We hope that you've enjoyed using our lessons based
around the Soccer World Cup. The quarter finals will be so exciting. It's anyone's
guess as to who the winner will be!
We are drawing the winner of the Tell
a Friend competition this week! You only have a few more days to tell all of your
friends and colleagues about Instant Lessons. The prize is a fabulous FIFA Soccer
World Cup T-shirt. Click below for your last chance to win.
Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Are you a new teacher?"
Workbook............. "High on Music"
* Elementary Lesson............
* Intermediate Lesson.......... "Irukandji
* Upper Intermediate Lesson.... "Scientists Go Back to the
* Anna Grammar................. "Nouns as Adjectives?"
Weekly Warmer................ "The Right Mood"
* Self Access..................
* The Last Word................ "The name Pavlov often
rings a bell"
Today's Top Teaching Tips!
- "Are you a new teacher?"
If you are a new teacher and
you are given conflicting advice on what to do, try these tips.
* Listen, absorb
and try out the suggestions that sound useful.
* If it doesn't work, discard
* If it works, use it again. There's always more than one way to do everything.
Don't forget to experiment!
Instant Workbook - There are now over
25 Instant Workbook exercises for students based on Instant Lessons! Have you
had a chance to have a look yet? We are interested to hear your comments and suggestions.
You can have a look at http://www.instantworkbook.com
Instant Workbook - Pre-Intermediate - "High on Music"
has some new recruits for its war against the country's narcotics problem -- a
team of convicts jailed for drug offenses have formed the country's first ever
prison choir. Available 19 June 2002
Elementary - "Finders Keepers"
Australian families are arguing over $10,000 in cash dug up by a gardener in a
back garden. Available 19 June 2002
Intermediate - "Irukandji Sting"
US tourist has become the second foreign visitor to Australia to die after being
stung by an Irukandji, a tiny, translucent jellyfish for which there is no known
antivenin. Available 19 June 2002
Upper-Intermediate - "Scientists
Go Back to the Future"
British scientists hope to exhume the body
of a young woman who died in the 1918 influenza pandemic to examine the virus
that claimed up to 40 million lives worldwide. Available 19 June 2002
Grammar - "Nouns as adjectives?"
Denise from Brazil passes on
a student's questions about the order of adjectives and the use of "of".
Available 19 June 2002
Weekly Warmer - "The right mood"
is a way of getting students into the right frame of mind for studying; especially
if your class is after lunch time. Available 19 June 2002
here to get the new resources.
SelfAccess - "Po'ouli"
week's lesson looks at an attempt to save a rare Hawaiian bird. You can also do
an exercise to help you understand referencing within a text.
The name Pavlov often rings a bell.