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Here are this week's
Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate Instant
Workbook - Could You Mime That?
There is no point shouting at the waiters
in this cafe.
Skills: Listening, colloquial expressions and grammar - prepositions.
Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Breakfast Study
Girls need a more filling
breakfast than boys if they are to do their best in school tests, according to
researchers in Northern Ireland. (Nutrition, importance of breakfast, nutritional
needs of boys and girls, survey, understanding the main idea, matching sentence
beginnings and endings, multiple choice questions, pairwork - talking about meals
and performance in tests, sharing information game, frequency adverbs.)
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - Could You Mime That?
At the Cafe Signes
in Paris, the staff wear beaming smiles, the service is faultless and there is
no yelling from the kitchen. But if you want something to eat or drink, you are
going to have to work out how to mime it -- most of the staff are deaf. (Finding
the main idea, reading for specific information, comprehension, guessing meanings
of words from context, true or false, role play, discussion, collocation.)
Grammar - Two Uses of "to be" + infinitive
In your lesson
about Working Elephants, there is a part in the reading that says: "they
are to have", can you mix the verb to be with other verbs in the infinitive?
Weekly Warmer - Alphabet Vocab
To review and increase students' vocabulary
using an Alphabet Box.
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of the week:
"Peace and friendship with all mankind is our wisest
policy, and I wish we may be permitted to pursue it." - Thomas Jefferson.