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Today's Top Teaching Tips!... "Dealing with a particularly lazy student"
Instant Workbook............. "Lottery Court Case"
* Intermediate Lesson.......... "I Want
To Be Alone"
* Advanced Lesson.............. "Pacific Islands Sinking"
Anna Grammar................. "Nouns - countable"
* Weekly Warmer................
"List and Listen"
* The Last Word................ "Truth in
Today's Top Teaching Tips!
- Try these tips when dealing with a particularly lazy student.
* Pair with
conscientious students in joint projects, which need reporting back. Lazy student
* Check... Does the student have specific learning problems?
Discuss individual goals. Make a written contract, with clear,self-determined,
mutually agreed rewards for achievement. Have the student sign it.
Instant Workbook - Intermediate Level "Lottery
Winning and losing?
Skills: Word order - Ordering
5 sentences about the court case.
Pre-Intermediate Lesson - "AK-47"
Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47 rifle, said he was proud of developing the
rifle but wishes he'd designed something to help people instead - like a lawnmower.
(Weaponry; inventions; discussion; word order; reading for detail; the structure
"I wish I had..."; crossword.) Available from 18 September 2002
Lesson - "I Want To Be Alone"
More than 200 years after they
went out of fashion in Britain, professional hermits are back in the job market.
(Hermits; the advantages and disadvantages of living alone; predicting from the
headline; comprehension; true, false or not given; discussion; present perfect
and simple past tenses.) Available from 18 September 2002
Lesson - "Pacific Islands Sinking"
Pacific Island nations, most
at risk of sinking beneath rising sea levels, chided the United States for not
signing the Kyoto Protocol and urged big aid donor Australia to do more to cut
greenhouse gas emissions. (Kyoto Protocol, sinking Pacific Islands and climate
change, comprehension, true, false or not given, vocabulary, discussion.) Available
from 18 September 2002
Anna Grammar - "Nouns - countable"
from Germany emailed Anna about categorizing countable and uncountable nouns.
Available from 18 September 2002
Weekly Warmer - "List and Listen"
warmer is a fun and competitive way to review vocabulary. It also encourages students
to think 'outside the square'. Available from 18 September 2002
here to get the new resources.
Word - "Truth in Advertising..."
advertise 'Home-cooked meals', the fast food shop was named "The Home"!