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Here are more new lessons, as usual, plus we've put together a selection of lessons that will be useful around Valentines Day.

Featured Lessons: Valentines Day - February 14
Valentines Day is quickly approaching. You can access our selection of lessons, Warmers and Instant Workbook exercises by clicking below, or logging into the Teachers' Room and clicking on "Featured Lessons" in the left hand menu.

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Here are this week's new resources:

Instant Workbook - Pre-Intermediate - "The history of Valentine's Day"
Do you know who Valentine was? Listen and find out. Then practise using adjectives in the right order. There are 6 exercises for you to do.
Skills: Listening and grammar - adjective order.

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - "Australians Slip Slop Slap"
Helen Lawton-French remembers her childhood in Australia as a haze of sunshine, with weekends spent basking in the sun to get the perfect tan. But 20 years later, she's paying the price for her years of sun worship, joining the 280,000 Australians diagnosed with skin cancer each year.

Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - "Chimney Sweep"
It may work for Santa Claus but one Texan found that going down the chimney was no way to enter a home after he became stuck.

Elementary Instant Lesson - "No excuses!"
"The dog ate my homework." If students at a Houston middle school say this to their teachers, their parents may be asked to go to court.

Anna Grammar - "I like reading" and "I like to read."
What's the difference between "I like reading" and "I like to read"?

Weekly Warmer - Eavesdropping
This fun conversation warmer asks students to not only make small talk but to eavesdrop as well.

See the new resources here.

Quote of the week:
"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." - Scott Adams.

Have a great week teaching!
The English-To-Go Team.
E-mail: sales@english-to-go.com