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an intermediate worksheet on Mr and Mrs Average

Here is a new worksheet featuring an average UK person, based on a BBC article, and also using some resources in your students’ native language. Includes a lot of speaking and  reading, as well as watching a video. The lesson … Continue reading

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a new intermediate Business English worksheet on careers!

Here is a new worksheet on careers and talking about your work&company based on Siemens career channel videos. *I would say that being based on authentic materials, it’s still aimed at intermediate students, as the people featured in the videos … Continue reading

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A new worksheet on travelling, reading and books!

Publishing a new material to be used in class if you are planning a speaking&reading lesson on travelling, travel experiences, guide books or simply books! The worksheets based on Bill Bryson’s book “Neither here, nor there” include 2 book reviews … Continue reading

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18 ways to educate yourself – lesson plan based on a WordPress post

Here is a lesson plan and a worksheet (along with Teacher’s notes) for an upper-intermediate/ advanced group on the ways of getting yourself more educated. The lesson involves a lot of speaking, reading and listening (watching videos). It’s based on … Continue reading

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Using WordPress posts for higher levels

As this is a WordPress blog, I thought I might start with sharing a WordPress activity for higher levels. I have been reading WordPress Freshly Pressed posts for some time and have constantly been feeling that this could be an … Continue reading

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