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Featured Lessons - Advertising
that doesn't tell the truth, advertising that does, actors as role models for
advertisements, machines that advertise themselves. This week's featured lessons
look at the confusing world of advertising.
the featured lessons page here.
The new trial lesson looks at rules for writing job
application letters and discrimination in the workplace. There are 8 exercises
Title: Beauty May Have a Price
Jobs, letters, discrimination.
Skills: Writing a letter applying for
a job, word forms, discourse markers of contrast, completing a cloze, matching
Click here to visit
SelfAccess.com and use the new trial lesson.
are this week's new resources:
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
Instant Workbook - Redheads Feel More Pain
Redheaded women may feel less
pain; its in their genes!
Skills: Parts of speech, vocabulary and answering
True, False, Not Given questions.
Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson
- Can't See The Trees
US cities have lost more than 20 percent of their
trees in the past 10 years. This is due mainly to urban sprawl and highway construction.
(Importance of trees, loss of trees in cities, understanding the main idea, crossword,
interpreting a flowchart and transferring information, reading in detail, present
simple, present perfect and past simple tenses, brainstorming.)
Instant Lesson - Something's Cooking for Career Changers
Lisa Poulos loved
the frenetic pace of her job as assistant to a top executive at a Manhattan financial
firm, but she quit her job and enrolled in Manhattan's French Culinary Institute
where she could learn cooking and baking skills. (Cooking, career changes, comprehension,
guessing meanings of words from context, summarizing, food and cooking vocabulary,
bar and line graph work, matching words game, prepositions at and in, reading
Anna Grammar - A 20-Minute Lesson
have to do a 20 minute lesson with a group of 7th/8th graders, on grammar and
Weekly Warmer - Idioms - True and False - Nemo
warmer about idioms encourages discussion and should also be a lot of fun!
here to access this week's new resources.
of the week:
"The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance
of things, but their inward significance."