Theme: Driving and cars. Attitudes towards cars in city centres. 
Lexical area: Driving and street vocabulary.
Cross curricular links: Social science, environmental studies.

This lesson introduces the topic of driving and ties in with the problem of traffic congestion in city centres. There are opportunities for students to talk about driving and compare the differences between the UK and their country in the process of learning to drive.

A reading text provides information about the congestion charge scheme in place in central London and students have an opportunity to partake in a role play debate considering the option of banning cars from the centre of London.


Topic: Driving and attitudes towards cars in city centres.

Aims:
• To review and learn vocabulary related to cars and driving
• To practise speaking and giving opinions
• To develop reading skills
• To practise giving directions


Age group: 14 - adult


Level: B1 +


Time: 60 minutes


Materials: Driving student worksheet


By: Jo Budden

 

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