Hannah Brencher: Love letters to strangers
Compr. Q: Which feelings did she want do give to other people thru giving out love letters?
Discu. Q: Would you like that Hannah Brencher writes you a letter? What would you like to read from her?
Vocab: Crates – A container, such as a slatted wooden case, used for storing or shipping
Efficiency – The quality or property of being efficient (= Acting or producing effectively with a minimum of waste, expense, or unnecessary effort.)
id like to hear people’s opinion about discussion question:)
Yeah, let’s talk each other this Thursday.
I’ll think about these questions.
Comprehension Q:what does she think about letter after she heard the story?
Dis Q:do you think it is better to write a letter to tell your feeling to someone?
frustrate-to make someone feel annoyed or less confident because they cannot achieve what they want
scribble-to write or draw something quickly or carelessly
rural- in, of, or like the countryside:
It’s good discussion Q!
Can’t wait to hear your opinion. It could be interesting, since we’re all women.
It’s an interesting question.
What did she do when she got sick in New York? Why?
What made people have never known love in a letter? Why?
What do you think the differences between SNS and a letter is?
Sucker-punch — a sudden unexpected defeat or setback
Unkempt — not properly maintained; disorderly or untidy
Tuck — to put something into a small space
Morph — to develop a new appearance or change into something else
Fuel — :manage, run, sustain
This presentation is interesting. Thank you for telling us.
I like your Discussion Q, cause since we are still (almost) from old school, I think we can talk about for a long time and I bet we have different ideas. Mmh I wonder what would the kids from these year say…
like your Discussion question
compQ: What did her mother not believe?
discQ: If you got a love letter from a stranger, what would you feel?
scribble: write hurriedly, write untidily,
unkempt: messy, scruffy, straggly,
tuck: 1 push, insert, slip, fold; thrust, stuff, stick, cram.
2 pleat, gather, fold, ruffle.
3 hide, conceal, secrete; store, stow, stash.
Your discussion Q it’s particularly… but I think it’s a good way to see other thoughts about love…
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