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|NAME |LEVEL of Students |DATE/LESSON | Teaching topic: |
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• To be able to understand and complete a variety of basic personal information forms • To be able to respond to questions in order to provide basic personal information (including spelling) • To be able to ask questions in order to obtain basic personal information from others

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