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Lessons - World Heart Day 2003!
World Heart Day is on 28 September
'03. Don't forget about the featured lessons which help to promote a healthy heart
the featured lessons page here.
English Lesson for World Heart Day!
The SelfAccess lesson
"Fatty Foods Still Too Tempting"
is available for free as part of World Heart Day.
here to go to the free lesson.
Here are this week's
Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate Instant
Workbook - A Fishy Business
Are there plenty more fish in the sea? Maybe
Skills: Answering True, False, Not Given questions and rebuilding a news
Intermediate Instant Lesson - T-Rex: Hunter?
century, the towering Tyrannosaurus Rex has been regarded as a savage killer marauding
unchallenged across the later dinosaur era. But a new exhibition asks whether
the monster meat-eater was instead a lumbering bully which lived on rotting corpses
or used its bulk to rob smaller dinosaurs of their prey. (Tyrannosaurus Rex, dinosaurs,
reading for information, completing a table, summarizing, vocabulary extension,
listen and draw game, general knowledge quiz, participles, writing a poem.)
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Little Cuts Make Big Difference
Canada, which axed thousands of jobs and grounded dozens of planes in its struggle
to stay aloft, has declared war on lemons, limes and fruit juice to squeeze out
a few more dollars in revenues. (Air travel and business, brainstorming, discussion,
understanding the headline, scanning, word hunt, text organization, words with
more than one meaning, multiple choice, 'What Kind Of Person Are You?' quiz, web
Anna Grammar - Modals - Collocations
you teach collocations, particularly at a beginner's level?
- Introduce Yourself With Body Language
This is a different kind of ice-breaker
activity guaranteed to get students laughing: Make up a new 'language'!
here to access this week's new resources.
of the week:
"To understand the heart and mind of a person, look
not at what he has already achieved, but at what he aspires to." - Kahlil