We have two new lesson plans this month for primary and secondary pupils. Each lesson provides a series of fun and engaging challenges designed to help students become more autonomous and develop their dictionary skills.
 

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Download five new lesson plans from our Using images teaching resources for low-level and high-level students. Each plan combines photos from ELTPics with audio and teacher's notes to help get your students activating their higher level thinking skills.

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Hi Anthony - all done: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/teachingenglish-bloggers-0 read comment
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Hi Kara Thank you for your positive comments about the lesson plan and activities! The story fits... read comment
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I really like the way you integrate active learning by having the students find the answers, check... read comment
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September blog topics 2014
Hi everyoneWelcome back if you've been on vacation! We hope you've had a relaxing and restful time...
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Lizzie Pinard - First class advice
First classes. Continuing with the new academic year theme, we want to know what activities you've...
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Ceri Jones - Three things for a first class
For a few years now I've been experimenting with sharing lesson summaries with my classes and here...
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