On 12 November 2002 we are hosting the World's Largest
Lesson! It is our attempt to get as many teachers from around the globe teaching
the same English-To-Go Instant Lesson(tm) within a 24-hour period.
two record attempts. We are trying to break last year's World's Largest Lesson
record and we are also trying to set a new Guinness World Record for the Largest
Simultaneous Lesson! By registering your intent to participate you automatically
become part of our attempt to break the English-To-Go record; however you must
be able to teach the lesson at a specific time in your country to be eligible
for the Guinness Record.
It is FREE to participate, so tell your fellow
teachers, friends and students! We want to make this year's event bigger and better
than the last! There are great prizes to be won, too.
We invite you to participate
in the event. Click below for more information and to register.
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Instant Workbook............. "I Want To Be Alone"
Lesson...... "Expensive Weddings"
* Intermediate Lesson..........
"That's My Kind of Music"
* Upper-Intermediate Lesson.... "Lying
* Anna Grammar................. "Confusables -
Come and Go"
* Weekly Warmer................ "Name Game"
Instant Workbook - Intermediate - "I Want To Be Alone"
got the job? Do these follow-up exercises to interview the candidates and then
read about who did get the job. Date: 16 October 2002
Skills: Question and
paragraph ordering, reading comprehension.
Lesson - "Expensive Weddings"
Marrying in Shanghai now costs
the average Chinese worker eight years of salary. Date: 16 October 2002
Lesson - "That's My Kind of Music"
Boston transit police have
enlisted the late American composers George Gershwin and John Philip Sousa in
their fight against crime. Date: 16 October 2002
Lesson - "Lying College Students"
According to a new study, most
American undergraduate students say the excuses they use to wriggle out of academic
deadlines are little more than bald-faced lies 70% of the time. Date: 16 October
Anna Grammar - Confusables - "Come and Go"
asks for help with explaining the difference between 'coming to' and 'going to'
to her elementary class. Date: 16 October 2002
Weekly Warmer - "Name
This activity can be followed up the next day by calling the
role using students' names and their 'likes'. It's a great way to learn everyone's
name quickly. Date: 16 October 2002
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Quote of the
week: "The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing
without work." Emile Zola (1840-1902)