The final results from the World’s Largest Lesson are going up on
the English-To-Go website in the next week. You’ll be able to find out the
total number of participants, as well as the number of students who took part.
We will also be announcing the prize winners. Click below to visit the site in
the next week: http://www.english-to-go.com/largest/
New Featured Lessons: Civil Aviation Day –
7 December 2002
We have a selection of lessons and other resources
on aviation in conjunction with Civil Aviation Day on 7 December. Click below
to visit our Featured Lessons page: http://www.english-to-go.com/members/featured_lessons.cfm
Workbook.............."Young Smokers Find a Way"
......................"Smiling Bank Robber"
...................."Do You Want To Save The Planet?"
.........."Free To Speed"
- "use to" and "used to"
Workbook - Upper-Intermediate - "Young Smokers Find A Way
trends. Skills: Listening and graph interpretation exercises.
Lesson - "Smiling Bank Robber"
A man had his two gold teeth
knocked out as he ran into traffic and was hit by a van after robbing a bank,
FBI agents said.
Intermediate Lesson - "Do You Want To Save
Some campaigners insisted on going overland to Marrakesh's
U.N. conference on climate change, not because they are scared of flying, but
because they are worried about what airplanes do to the planet.
Lesson - "Free To Speed"
A computer game company's offer to
pay the speeding fines of all British drivers as part of an advertising promotion
for a new motor racing game has been branded irresponsible and dangerous by the
Anna Grammar - "Confusables - use to and used to"
Anna answers a question about 'used to' and 'use to'.
- "Making a Scene"
This warmer is a fun way for students to
practice their descriptive writing.
the new resources here.
Quote of the week:
"Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm."
- Sir Winston Churchill