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Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Ongoing and obscure grammar questions"
Instant Workbook............. "Young Whale Looks For Family"
Lesson............ "A Baby's Name"
* Intermediate Lesson..........
* Upper-Intermediate Lesson.... "Divorce Research"
Anna Grammar................. "Nouns - plurals and irregulars"
Weekly Warmer................ "Mood Chart"
* Max Vocab....................
* The Last Word................ "Capital Gains..."
Top Teaching Tips! - Use these tips to deal with ongoing and obscure
* Indicate you are willing to help, but make an agreed time
* Explain you will be free then, and why your advice is not available
* Ask students to record and save questions for this time.
Instant Workbook - Intermediate - "Young Whale
Looks For Family"
What will happen to the baby whale if she finds
Skills: Listening and Grammar - the first conditional. Available
from 25 September 2002
Elementary Lessons - "A Baby's Name"
angry Italian mother has gone to court after her husband secretly named their
newborn son after a prize-winning horse. Available from 25 September 2002
Lesson - "Batter Up!"
Baseball managers should forget the traditional
batting line-up and put the strongest hitter up second, instead of fourth, to
improve the team's performance. Available from 25 September 2002
Lesson - "Divorce Research"
Unhappily married couples often get
lots of advice and a new report offers some more: don't divorce, stick it out.
Available from 25 September 2002
Anna Grammar - "Nouns - plurals
Ever wondered what fish and sheep have in common?
Look at Anna's reply to Midori from Japan and find out. Available from 25 September
Weekly Warmer - "Mood Chart"
This is a great warmer
for class dynamics and fluency practice. Available from 25 September 2002
Vocab - "Chef's Helpers"
Max takes a look at words for cooking
utensils - words like 'pfanna', 'spatha' and 'hlaedel'! Available from 25 September
here to get the new resources.
Word - "Capital Gains..."
The Tax Department can be described
as a capital gains deal: from everything you earn, the "Capital" gains.
of the week: "When life does not find a singer to sing her heart,
she produces a philosopher to speak her mind." Khalil Gibran.