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Featured Lessons - Ozone Day 2003!
Our new featured lessons focus on the environment. Use these to get your students involved in saving the planet as part of Ozone Day - 16 September 2003!
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Free Online English Lesson for Ozone Day!
The following SelfAccess lesson is available for free as part of Ozone Day. Tell your students about it, they can access it from the Internet at any time.

Science on Global Warming - Factbox
Topic:
The environment, international responsibility, global warming.
Skills: Selecting headings for paragraphs, listening for meaning and specific information, scanning for specific information, organising ideas for an argumentative Task 2 essay.

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Here are this week's new resources:

Upper-Intermediate Instant Workbook - Mirrors Not Required
Exercise and the gym.
Skills: Vocabulary about sports and grammar - prepositions. There are 2 exercises to do.

Elementary Instant Lesson -Animal Phones
The sweet song of a bird, the roar of a lion or the grunt of a hippo could soon replace the beeping of Britain's mobile phones. (New services for mobile phones, matching pictures and words, split reading, tell someone about an article, matching information, reading for detail, discussion, what am I? game, understanding and drawing a cartoon, the present continuous tense, crossword - animals.)

Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Mirrors Not Required
Wall-to-wall mirrors in gyms and dance studios might stop women getting the exercise they need because women who work out in front of a mirror get discouraged and feel tired, Canadian researchers said. (Exercise and body image, Find Someone Who game, categorizing words, writing questions, crossword, completing sentences, true, false or not given, role play, discussion, group design project, superlative adjectives.)

Anna Grammar - Prepositions: "to me" or "for me" for opinion?
When do we use the prepositional phrases "to me" and "for me" for statements of opinion? Is there any difference between the two?

Weekly Warmer - Idioms - True and False - Pigs and Hogs
This warmer about idioms encourages discussion and should also be a lot of fun!

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Quote of the week:
"The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the office." Robert Frost.


Have a great week teaching!
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