Last week was Space Week! We have a series of lessons,
Instant Workbook exercises and Weekly Warmers on Space. Click below to view them.
To School Competition Winners!
We'd like to congratulate our winners
Debra G Mitchell and Julia Malakoff. Thanks to everyone who participated in the
1000 Plus Resources!
We now have over 1000
resources in the Teachers' Room!
Instant Workbook............. "Irukandji Sting"
* Elementary Lesson............
"Bring Your Parents"
* Pre-Intermediate Lesson...... "Alive
* Upper-Intermediate Lesson.... "Let's Close The Town"
Anna Grammar................. "Important Events in My Life"
Warmer................ "Conditionals - first"
* Quote of the week............
"If you can count..."
Workbook - Intermediate Lesson - "Irukandji Sting"
article has more news on these wee critters. Skills include: Listening and reading
comprehension - 3 exercises. Available from 09 October 2002
Lesson - "Bring Your Parents"
British pensioner Joseph Dickinson,
103, had a shock when his local hospital phoned him to ask him to come in for
an eye test... and told him to bring his parents! Available from 09 October 2002
Lesson - "Alive or Dead?"
A retired cleaning lady has finally
managed to convince German bureaucrats she is alive - two months after an office
mistake listed her as dead on nationwide records. Available from 09 October 2002
Upper-Intermediate Lesson - "Let's Close The Town"
of a remote Quebec mining community have voted to shut down the town following
the closing of a local copper smelter, the area's main employer. Available from
09 October 2002
Weekly Warmer - "Important Events in My Life"
discussing drawings of five important events in their lives, students can learn
about each other on the first day of class. Available from 09 October 2002
Grammar - "Conditionals - first"
Vincent from France asks Anna
to explain why the present is used after when to express the future. Available
from 09 October 2002
here to get the new resources.
Quote of the
week: "If you can count your money, you don't have a billion dollars."
- J. Paul Getty (1892-1976)