A gift from English-To-Go
members of English-To-Go we would like to present you with a free SelfAccess membership
for one month. This gifted membership is a token of our thanks for your ongoing
SelfAccess provides interactive, online, self-study learning
tools for English language students. There are more than 100 online lessons in
the library and a new lesson is released weekly. You can use this gifted membership
to explore the lessons and activities available in the library as well gathering
student feedback on the content.
The free membership will expire on 19
October 2003. If you would like a copy of the SelfAccess User Guide to learn how
to get the most out of your membership send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lessons - World Heart Day 2003!
World Heart Day is on 28 September
2003 and this week's featured lessons can be used to educate your students about
the importance of having a healthy heart for life.
the featured lessons page here.
English Lesson for World Heart Day!
The following SelfAccess
lesson is available for free as part of World Heart Day.
Tell your students about it, they can access it from the Internet at any time.
Fatty Foods Still Too Tempting
Diet, health, education
Skills: Answering True, False or Not Given
questions, writing an argumentative Task 2 essay, completing a summary.
Click here to go
to the free lesson
Here are this week's new resources:
Pre-Intermediate Instant Workbook - Tattoo for the Doctor
up to Doctors!
Skills: There are two listening exercises to do and you can
practice using articles.
Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Mystery
A man suffering from amnesia has caused problems for Norwegian police.
They have asked the media to help identify the well-dressed, educated man after
two months of unsuccessful investigations. (Missing persons, amnesia, categorizing
words, listening for ideas, true or false, reading and thinking, class story,
answering questions with short answers and positive and negative forms, Who is
this person? game.)
Intermediate Instant Lesson - Paris Beach
Can you have a beach without the sea? Paris set out to prove you can, importing
sand, palm trees and sunbeds for a repeat of 2002's "Paris-Plage" experiment
that lured over two million sun-worshippers to the concrete-lined banks of the
River Seine. (Leisure, Paris, beaches and summer vacations, survey, predicting,
true, false or not given, comprehension, deducing meaning from context, could
have + past participle, dialogue build.)
Anna Grammar - Modals
Anna answers a question about how to use "would".
Weekly Warmer - Count To 21
This is a great activity for
all ages and a good way to get students more focused.
here to access this week's new resources.
of the week:
"A friend is one who knows you and loves you just
the same." - Elbert Hubbard.