There are only 11 days until the World's Largest
Hello #first_name#, we are counting down to the World's Largest Lesson.
Thank you to everyone who has registered their intent to participate.
lesson will be available from the English-To-Go website very soon. We will let
you know via e-mail when it's up.
At the time of the World's Largest Lesson,
we are also making available free Instant Workbook exercises for your students
There will also be a free SelfAccess.com lesson about the horror of
landmines at http://www.selfaccess.com
will be in the World's Largest Lesson teachers' notes.
If you have any
questions send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
* Instant Workbook.............
* FREE RESOURCE................ "Important
Events in My Life"
* Elementary Lesson............ "Stop That Train!"
Intermediate Lesson.......... "A Different Taste in Music"
"Too Much TV Bad For Kids?"
* Anna Grammar................. "Auxiliary
verb - do we?"
* Weekly Warmer................ "This Is What I Know"
Instant Workbook - Intermediate - "No Distractions"
Blind in Germany!
Skills: Listening and writing about your experience of eating
dark. Available from 30 October 2002
Lesson - "Stop That Train!"
A British train driver had to run
100 yards along the station platform to catch his train after it decided to start
its journey without him. Available from 30 October 2002
Lesson - "A Different Taste in Music"
The land of Mozart will
be exporting its latest cultural product when the First Viennese Vegetable Orchestra
goes on its nine-date debut European tour. Available from 30 October 2002
Lesson - "Too Much TV Bad For Kids?"
Kids who spend more time
watching TV--regardless of the content of the programming--are more likely to
behave aggressively and have other types of social problems, a study has found.
Available from 30 October 2002
Anna Grammar - "Auxiliary verb -
Anna is needed to settle a blazing debate in a college in
The Philippines. Hope we aren't too late! Available from 30 October 2002
Warmer - "This Is What I Know"
Glenis from Peru says this is
one of her favorite ways to motivate students to learn vocabulary. Available from
30 October 2002
here to get the new resources.
Quote of the
week: "Talent does what it can; genius does what it must." -
Edward George Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873).