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Halloween Lessons
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Title: Lots of Hot Dogs!
Date:3 October 2016
Topic:Every year the world hot dog eating competition is held in New York. (World records, hot dogs, food, competitive eating, expressions of quantity.)
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Title: Politicians Haunt Halloween
Date:17 October 2016
Topic:A model of a hot air-blowing Donald Trump and another of a toothy Hillary Clinton riding the Democratic Party's donkey mascot are among the skeletons and zombies in a Halloween display that has become an attraction and is stopping traffic in a Connecticut town. (Halloween, displays, presidential election.)
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Title: Santa Networking
Date:3 October 2016
Topic:"A successful Santa is not just about the costumes and the clothes. You have to have Christmas in your heart. You have to have the love of children and caring and giving in your hear to be a really successful Santa and it's not something you can make up. It has to be in you and people know, they can see it," she said. (Santas, Christmas, may and may have to.)
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Title: Soccer Speaks
Date:5 October 2016
Topic:On a muggy day in late July, dozens of student refugees ran relentlessly after a soccer ball, stopping only to help up a fellow player who had slipped. (Writing questions, matching sentence beginnings and endings, ordering a text, giving an opinion)
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Title: Bikes Against Trafficking
Date:4 October 2016
Topic:Five hundred nuns from the Buddhist sect known as the Drukpa Order, www.drukpa.org/index.php/en/ on Saturday complete a 4,000-km (2,485 mile) bicycle trek from Nepal's Kathmandu to the northern city of Leh in India to raise awareness about human trafficking in the remote region. (Human trafficking, disaster relief, Buddhist nuns, extraordinary journeys.)
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instant workbook
Date: 12 October 2016
Unlucky Robbers
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Read about two "unlucky robbers" and practise using the past perfect to put events in order. There are four exercises to do.
anna grammar
Date: 12 September 2016
Why Is Punctuation Important? - Anna GrammarView PDF
Students may ask, "Why do we need punctuation? Why is it important?" This activity will help you think about the importance of punctuation and get some practice using different punctuation symbols.
weekly warmer
Date: 17 October 2016
Endangered Animals! SOS!View PDF
This warmer gets students talking about environmental issues. Students discuss decisions made at U.N. meeting on wildlife trade in South Africa.
max vocab
Date: 22 August 2016
Social Media - Max Vocabulary WorksheetView PDF
Looking at the use of social media words in Reuters news articles.