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World's Largest Lesson!

26 May 2005!






Nairobi Summit
Leaders of 143 nations that have joined to try and eliminate landmines are meeting in Nairobi, Kenya for the Nairobi Summit on a Mine-Free world from November 29 - December 3. More information here.


Night Of A Thousand Dinners 2004
Well done those who took part in this month's Night of a Thousand Dinners if you didn't, you can still donate at this link: Donate



WLL Moved
With November being such a busy month internationally, English-To-Go.com's World's Largest Lesson has been moved to 26 May 2005.

Clear your schedule for the next World's Largest Lesson!

26 May 2005!


"As Patrons and Goodwill ambassadors of Adopt-A-Minefield we are delighted to support the World's Largest Lesson 2003. Through the World's Largest Lesson thousands of students around the world will become aware of this most important issue and help raise funds to solve the problem."
Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney

What is the World's Largest Lesson?


It is an attempt to get as many teachers and students from around the globe to take an English-To-Go.com Instant Lesson on the topic of Landmines during a particular time.


There have been three World's Largest Lessons, in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Hundreds of thousands of students of all ages in more than 200 countries have participated.


The World's Largest Lesson educates people about landmines.


The continued widespread use of these antipersonnel landmines creates a situation where thousands of people will continue to be killed and maimed in years to come. Landmines are unique weapons that reach into the future to kill civilians years after the conflict that they were used for is over.


Students from any subject area can participate, including English, Geography, History or Social Studies students.


In 2003 the English-To-Go Instant Lesson 'Night of a Thousand Dinners' was taught in over 200 countries as diverse as Oman, Costa Rica, Iceland, and Venezuela.

In 2003, the top five countries with the highest number of participants were:

  • China
  • Vietnam
  • Ukraine
  • Singapore
  • Canada

Feedback from our partner Adopt-A-Minefield is extremely positive. We have helped to increase awareness of this support group's efforts and the continuing campaign to raise funds for mine clearance and survivor assistance. By contributing as little as $2 people can become involved with the worldwide effort to clear landmines.



Institution: Collegio Pio x
Country: Italy


"The lessons were great, my students really enjoyed them (elementary and advanced levels). You are doing a great job!"
Serenella Soldati, Collegio Pio x, Italy

"Great lesson. The students learnt heaps and are now more aware." Angela Tutty, Mountainview High School, New Zealand.




Institution: University of Otago Language Institute.
Country: New Zealand

Institution: Colegio Indoamericano. Country: Mexico City


"We really loved this opportunity. I teach third year university students (English major). It's a sad topic but very interesting. It really provoked a lot of reactions from the students and a lot of conversation and research for a group discussion." Patricia Escalante, University of Costa Rica, Central America.

"The students were really interested in that topic. I was really surprised to find out that they continued investigating about it on their own. Thank you for giving our students the incentive to work harder!" Liliana Donnet, I.P.P.A.I (Instituto Privado Para Aprender Inglés, Argentina


Institution: HBLA Klagenfurt
Country: Austria


"It was a great opportunity to participate in such a lesson." Jose kolenchery, Al Musanna College of Technology, Oman.

"It was a very enthusiastic and sympathetic group, keen to learn, keen to participate and keen to help. We commend you at ETG for using this method to promote the anti-mining movement." Sylvia Lamoureux, St. Joseph Adult Education Centre, Canada.


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