :)
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AWESOME!!! thanks!!!
:) Just used this lesson , it went well thanks for resource it was really helpful. Added a small game at the end. Divided the class into 4 teams, gave each team a piece of paper to write down 5 problems. Each team takes it in turns to read out one problem to the class. The first student to raise their hand and give suitable advice correctly wins a point for their team. Then the next team reads out a problem and so on .
Hey, that's a great idea for a game! Thanks for sharing!

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