The World's Largest Lesson is now available for
download from the English-To-Go website.
You will need to download the instructions
too. Follow the easy-to-use, color- coded instruction flow chart depending on
which attempt you are involved in.
Download the lesson and make copies
of the lesson for your students. Be careful not to include the "Teachers'
notes and answer key" at the bottom of the lesson, and don't let students
have access to the lesson prior to the 12th of November 2002!
to register and get the lesson
NEED YOUR HELP!
We need as many teachers and students as possible
to take part in the record attempt. There is less than a week to go. Please tell
all of your friends, students, and colleagues about this event.
to download a flyer to give to other teachers
forget that there are free Instant Workbook exercises for your students based
on the World's Largest Lesson. You can get the details in the teachers' notes
at the end of the lesson.
There is also a FREE SelfAccess.com lesson related
to the landmines lesson at http://www.selfaccess.com
you have any questions send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
* Instant Workbook.............
"Model E Ford"
* FREE RESOURCE................ "The World's
Largest Lesson - Landmine Danger"
* Pre-Intermediate............ "Checking
Up on Supplies"
* Upper-Intermediate Lesson.... "You Can't Copy That!"
Advanced Intermediate........ "Ecstasy Warning"
* Anna Grammar.................
"Prepositions - in and for"
* Weekly Warmer................ "Who
is This Person?"
Workbook - Upper-Intermediate to Advanced - "Model E Ford"
Memos in the workplace.
Skills: Writing a business memo. Complete the text
by inserting the
missing clauses. Available from 06 November 2002
Lesson - "Checking Up on Supplies"
The counting of toilet roll
paper was successful for a British worker who won his employer thousands of pounds
in compensation after he discovered that some rolls were not as long as they should
be. Available from 06 November 2002
Upper-Intermediate Lesson - "You
Can't Copy That!"
A copyright dispute over two pieces of silence,
one by American avant-garde composer John Cage and the other by a composer best
known for novelty tunes, has been settled. Available from 06 November 2002
Lesson - "Ecstasy Warning"
Ecstasy, the popular "club drug"
favored by young partygoers, may damage the same brain cells hurt in Parkinson's
disease, U.S. researchers said. Available from 06 November 2002
Grammar - "Prepositions - in and for"
Stella from Japan asks
about the coldest winter in years. Available from 06 November 2002
Warmer - "Who is This Person?"
This warmer is good review activity
for Elementary-level students, but it can be adapted for students of all levels
to practice asking questions, listening to others and writing information. Available
from 06 November 2002
here to get the new resources.
Quote of the
week: "Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter
how improbable, must be the truth." - Sherlock Holmes (by Sir Arthur Conan