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Photographs

What photos have you got on your mobile? Do you keep pictures in your purse or wallet? Have you got a photograph on your identity card? This lesson gives students the chance to talk about their photos and then write a description of a favourite picture.

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Peas!

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook Peas! It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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Tusk Tusk

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook Tusk Tusk. It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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Rain

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook Rain. It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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The Very Busy Spider

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook The Very Busy Spider. It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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Susan Laughs

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook Susan Laughs. It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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What if?

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook What if? It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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Little Beauty

This is a series of activities and related worksheets for you to download and use with the storybook Little Beauty. It forms part of the Promoting diversity through children’s literature series, produced by the British Council Teaching Centre in Paris.

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Storytelling: Carnival crime

Stories are a highly adaptable teaching tool and can be used in a variety of ways to teach a variety of skills.

TeachingEnglish

Shopping - different shops

This lesson reviews vocabulary relating to everyday shopping and introduces different shop names. Students practise speaking and listening using these items in a meaningful context. They then write short sentences about different shops.

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