Another great set of lesson ideas based on news stories from Sean Banville.
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This is a video which explains how to write an essay one step at a time. Very useful for our students.
Here’s a lesson plan for an activity similar to the
‘Pigeon Impossible’ activity I posted last week.
Jamie Keddie (@lessonstream) tweeted at 3:19 PM on Mon, Jan 14, 2013: Speaking activity – ‘Angry monkeys’:
http://t.co/HmAA9kW0 ( https://twitter.com/lessonstream/status/290825575445192704)
I saw this and found it very interesting. I hope you do too.
Winter Pronunciation Camp Reflections Week 4 (Part 1).
I have just come across this blog, which provides worksheets to allow your students to practise grammar while watching segments of movies, and I thought might be useful:
Splendid Speaking gives the reader a wealth of speaking activities designed for the more advanced student.
For an example, click on the following link: