Migrant stories

      This activity is based around a website that tells the true stories of some people who migrated to Australia many years ago.

      The activity includes reading as well as listening and viewing skills and your students will need to have access to an internet connected computer, so you could either do the activity in a computer

      Average: 3.8 (21 votes)

      Sitcom activity: review writing

      This latest activity in this series is suitable for intermediate + level students.

      The students read some reviews of popular sitcoms.

      Average: 3.8 (56 votes)

      Loose Change

      The kit is based on the short story of the same name by author Andrea Levy. The story was first published in ‘The Independent on Sunday' and later in the anthology ‘Underwords - The Hidden City' published by Maia Press Limited.

      It concerns a woman, the narrator, seeking change for a ten pound note in the National Portrait Gallery in London who strikes up a reluctant conversation with a young woman whose plight gradually b

      Average: 3.8 (56 votes)

      Helping students organise argument essays

      Rosh Pillay is a South African teacher. She used action research to help her students organise their argument essays and so improve their writing. You might like to try the same solutions she used.

      Once Rosh had decided on the problem of her students' poor performance when writing argument essays, she investigated this problem by analysing her students' writing.

      Average: 4 (13 votes)
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