Thank you to everyone who took part in the World's
Largest Lesson on Tuesday 12 November. We'll be putting up information about the
event on the English-To-Go website in the next week including the final numbers
of participants, pictures of different classrooms taking part, comments and feedback.
Certificate of Participation
of Participation in the World's Largest Lesson is available for download from
Print the certificate and fill out the names of each student and your school and
then give them out.
Guinness World Record
Thank you to those of you who took part in this event. Please complete the Representative
Witness Statement and post it to one of the addresses listed here: http://www.english-to-go.com/largest/
Free Online Exercises
We have extended the
free online exercises for students until 25 November. The Instant Workbook exercise
is based on the World's Largest Lesson on landmines. Go to http://www.instantworkbook.com
Teachers and students can login as "student"
The free SelfAccess.com
lesson has also been extended until 25 November 2002. Go to http://www.selfaccess.com
If you have any questions, comments,
feedback, or photographs you would like to share with us, please send an e-mail
Instant Workbook............."Landmine Danger"
Elementary Lesson............"The Most Powerful
Man in Music"
Fence Me In"
Harmful Effects of Scolding"
and except for"
- Intermediate - "Landmine Danger"
Landmines in Afghanistan.
Skills: Complete the summary of an article and write a letter to the editor of
a newspaper. There are 6 exercises for you to do. Available from 13 November 2002
Elementary Lesson - "The Most Powerful Man in Music"
U2's lead singer Bono is the most powerful man in music, and not just because
of his singing, says a poll of top music business people. Available from 13 November
Intermediate Lesson - "Don't Fence Me In"
should not be kept in zoos or safari parks because they suffer stress and die
early, a British animal charity said Wednesday. Available from 13 November 2002
Advanced Lesson - "The Harmful Effects of Scolding"
When parents are driven mad by badly behaved children, most do not smack them
and instead give them a telling-off. But verbal abuse could be as harmful as beating,
according to new Danish research. Available from 13 November 2002
Grammar - "Except and except for"
Mollie wants to know when
you can use except and when to use except for. Available from 13 November 2002
Weekly Warmer - "Body Language"
This warmer is an exciting
way to talk about body language and to compare it in different cultures. Available
from 13 November 2002
here to see the new resources.
Quote of the
week: "It's kind of fun to do the impossible." - Walt Disney
(1901-1966).Have a great week teaching.