Invite your students to discuss education and future career based on the text “Will it pay off?” from E2.
Practising using statistics as a source of information?
In fact, Norway, for the fifth year in a row, took first prize as the world’s most prosperous country. This is a great source to compare English-speaking countries, or perhaps choose one and compare it with Norway.
- Click on this link http://www.prosperity.com/#!/
- Zoom in on your chosen country on the world map.
- Click “view country profile”, or choose for example “download United States profile” if you wish to print this to your students.
- In groups of two or three let the students compare and contrast two English-speaking countries, or an English-speaking country with Norway. Ask them to take notes of 3-5 issues that strike them as most interesting.
- Share findings in class.
Invite your students to discuss aspects of gender inequality, based on Binah Shah’s text Fix the Men! from E2.
Two successful Norwegians talk about their incentives for learning English. Inspirational? Perhaps.
Globalization and cultural diversity make communicating appropriately with people of different backgrounds a...
Take the time to pay tribute to the bravery of those who fought in the wars by reading the poem “In Flanders Fields”.
This teaching material is ideal for students of Restaurant and Food Processing and can be used on its own, or in...
This teaching material is ideal for students of Design, Arts and Crafts and can be used on its own, or in...
This teaching material can be used as an extension to the listening text “How to Build a Solid House” from SKILLS...
This teaching material is ideal for students of Electricity and Electronics and can be used on its own, or in...
This teaching material can be used on its own or as a supplement to the text “You – A Role Model?” from SKILLS for HO.
This teaching resource aims for students to practise listening through watching music videos and typing in the...
The aim for this teaching resource is for students to explore equality and feminism, and writing a film review.
The aim for this teaching resource is for the students to explore a new city in a fun and creative way.
The aim for this teaching resource is to encourage students to work with vocabulary based on the words in the clouds.
Here are two forms that may help you establish a good dialogue with your student.