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Title: Old Timers
Date:2 April 2014
Topic:The world's oldest woman lives in Japan. (Longevity, world records, scanning, making questions, discussion.)
LevelElementary
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Title: Easter Egg Surprises
Date:14 April 2014
Topic:A Fabergé Easter Egg made for Emperor Alexander 111 of Russia and lost for more than 100 years will be displayed in London. The egg was nearly melted for scrap, but an American scrap dealer realized what it was. (Russian Revolution, Fabergé eggs, writing questions, passive voice.)
LevelPre-Intermediate
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Title: Groundhog Day
Date:19 February 2014
Topic:Punxsutawney Phil, a famed U.S. groundhog with an even more famous shadow, came out of his burrow on Sunday and predicted six more weeks of winter, much to the disappointment of those hoping for an early spring. (Groundhog Day, interview with a woodchuck, first conditional.)
LevelIntermediate
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Title: Happy Birthday!
Date:2 April 2014
Topic:Fifty came with a televised bash, celebrity friends and a black-tie dinner, but Oprah Winfrey is having a low-key 60th birthday at home in California. Bill Clinton, turning 60, hated being so old. (Birthays, listening comprehension, talking about birthday celebrations, scanning, writing questions, jigsaw reading, Grammar - the present continuous to describe an action in progress.)
LevelUpper-Intermediate
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Title: Tennis Riddles
Date:11 April 2014
Topic:As a player Andre Agassi relied as much on a razor-sharp tennis brain as brute force to collect eight major titles and complete a career grand slam. Now his eyes light up at the prospect of following the likes of Ivan Lendl and Boris Becker into coaching. (Coaching, Andre Agassi, tennis, compound adjectives, talking about sporting events.)
LevelAdvanced
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instant workbook
Date: 25 March 2014
Dogs of war
Instant Workbook
People should not be allowed to keep dangerous dogs as pets. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?
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Upper-Intermediate
anna grammar
Date: 10 February 2014
Confusables - it's and itsView PDF
This worksheet helps students understand the difference between it's (a contraction) and its (the possessive pronoun).
weekly warmer
Date: 14 April 2014
Olympic Sports ControversiesView PDF
This ice-breaker is great for practicing reading for understanding, asking and answering questions and talking about sports and the Olympics.
max vocab
Date: 7 March 2014
Max Vocabulary Worksheet - The LoungeView PDF
A worksheet for lounging about with!