Lessons from Nothing: Activities for Language Teaching with Limited Time and Resources

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Cambridge University Press, Jul 9, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 90 pages
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Lessons from Nothing is an invaluable resource for busy teachers everywhere who are looking for easy-to-use activities that do not require extensive facilities or preparation. It is a practical source of around 70 language teaching activities that encourage interaction and co-operation in the classroom. Special features: * activities for immediate use * activities for all ages and levels * clear presentation * no photocopying required.

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Although I believe this book is aimed at TEFL/ESOL I find it a godsend for low ability. I recently moved from a school with very weak pupils in it to a special school and now it gets used even more as ... Read full review

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