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Have you been following the Soccer World Cup? It's all fun and games! We have a great selection of lessons based on soccer. Why not give them a try?

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Contents:
* Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Are your students falling asleep in class?"
* Instant Workbook............. This week's exercise is linked to the Weekly Warmer!
* Pre-Intermediate Lesson...... "Sun-Protected Students"
* Intermediate Lesson.......... "No More Embarrassment"
* Upper Intermediate Lesson... "Blind as a Bat?"
* Anna Grammar................. "All together or altogether?"
* Weekly Warmer................ "All Roads Lead to...a Student's House"
* Self Access.................. "Useful Robots?"
* The Last Word................ "Indivisibility"

Today's Top Teaching Tips! - "Are your students falling asleep in class?"
* Discuss it directly; is there a genuine problem (e.g. jet lag, excessive Internet use at night)?
* Tell the student they'll be marked absent.
* Wake him/her up, ask lots of direct questions.
* Give students tasks which require movement around the room.

NEW RESOURCES
Instant Workbook - This week's exercise is linked to the Weekly Warmer!

"All Roads Lead to...a Student's House"

Pre-Intermediate Lesson - "Sun-Protected Students"
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released new guidelines urging schools to try to protect children from excess sunlight to help prevent skin cancer later on in life. Available from 05 June 2002

Intermediate Lesson - "No More Embarrassment"
A London clinic is charging stressed professionals $5,680 to drill a hole in their armpits, snip away their nerve endings and eliminate their blushes for good. Available from 05 June 2002

Upper-Intermediate Lesson - "Blind as a Bat?"
British scientists have created a cane inspired by bats to help blind and partially sighted people find their way around. Available from 05 June 2002

Anna Grammar - "All together or altogether?"
Gail from South Africa asks Anna to clear up the difference for her. Available from 05 June 2002

Weekly Warmer - "All Roads Lead to...a Student's House"
This activity brings fun and excitement to your pronunciation lesson. This warmer also has a complementary Instant Workbook exercise. Available from 05 June 2002

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SelfAccess - "Useful Robots?"
This week's lesson looks at the issue of technology and employment. The article is about an exhibition of humanoid robots and we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of robots.
http://www.selfaccess.com

The Last Word
Did you know that 'Indivisibility' has only one vowel - five times!


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