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Bullying, Boxes  and Billionaires
This month's resources seek to educate, inspire and inform.  The Pre-Intermediate Instant Lesson 'Thinking Outside The Box' looks at a simple but very effective invention, a solar powered cooker, that could improve the lives of billions of people. A Norwegian inventor has come up with a cardboard box cooker that only costs $6 to produce. Students are asked to come up with their own ideas for inventions to help humanity.

Bullying remains a problem for many schools but the latest form of bullying, cyberbullying, is a 24-hour-a-day problem. "With electronic forms of bullying there is no refuge. It is 24/7. It is always online. Even if you turn off your computer you know that web page is up, or that people are spreading this rumor about you. The relentlessness of it is very psychologically devastating." (Upper-Intermediate Instant Lesson: 'Under Attack') Learn more about cyberbullying, how to deal with it and also enter our 'Tips To Stop Bullying' Competition (see below for details).

Warren Buffet, the second richest man in the world, plays bridge with Bill Gates, drinks five cans of Cherry Coke a day, plays the ukulele and and talks to students about business. Elementary students can practice reading personal information about someone, using the present simple tense and asking and answering questions.  (Elementary Instant Lesson: 'Are You A Billionaire?')

We all know, by now, what Swine Flu is but what is influenza?  Our newest weekly warmer ('Find Your Other Half - Influenza') helps intermediate and above students practice their speaking and listening and learn some basic facts about influenza.

This month's competition: Tips To Stop Bullying
Have you any tips to prevent bullying in the classroom or to help create a more supportive learning atmosphere?  Send us your tips and the best email will win 1. a one month's free gold membership (for non-members) to English-to-go.com or 2. a refund of your membership for one month (for ETG members).  Send your tips by email to the following address: Editor@english-to-go.com
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Newest resources in the Teachers’ Room include:

- Are You A Billionaire? Elementary Instant Lesson
Billionaire, Warren Buffet plays the ukulele, drinks cherry cola and talks to students about business. Personal information, present simple, be/have.

-Thinking Outside The Box, Pre-intermediate Instant Lesson
A $6 cardboard box that uses solar power to cook food could help 3 billion poor people cut greenhouse gases. Inventions, global warming and will for future events.
-The Best Place to Live, Intermediate Instant Lesson
Vienna has beaten Zurich to be crowned the place with the best quality of living in an annual survey in which European cities dominated the top 10. Cities and quality of living, ranking, speaking on a given topic.

-Under Attack, Upper Intermediate Instant Lesson
It may affect as many as half of U.S. teenagers...and is so relentless and emotionally devastating that suicide can seem the only answer. Whether it is through emails, instant messaging, cellphones, texting or web sites, cyberbullying is a growing problem.

-Pirates!, Advanced Instant Lesson
Multi-million-dollar super yachts sailing from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean for the summer could be the next high-profile target of Somali pirates, security experts say. Piracy, super yachts, finding errors.

- Find Your Other Half - Influenza, Weekly  Warmer
A speaking activity in which students try to find their partner while learning about influenza.

-"Have & Have Got" - Anna Grammar Worksheet
An elementary grammar worksheet on using have and have got to talk about belongings, relationships, descriptions and illnesses.

-No Medals For Athletes' Families - Pre-Intermediate Instant Workbook
These six exercises talk about life in two families who are involved with sports.

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This month's competition: Tips To Stop Bullying

Win a one month's free gold membership to English-to-go.com! Send your tips to Editor@english-to-go.com




Featured lessons
Click here to access this month's featured lessons to mark World No Tobacco Day (May 31).
Featured Resources include:

- Smoking In The Movies, Intermediate Instant Lesson
  Young children may be influenced to start smoking through exposure to movie characters who smoke. Movie stars as role models, smoking, marketing, verb patterns, 'what would you do?' quiz about lying, expressing opinions.

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-Find Your Other Half - Influenza, Weekly  Warmer
Students try to find their partner while learning about influenza. A speaking warmer that gets students out of their seats.

This month's Point of Interest
This month's Point of Interest is from 'Under Attack', an Upper Intermediate Instant Lesson  on cyberbullying.

'Halligan encourages bystanders, students who are aware of cyberbullying and choose to do nothing, to use the power of peer pressure to stop it.

His message to parents is to speak to their children.

"Make sure you turn that computer off, often, and have a sit-down conversation about what is going on in their lives. Create as much opportunity as you can to allow them to express their feelings and what they might be going through."'Thomson Reuters 2009

 Read the featured story above for our latest competition. Send us your tips on how to stop bullying!

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