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This lesson is based on an a book from the Quick Reads series called ‘Four warned’ and was written Jeffery Archer. The extract of the book that is used in this lesson focuses on a dramatic car chase. Learners have the opportunity to develop their reading, vocabulary and storytelling skills by using both online and classroom-based activities.
This lesson focuses on the use of –ed/-ing adjectives in the context of watching television. Students will practise using the adjectives to talk about their viewing habits.
Neighbours are part of life. We all have experience of neighbours and in most cases this will mean both good and bad. This lesson will explore a range of different relationships and attitudes that can exist between neighbours in the UK through discussion, vocabulary building and arranging a dinner party seating plan.
In a negotiation, it’s very important to know when to speak, when to ask and when to listen. Here students rank and discuss the stages of negotiation, do a reading activity and look at negotiations vocabulary, examine question types, then finish with a role play to practise clarifying, summarising and responding.
This lesson focuses on the use of the past tense of the verb 'to be' with common adjectives and prepositions in the context of subjects at school. Students will practise using the language in speaking and writing tasks.
This lesson is based on a short video, which shows someone going for a job interview. Learners develop their knowledge about applying for jobs and the interview process. They will develop their listening skills, learn new vocabulary, revise the past simple tense as well as take part in a mock job interview.
This lesson is about the five senses. It provides students with practice of vocabulary related to body parts and the five senses, and listening practice of someone describing their favourite sound.