The featured lessons
relate to a number of current events including World Environment Day, World No
Tobacco Day and the 50 year anniversary marking the first climb of Mt. Everest.
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this week's new resources:
Upper-Intermediate Instant Workbook
Antibacterial soaps - should we be using them?
Ordering a text and vocabulary - there are 3 exercises for you to do.
Instant Lesson - Winning and Losing
A NZ$200,000 ($112,000) dispute between
two New Zealand companies has been resolved in an unusual out-of-court settlement
-- an arm-wrestling match. (Business, disputes, discussion, sentence order, writing
questions, comprehension, a/an/the, prefix 'un', pair crossword, correct or incorrect
game--the apostrophe for possession.)
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson
- Donor Debate
A Moldovan woman, desperate to feed her family, decides
to sell one of her kidneys to a rich Westerner for $3,000 - - more than a year's
salary for the donor, peanuts to the recipient. Is it an act of exploitation in
Europe's poorest country or a lifesaving transaction which could and should be
regulated? (Body organ trading, understanding the main idea, understanding viewpoints,
summarizing, discussion, words in context.)
Anna Grammar - "Behind
What does "behind schedule" mean?
Warmer - Auction, Auction
This is a good warmer for reviewing large numbers
and guarantees student attention.
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of the week:
"We build too many walls and not enough bridges."
- Sir Isaac Newton.