Featured Lessons - Nina's Favorite Lessons all
the way from Siberia
The featured lessons this week have been chosen
by Nina Koptyug. Nina is from Novosibirsk, Russia. She's taught at University
level, and a language school in Russia. Nina has taught all kinds of English,
from Beginner to Advanced, General English, English Literature, Business English
"I love all ETG lessons, and I chose these ones
because they literally saved me when we had no Student books for the final year,
and we had to discuss such important themes as Language Learning, and Family Problems.
Then there's the ubiquitous Harry Potter, naturally. Doing that as a lesson was
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this week's new resources:
Elementary Instant Workbook - Stop
Umm, I think this train may have left without something!
Listening and matching pictures.
Elementary Instant Lesson - Tallest
Skyscraper; Fastest Elevator
Taiwan will be able to boast of having the
world's tallest skyscraper and the fastest elevator by the end of 2003. (Taipei
101, world's tallest buildings, discussion, comprehension, reading for specific
information, reference words, identifying nouns, comparative and superlative structures,
shouting dictation, information gap game.)
Intermediate Instant Lesson
- A PETA Protest
The leader of a prominent animal rights group said she
had drawn up a will directing that her flesh be barbecued and her skin used to
make leather products in protest at people's ill-treatment of animals. (Animal
rights, guessing the meanings of words in context, scanning, true or false, summarizing,
discussion, dialogue build, reported speech.) Please Note: The material contained
in today's article may be disturbing to some students.
- "Since" and "Because"
What is the difference between
"since" and "because"? When do you use each of these and in
Weekly Warmer - Country Countdown
is a Warmer that revises vocabulary and creates lexical sets around 'countries'.
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of the week:
"Cinema is a matter of what's in the frame and what's
out." - Martin Scorsese.