Got a Lesson?
Lulu.com, Oct 13, 2008 - 146 pages
Have you ever arrived at a lesson and had no idea what to teach them next? We all have groups that have completed sometimes years of English lessons and we are running out of material in our file. This book is meant to bridge this gap. It covers a diverse collection of discussion topics, many of which there are very few lessons available for, if any. Each lesson has a vocabulary analysis, a brainstorming question, a reading text, a discussion questions and an extended discussion tasks. They are designed with flexible levels from B2 to C1 (European framework) and can easily be adapted to the groups knoweldge of a particular subject. If your experience is similar to mine then this book is an absolute must!
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