This lesson is all about cycling and cycling habits.

Students practise listening skills with a simple drawing dictation to introduce the topic. They then do a cycling survey of their classmates, and have a discussion where they agree or disagree with some statements about cycling. There is a reading task from the British Council’s Trend UK department, which looks at cycling in the UK. There is also a roleplay task set in a bike shot where students have to sell / buy a bike, and finally there is a group task where students design a poster for a ‘Get on your Bike’ campaign.

Aims:
• To practise listening skills
• To practise question formation
• To practise reading skills
• To develop speaking skills

Age group: 12- adult


Level: B1 / B2


Time: 60 minutes


Materials: Cycling student worksheet, Cycling Roleplay cards and lesson plan.

 

 

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Submitted by Edgarfrito on Sat, 08/15/2020 - 06:15

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Hello there my name is Edgar Vasquez.

I am an online English teacher and I was wondering if I could use this material to teach online. I would not be selling the material but I would be using it at some point during my lesson which I do charge for.

Is this ok? can I use it for this purpose?

 

 

 

 

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