Featured Lessons - Universal Children's Day
featured lessons can be used to celebrate Universal Children's Day. In Canada
it is held on 20 November to commemorate the adoption of Declaration on the Rights
of the Child (1959) and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989). The
United Nations' support of this important day has helped to promote the rights
of children from around the world.
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Here are this week's new resources:
Upper-Intermediate Instant Workbook - 24-hour plane delay
pet cost an airline US$95,250.00.
Skills: Listening, vocabulary and grammar
- 8 exercises.
Elementary Instant Lesson - Shopping Kindergarten
German women can now leave their partners at a special kindergarten for men. For
10 euros ($US12), the men get a name tag, two bottles of beer, a hot meal, television
and free games. (Women and men, shopping, quiz, understanding the main idea, mixed
sentences, true or false, reference words, dialogue, using going to and will to
talk about the future, discussion, pair crossword.)
Instant Lesson - The Mummy's Curse
King Tutankhamen's infamous "curse
of the mummy's tomb," supposed to have killed off many of those involved
in the opening of the pharaoh's tomb 80 years ago was a myth, Australian researchers
say. (Ancient Egypt, curses, mummies, archeology, brainstorming, matching sentence
halves, scanning, comprehension, true, false or not given, complete the statements,
past participles, writing an e-mail, role play.)
Anna Grammar -
'Compound Sentence' and 'Complex Sentence'
What is the difference between
'Compound Sentence' and 'Complex Sentence'?
Weekly Warmer - Smells
warmer is a good lead-in to lessons about the five senses and also introduces
scents unique to a particular place.
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of the week:
"Not all who wander are lost." - J. R. R. Tolkien.