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Featured Lessons
The featured lessons this week have been chosen by Larry Adams. Larry grew up in the USA but has lived in Brisbane, Australia since 1991. He has taught at private language schools in Hawaii and Japan. He has also taught at University level in Australia and is currently teaching at a private language school in Brisbane. Larry has taught all kinds of English courses including a number of Academic English courses such as Study Skills, Preparation for TOEFL and Preparation for TOEIC, but it's General English courses that he really enjoys teaching.

"I like communicative activities and Instant Lessons are a nice complement to core text books because they have a lot of fun communicative activities, as well as good reading-skills activities, that make reading exciting rather than laborious."
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Here are this week's new resources:

Upper-Intermediate Instant Workbook - Donor Debate
What do you think - should the organ trade be legal?
Skills: Letter writing and re-writing an article.

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - International Treaty Against Smoking
More than 190 countries approved the first international treaty against smoking, including an advertising ban, aimed at kicking a habit that kills nearly 5 million people a year. (Antismoking, WHO, complete the headline, scanning, reading carefully, summarizing, relative clauses, information exchange, debate, complete the drawing.)

Advanced Instant Lesson - Atwood's 'Oryx and Crake'
Celebrated Canadian author Margaret Atwood has released a novel about a deadly virus that wipes out civilization. 'Oryx and Crake' is bound to touch a few nerves in her home country and around a world still plagued with the fear of SARS. (Science Fiction, the future, SARS, text organization, true, false or not given, choose the best answer, sequencing, discussion, words with similar spellings, acronyms, find someone who game - books and reading.) Warning: Adult themes.

Anna Grammar - Adjectives
Anna talks about English adjectives not having masculine, feminine, singular or plural.

Weekly Warmer - Animal Hunt
This Warmer revises vocabulary and creates lexical sets around 'animals'.

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Quote of the week:
"The reward of suffering is experience." - Harry S. Truman.

Have a great week teaching!
The English-To-Go Team.
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