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#MOC2013 have just @ttended a fantasyically hands-on session by Ceri Jones on making the most of the text..s like n now it feels like before we sere doing 30-40% of what we really should have done! some things were familiar, … Continue reading

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a Present Simple/Present continuous picture activity

here is a nice small activity on Present Simple vs Present Continuous for an elementary class, a kind of activity that will help you to refresh the students’ knowledge and once again let them practise (might be good to finalise … Continue reading

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the activity on positive impressions, reviewed

have received a very detailed (and mostly very positive) feedback on an I’m loving it material from  an expert, if you remember I sent it for a review, and have been waiting for a feedback. Going to study it carefully … Continue reading

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Here is a follow-up task for the leadership worksheet. Something you can start the next lesson with, or might use as a short homework. The task is, of course, to match the features to an appropriate style and to comment … 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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