We have a series of featured lessons on Halloween.
These include lessons and a relating Instant Workbook exercise, as well as this
week's Weekly Warmer. Click below to view them http://www.english-to-go.com/members/featured_lessons.cfm
Largest Lesson - 12 November 2002
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
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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 including
a Universal Translator & Dictionary, copies of the Guinness World Record book
and other spot prizes.
We invite you to participate in the event. Click
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Instant Workbook............. "The Paranormal"
* Elementary Lesson............
"A Very Long Ride"
* Intermediate Lesson.......... "Warm Weather"
Advanced Lesson.............. "New Stoves Could Mark End of Indoor Cooking
* Anna Grammar................. "Idioms - There you go"
Weekly Warmer................ "Ghostly Stories"
Instant Workbook - Intermediate - "The Paranormal"
The life of a ghost and before. Skills: Grammar - Using used to, would or the
past simple. Available from: 23 October 2002
Lesson - "A Very Long Ride"
An American teacher has ridden a
roller coaster for ten hours a day for the past three months to try to get a world
record. Available from 23 October 2002
Intermediate Lesson - "Warm
The first six months of 2002 have been the second-warmest
ever and global temperatures in 2002 could be the highest ever recorded, British
weather experts said. Available from 23 October 2002
- "New Stoves Could Mark End of Indoor Cooking Fires"
is hoping a new stove design will do its part to fight the deforestation and lung
problems caused by cooking fires used by an estimated 2.5 billion people in the
developing world. Available from 23 October 2002
Anna Grammar - "Idioms
- There you go"
Andrea asks about the usage and meanings of three
different expressions, "Here you go Andrea, Anna's reply..." Available
from 23 October 2002
Weekly Warmer - "Ghostly Stories"
warmer encourages spoken fluency through storytelling. A great introduction to
a lesson about Halloween, ghosts and paranormal activity. Available from 23 October
here to get the new resources.
Quote of the
week: "Not everything that can be counted counts and not everything
that counts can be counted." - Albert Einstein (1879-1955)