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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 8815 Topic

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 8815 Topic

Hi, this is the presentation we saw in class to decide on your individual topic for the Trinity exam. We started looking at this picture, which had something to do with my personal life, and you were very curious. In fact, I asked you questions: "Would you like to ask me?" and you asked me several questions. This led me to think about what makes a topic interesting. The answer is that a topic is interesting and we are comfortable with it if we can choose to talk about something we are interested in. Then we went on with brainstorming possible topics. I asked you to work in groups of three and write down five topics you are interested in and would like to be interviewed about for five minutes. I advised you not to choose anything too technical, complex, or involving too much new vocabulary. For example, "Not my pet, my cat." Here are a few ideas I asked you to consider: 1. Look at an object that is important to me. 2. A person that I respect. 3. A place that's important to me. 4. An important social activity in my life. 5. My ambition. 6. A social problem, and so on. After a few minutes of discussion in groups, I asked you to tell me the topics you came up with and dictate them to me. Here they are - these are the ones you suggested in bold, the ones we selected together: 1. Turin football. 2. Food in Expo 2015 (because Expo 2015 was too general). 3. My region in Expo 2015. 4. Volunteering with teenagers (not just volunteering). 5. The power of Facebook (not social media). We had many social media websites, so we needed to be more specific. Modern era history was too complex. Milan in Rome was okay, fine. Electronic music, if you're really interested in music,...