Featured Lessons - Criminals Who Got It Wrong
week's lessons highlight criminals who are inept, inefficient or just plain foolish.
These elementary and pre-intermediate lessons will encourage reading and discussion
and your students will be entertained by these true stories of criminals who got
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this week's new resources:
Pre-Intermediate Instant Workbook
- Thinking of You!
Unwelcome birthday cards. Police are keeping an eye
on their local criminals.
Skills: Listening and grammar - present continuous.
Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Tattoo for the Doctor
An 85 year-old widow is so determined not to be resuscitated against her will
by doctors that she has tattooed the words "Do Not Resuscitate" across
her chest. (Rights of patients, tattoos, finding the main idea, vocabulary in
context, information search, a, an or the, discussion, 'Who am I?' game, dialogue.)
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Not To Your Taste?
American President George Bush's - that's George Sr., not George Jr. - famous
aversion to broccoli might be put down to the fact that he could be a "supertaster"
-- a group classified by a scientist as being so sensitive to bitter-tasting foods
that they want to spit them out. (Aversion to bitter food, predicting using a
headline, writing questions, true, false or not given, summarizing the text, metaphors,
writing a report, prepositions.)
Anna Grammar - The Genitive
weeks leave but three years old three months pregnant. Why?
Weekly Warmer - Idioms - True and False - Face
warmer looks at idiomatic phrases to do with the word 'face' and can be used before
the Lower-Intermediate Instant Lesson 'Top Dog May Be Cheat'.
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of the week:
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach
him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Give a man a fish and you feed
him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." -