Commonwealth Games 25 July
- 4 August 2002
We have a new Upper-Intermediate lesson based on
the up and coming Commonwealth Games. The Commonwealth is a unique family of 54
developed and developing nations around the world. It is a voluntary association
of independent sovereign states and its 1.7 billion people account for 30% of
the world's population. They are found in every continent and include many diverse
religions, races, languages and cultures. You can
find more information for
your students at http://www.montageplus.co.uk
Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Do you have couples in the classroom?"
Instant Workbook............. "Smart Squirrel"
* Elementary Lesson............
* Pre-Intermediate Lesson...... Pre-Intermediate
- "Bond. James Bond."
* Upper Intermediate Lesson.... "Aussies
Get Commonwealth Games Boost"
* Anna Grammar................. "Spanish-to-go"
Weekly Warmer................ "Grammar Poker"
* The Last Word................
Today's Top Teaching
Tips! - "Do you have couples in the classroom?"
have fallen in and out of love. Now they're not speaking and it is upsetting class
* Talk to them individually.
* Rearrange the seating.
your school's student adviser.
* Do English-to-Go's lesson "The Golden
Couple", then discuss broken relationships and how best to handle them.
Instant Workbook - Elementary
- "Smart Squirrel"
This exercise is linked to this week's Elementary
Lesson. In Britain a squirrel helped police find a box of stolen crockery by encouraging
them to follow it and then leading them to a tree. Available from 17 July 2002
- "Smart Squirrel"
In Britain a squirrel helped police find a
box of stolen crockery by encouraging them to follow it and then leading them
to a tree. Available from 17 July 2002
Pre-Intermediate - "Bond.
Pierce Brosnan wants to make another James Bond movie.
Brosnan is currently filming his fourth Bond movie "Die another Day".
He talks about why he likes playing James Bond. Available from 17 July 2002
- "Aussies Get Commonwealth Games Boost"
Games chief warned that Australia will be hard-pressed to match their 1998 Commonwealth
Games' level of performance and suggested that England would be the most likely
nation to top the medal count at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester. Available
from 17 July 2002
Anna Grammar - "Spanish-to-go"
we've become Spanish-to-go!!! Anna answers a question from an artist in Argentina.
Available from 17 July 2002
Weekly Warmer - "Grammar Poker"
is a fun and different way to review grammar points. Available from 17 July 2002
here to get the new resources.
"Is there a word with all the English vowels in the right
order? Yes - "abstemious" and "facetious"."