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Title
Old But Not Out
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Intermediate +
Time
60 minutes
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Description
The issue of an aging society is a problem in many countries, and makes a good topic for a lesson.

This worksheet has reading, vocabulary work and plenty of discussion.

It's great for intermediate level classes.

 


 

Title
Trading Up
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
This advanced-level reading is the story of someone who managed, through a series of exchanges, to go from a paperclip to a house!

This worksheet has seven different activities, including reading, vocabulary building, and speaking / discussion practice. It's a great way to build your students' vocabulary range and speaking skills.

 


 

Title
Whose language is it anyway?
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Advanced and Upper Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
An estimated two billion people speak English. Yet only 400 million of these people are native speakers. How does this affect English?

This worksheet has vocabulary building, reading, summarizing and discussion practice.

'Whose language is it anyway?' is written for advanced-level students. However, with some additional assistance, it can easily be used in intermediate-level classes.

 


 

Title
Learning English
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Do your students ask you how they can improve their English? This handout takes this common question as its theme.

'Learning English' has seven different exercises. There's a reading, vocabulary work, role-play, collocation practice and discussion.

This worksheet will both help your students with their English, and provide some food for thought. It's great for intermediate-level students, but can be adjusted for classes with differing abilities.

 


 

Title
Minding Your Manners
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper-Int / Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Have people's manners got worse over the last few years? Is it really that important knowing how to use a knife (or chopsticks) correctly?

This worksheet for advanced-level students has a reading, plus vocabulary and discussion questions. What should tourists be careful of when visiting foreign countries, so as not to cause offence? These kinds of questions are a natural follow-on from the text.



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