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Featured Lessons - Retail therapy anyone?
These lessons about shopping. You can look at new shopping trends or some of the strange things we can buy as well as odd ways of shopping - do you squeeze all the baked food you buy?! For teachers whose students love to shop!
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Here are this week's new resources:

Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate Instant Workbook - Cleaning Up Their Acts
A sustainable waste management system in use on a world heritage site.
Skills: Reading, ordering and matching pictures to sort rubbish.

Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - A Healthy Diet?
A study of more than 22,000 Greeks provided further evidence that the "Mediterranean diet" rich in cheese, nuts and olive oil can protect against heart disease and cancer. (Healthy diets, food vocabulary, reading for the main idea, scanning, true or false, drama, What Is It?, countable and uncountable nouns game.)

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Cleaning Up Their Acts
With its landfill sites almost full, Japan has launched a plan to halve the amount of trash it buries. Meanwhile, Ireland battles a price of economic success: a waste disposal crisis. From a third island nation, New Zealand, comes a possible waste management solution. (Waste management, environmentally friendly waste management systems, matching sentence beginnings and endings, listening for information, true or false, choose the best answer, using 'also', understanding a process diagram.)

Anna Grammar - "Did you have" Vs "Had you"
I have a lovely student who just can't seem to grasp the idea that we say, "did you have . . ." she always wants to say "had you . . ." and although she knows that her form is wrong she needs a better explanation than I can give her! Can you help?

Weekly Warmer - Group Sentences 1
This warmer is good for mingling, and getting students talking and moving.

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Quote of the week:
"Watch your thoughts; they become words.
Watch your words; they become actions.
Watch your actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become character.
Watch your character; it becomes your destiny."
– Frank Outlaw.

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