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Theme 1: 📰 culture

How to be a good Teacher

Undoubtedly, education is one of the most important factors shaping a society. However, sometimes we do not get the right education.

We will focus the conversation on the following questions:

  1. Do you think it is necessary to have a vocation to become a teacher or is it a skill that can be learned?
  2. Do you have a teacher who marked a before and after in your student life? What qualities did he or she have?
  3. Have you ever felt humiliated by a teacher’s reprimand? Did he or she apologise later?
  4. One of the problems is that we tend to think of teachers as encyclopaedias. Is this a widespread notion or does it depend on your personal judgement?
  5. Do you think teachers learn as well as teach? Or is there an end to knowledge?

Here we leave you some vocabulary you can use during the talk:

  • Far from being something: To emphasise that something is not a thing or not all the case.
  • Vital: Important.
  • Candidly: Honestly.
  • To blame: To make someone responsible for something.
  • Unlikely: Improbable.
  • To convey: To impart.
  • To bear in mind: To take something into account.
  • Argument: Dispute.
  • To jump on an issue: To hop onto something.
  • To commit to something: To promise to do something.

Theme 2:💰 Culture

What music does to your brain

Music influences you and your brain, making you feel different emotions.

We will focus the conversation on the following questions:

  1. Is there any music that makes you happy? And sad?
  2. Do you think music can change your mood? In which ways?
  3. Do you believe that any kind of music can make you dance?
  4. In your opinion, is there good and bad music?
  5. What song could you listen to every day of your life? Why?

Here we leave you some vocabulary you can use during the talk:

  • Right hemisphere: the right half of the cerebrum. Region of the brain concerned with sensation and perception, motor control, and higher level cognitive processes.
  • Motor coordination: the capacity to coordinate muscle activity in a way that keeps posture intact.
    Brain chemistry: the totality of the brain’s chemical communication, which enables it to do its daily tasks.
  • Neuroscience: branch of the life sciences that focuses on anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, or molecular biology of nerves and nervous tissue.
  • Dopamine: brain chemical that functions as a neurotransmitter and makes a person feel satisfied.
  • Misunderstood: wrongly or imperfectly understood. Not sympathetically appreciated.
  • Detachment: the feeling that you have of not being personally involved in something or of having no emotional interest in it.
  • Soothing: having a calming, assuaging, or relieving effect.
  • Counterpart: another person or thing that has a similar function or position in a different place.

Theme 3: 🎥 Culture

How to Become an Actor

The acting career is very difficult, it is a very complicated field in which to achieve success, but this video explains and helps you how to get started.

We will focus the conversation on 
the following questions:

  1. Have you ever dreamed of being an actor or actress? Would you like to be one? Why?
  2. What advantages do you think it would have to dedicate yourself to this profession?
  3. What disadvantages do you think it would have to dedicate yourself to this profession?
  4. What personal characteristics do you think you should have to be a good actor?
  5. Do you think that having talent you can succeed in this field? What factors are involved in succeeding as an actor?

Here we leaAcerca de WordPressve you some vocabulary you can use during the talk:

  • Audition: an interview for a role or job as a singer, actor, dancer, or musician, consisting of a practical demonstration of the candidate’s suitability and skill.
  • Improv: acting or singing in which someone invents the words or music as they speak
  • To coach: to instruct, direct
  • Cinema agents: the person who books actors, musicians, writers, or directors, etc. for work
  • To perform: carry out, accomplish, or fulfil (an action, task, or function).
  • A cast: to choose actors to play particular parts in a play, movie, or show, or to choose an actor for a part
  • To move forward: to advance in position or to progress
  • Professional headshot: a photograph you use to create your personal brand
  • On camera: while being filmed or televised
  • Script analysis: a process by which actors interrogate a script for its intended meaning

Theme 4: 🆓 Free topic

Do you find these topics boring or uninteresting? Don’t worry. Dilo gives you the opportunity to choose your own topic for a conversation class.

Think of some vocabulary you would like to learn related to your topic and send us some information about it with the subject «Free topic». We are certain your ideas will be great! 😁.