Featured Lessons - Lessons With Jigsaw Reading
This week's featured lessons require students to read
different texts and then cooperate to share information or discuss questions.
This kind of activity is excellent for promoting interaction between students
and lots of opportunities to practice speaking.
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are this week's new resources:
Workbook - Not To Your Taste?
Vegetables, vegetables. Listen to Susan's
story. She claims she was the worst kid at eating vegetables.
and vocabulary - a vegetarian crossword puzzle and matching pictures.
Instant Lesson - A Rude Passenger
A Singapore Airlines flight from Singapore
to Brisbane, Australia made an unscheduled stop to eject a passenger who became
unruly after a heated argument with his girlfriend. The man may have to pay the
A$25,000 bill. (Airplane travel, passenger behavior, sequencing, summarizing,
discussion, true or false, interview, word forms, pair crossword.)
Instant Lesson - Everest Anniversary
As he marks the 50th anniversary
of reaching the roof of the world, a now gray-haired and stooped Sir Edmund Hillary
doesn't care if he really was the first to the top of Mount Everest. (Everest,
Mallory, Hillary and Norgay, mountain climbing, anniversary of historic climb,
matching information, sequencing, scrambled questions, complete the sentences,
comparing pictures, true, false or not given, crossword.)
"Anna, I need your help. I have to explain the
proper use of the word "since". Could you help me on this?"
Warmer - Conversation Strips - Banking
This warmer nicely complements
lessons having to do with everyday or survival English.
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of the week:
"We are what we think. All that we are arises with
our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world."