Featured Lessons - Thanksgiving: 27 November
the United States Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November.
This year it is being held on Thursday 27 November. It is a time for family, food
and football. It can also be said to mark the unofficial beginning of the winter
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Workbook - The Fast Life
The transatlantic taxi for the jetset - looking
for the perfect Christmas gift?
Skills: Word classes - looking at suffixes.
Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson - SARS Vaccine
Tests of an anti-SARS vaccine
may start in January 2004, but that would be too late to protect the public if
the killer virus returns this winter, the World Health Organization said. (SARS,
vaccines, understanding the main idea, comprehension, writing questions, summary,
health words, peer dictation, crossword, too + adverb, adjective or much / many.)
Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson - The Fast Life
For celebrity commuters,
Concorde was the ultimate status symbol -- a transatlantic taxi that got you to
New York before you left London. Concorde has retired after 27 years. (Concorde,
air travel, discussion, ranking, brainstorming, scanning, vocabulary in context,
matching information, check your understanding, matching and listening game, functional
language - booking an air ticket, requesting, apologizing, socializing, air travel
vocabulary, jigsaw reading.)
Anna Grammar - 'Must' Tag Questions
I'd like to know if it's possible to make tag questions with must.
Weekly Warmer - Idioms - True and False - Teeth
This warmer about idioms
encourages discussion and should also be a lot of fun! Your students should really
get their teeth into it!
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of the week:
"Not what we say about our blessings, but how we use
them, is the true measure of our thanksgiving."
- W. T. Purkiser.