Did you know that there are now over 500 Instant Lessons
in the lesson library? We have so much to tell you each week that we'll be linking
into the Teachers' Room to show you all the new resources.
Tell A Friend
The FIFA Soccer World Cup has started! Don't forget that you
can tell a friend or fellow teacher about the English-To-Go website and the ready-to-use
lessons. Click below to tell your friends and be in to win an official FIFA Soccer
World Cup T-shirt!
Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Need a lesson on a special topic?"
Instant Workbook............. "New exercises for your students!"
Elementary Lesson............ "Cranes for Good Luck"
Lesson.......... "Golden Sing-a-long"
* Advanced Lesson.............
"Who Are You?"
* Anna Grammar................. "Compound Nouns"
* Weekly Warmer................ "Verb Ball Toss"
* Self Access..................
"World No Tobacco Day"
* The Last Word................ "Would
a successful bonsai shop..."
Today's Top Teaching
Tips! - "Need a lesson on a special topic?"
You can use
the "Search Library" function when you want to search on a specific
topic. Follow these steps to learn how.
1. Login and click on the "Search
Library" link in the left-hand menu.
2. Type in your topical keyword,
for example: "soccer"
3. Pick the language level that best suits
your students, or leave it on "All Levels" which will bring up all lessons
on soccer at the selected level(s).
4. Additionally, you can pick from the
list of topics or search on "All Topics." This will display a list of
all the lessons that relate to soccer.
Workbook - Advanced - "60 Years Among the Stars"
= "The Shape of Things to Come"
Elementary - "Cranes for
The Prime Minister of Japan joined a group of elementary
school students to fold some of the paper cranes that will be dropped after the
World Cup soccer final on June 30. Available from May 2002
- "Golden Sing-a-long"
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is to launch
a nationwide sing-a-long to the Beatles' hit "All You Need is Love"
as part of her Golden Jubilee celebrations. Available from 29 May 2002
- "Who Are You?"
The need to prove identity in the world left
changed by September 11, 2001 is driving technology designed to help people clear
security checkpoints at airports and elsewhere. Available from 29 May 2002
Grammar - "Compound Nouns"
Huynh Quoc Dai from Vietnam has asked
Anna "an interesting but difficult question ... about these maverick and
arbitrary structures." Available from 29 May 2002
- "Verb Ball Toss"
This is a fun vocabulary or grammar revision
warm up activity that can also be used as a drill. Available from 29 May 2002
here to get the new resources.
SelfAccess - "World No Tobacco
In recognition of the "World No Tobacco Day" on May
31st we look at the article "Californians seek smoke-free outdoor air."
You can listen to a summary, analyse a graph, write an argumentative essay about
whether smoking should be banned and practise using modal verbs.
Would a successful bonsai shop need smaller premises?