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      Using images is a complete set of resources for low-level and high-level students which combine photos and audio to help get your students activating their higher level thinking skills, as well as improve their exam-level listening and speaking skills. Each pack contains teacher's notes, student worksheets, audio and images.

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      Escape 3 (lower level)

      Escape #3 is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topic of unusual gifts, famous places and a particular focus on London. Students will practise their speaking skills, in particular using language to make and justify choices. They will also practise using language to make predictions.

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      Escape 3 (higher level)

      Escape #3 is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topic of travel with a specific focus on speaking and listening skills. Students will discuss famous monuments from their home country and abroad.

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      One nation under CCTV (lower level)

      One nation under CCTV is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of art and street art. The focus is on developing students' ability to speculate about an image, listen for specific information and summary writing skills.

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      One nation under CCTV (higher level)

      One nation under CCTV is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of art and street art. The focus is on developing students' ability to speculate about an image, listen for specific information and summary writing skills.

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      Stairway to nowhere (lower level)

      Stairway to nowhere is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of day trips and unexplained sights. The focus is on developing students' reading skills and listening for specific information.

      Stairway to nowhere
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      Stairway to nowhere (higher level)

      Stairway to nowhere is a complete set of teaching resources designed around an interesting and unusual photograph with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of day trips and unexplained sights. The focus is on forming written questions and listening for specific information.

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      Summer love (lower level)

      Summer love is a complete set of teaching resources designed around interesting and unusual photographs with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of holidays, love and change, and incorporates a focus on story-writing and speaking skills, as well as listening for gist and specific information.

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      Summer love (higher level)

      Summer love is a complete set of teaching resources designed around interesting and unusual photographs with activities to activate your students' higher level critical thinking skills.

      This pack looks at the topics of holidays, love and change, and incorporates a focus on story-writing and speaking skills, as well as listening for gist and specific information.

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