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celebrate World Teachers Day 2003, English-To-Go in co operation with The Day
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Featured Lessons - Chocolate
week's featured lessons focus on chocolate. Mmmm!
the featured lessons page here.
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World's Largest Lesson 2003
year's World's Largest Lesson will be held during the first week of November.
This year the lesson will be available at these levels: Elementary, Pre-Intermediate,
Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate and Advanced. This means that students of any
level of English can take part in the event. We will tell you how to sign up to
take part in an upcoming newsletter. Please start spreading the word because we
want to get thousands of teachers, students and schools involved!
are this week's new resources:
Elementary Instant Workbook
- The Bus Baby
Listen to the story of this bus lover's ride.
Listening, grammar - adjectives and adverbs.
Elementary Instant Lesson
- In A Crate
A man trying to save a little money, traveled in an air cargo
crate by plane from New York to Texas.
Investigators are now asking him questions
about his trip. (Bizarre stories, deliveries, predicting,
main idea, making questions, ordering events, reading for detail, personal pronouns,
Advanced Instant Lesson - The Harvard School of Love
Over 35? Still looking for Mr. Right? Feeling left on the shelf? Perhaps it is
time to repackage your assets,
take a hard look at your personal brand and
start telemarketing yourself. (Finding suitable marriage partners,
jargon, predicting, understanding the main idea, gap fill, true, false or not
given, used to + base
form and be / get used to + noun or gerund, information
sharing, dating agency activity, discussion.)
Anna Grammar - Adjectives
- '...ed' and '...ing'
Teaching the difference between adjectives ending
in "ing" and adjectives ending in "ed". Includes pattern
Weekly Warmer - Story Telling with Word Cards
This warmer is
a clever way to get all students involved in group story telling.
here to access this week's new resources.
of the week:
"Nothing is more memorable than a smell. One scent
can be unexpected, momentary and fleeting, yet conjure up a childhood summer beside
a lake in the mountains." - Diane Ackerman.