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Mandela Day

Mandela Day is celebrated every year on 18 July. This integrated skills lesson plan for upper-secondary students looks at Nelson Mandela's life and explores some of themes surrounding South Africa during apartheid.

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Love poems

This lesson is aimed at teenagers and young adults with an English level of A2-B2. Students will work together to practise their creative writing skills.

3.8

Living in the UK

This lesson plan for teachers of teenage and adult students at intermediate level and above is based on the theme of the UK. Students will develop the ability to read and assimilate information from various sources.

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Little Beauty

This lesson plan for teachers of primary students aged 7 to 8 years old at level A1 helps in raising awareness about the complexities of communication. Students will make a class poster based on friendship and differences and give a presentation.

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Litter poem

This lesson plan for teachers of teenage students at Pre-Intermediate level and above is based on the theme of litter. Students will develop their vocabulary and express their ideas on litter in the form of a poem.

4.75

Literature is Great

This lesson plan for teachers of older teenage and adult students level B1 is about literature. Students will develop their skills to speak in long turns.

 

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Life on other planets

This lesson plan for teachers of teenagers at level A2/B1 and above explores the theme of space exploration. Students will learn more about the topic and have a chance to discuss ideas.

4.5

Knowledge is Great

This lesson plan for teachers of older teenagers and adults at level B1 explores the theme of learning and education. Students will develop their use of adjectives to describe feelings.

 

4.1

Kaleidescope - Edinburgh

Kaleidescope is a project that mixes video and original pieces of writing from well-known authors in three capital cities – Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

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Kaleidescope - Cardiff

Kaleidescope is a project that mixes video and original pieces of writing from well-known authors in three capital cities – Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh. The package consists of a piece of poetry or prose, which looks at the city from an insider’s point of view. A simple movie accompanies the writing to help the language learner understand lexical or cultural items that require explanation.

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