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This is one of four lessons designed to explore the videos produced by the British Council for the birth centenary of Dylan Thomas. In...

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This is one of the four lessons designed to explore the videos produced by the British Council for the birth centenary of Dylan Thomas. The...
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This is one of the four lessons designed to explore the videos produced by the British Council for the birth centenary of Dylan Thomas. In...
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This is one of the four lessons designed to explore the videos produced by the British Council for the birth centenary of Dylan Thomas....

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This unit is designed to explore Dylan Thomas’ autobiographical accounts of his childhood and early years and give learners the...

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This unit is designed to explore Dylan Thomas’ childhood account of a Christmas Day experience and give learners the opportunity to...

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This unit is designed to explore Dylan Thomas’ poems in which the poet explores life experience and nature. It gives students the...

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This unit is designed to explore Dylan Thomas’ poems on the theme of seasons. It gives students the opportunity to explore the language...

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This unit is designed to introduce students to Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood. It gives students the opportunity to explore the language...

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This unit is designed to introduce students to Dylan Thomas in the year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth. It gives...

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The work of Dylan Thomas is meaningful for us in a range of ways. In working with the English language, the writing of Dylan Thomas not...

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Dylan Thomas once noted, late in his all-too-brief life, that “A good poem is a contribution to reality.” Throughout his literary career...

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This unit is designed to introduce students to one of Dylan Thomas’ most celebrated poems. It gives students the opportunity to...

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Dylan Thomas began his now globally recognised career by writing poems. His poetry was published from 1936 until his death in 1953. A...

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This lesson is designed to introduce students to Dylan Thomas’ poems which focus on the theme of death. We recommend you use it with...

  • Level: Upper-intermediate/B2 onwards Time: Approx. 80 min Main aim(s): To improve students’ listening skills To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s): To improve students’ vocabulary rangeTo...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwardsTime: Approx. 90 minMain aim(s): To improve students’ listening skills To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s): To improve students’ vocabulary range To practise using an...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwardsTime: Approx. 80 min Main aim(s): To improve students’ listening skills To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading Subsidiary aim(s):  To introduce/review adverbials of time To...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwards Time: Approx. 90 min Main aim(s):  To improve students’ listening skills To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s): To introduce/review ways of...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwards Time: Approx. 90 min  Main aim(s):  To explore narrative tenses in Dylan Thomas’ prose work To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading  Subsidiary aim(s): To introduce/...
  •  Level: Intermediate/B1 onwards Time: Approx. 60 min Main aim(s): To explore textual elements in Dylan Thomas’ prose workTo engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading Subsidiary aim(s):To work with time markers and time...
  • Level: Upper-intermediate/B2 onwards   Time: Approx. 90 min   Main aim(s): To explore two of Dylan Thomas’ poems To engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading To promote (inter)cultural awareness   Subsidiary aim(s...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwards  Time: Approx. 90 min  Main aim(s): To explore two of Dylan Thomas’ poemsTo engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading Subsidiary aim(s): To help students expand their...
  • Level: Upper-intermediate/B2 onwards Time: Approx. 90 min Main aim(s):To introduce students to one of Dylan Thomas’ most famous prose worksTo engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive readingSubsidiary aim(s):To help students expand...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1+Time: 60 minutes approximatelyMain aims: To introduce students to Dylan Thomas, the man and the poetTo engage students with Thomas’ work and encourage extensive reading Sub aims:To help students to expand their vocabulary,...
  • Under Milk Wood is especially interesting in terms of the teaching and learning of English because it was originally presented as a radio play. As such, the spoken word is its essence. The subtitle of Under Milk Wood is “A Play for Voices”. The...
  • Dylan Marlais Thomas (1914-1953) was a writer of poetry and prose and also of scripts. He is most widely recognised for a number of now globally-celebrated poems, notably Fern Hill, and for a radio play, Under Milk Wood, that was finally realised...
  • Level: Intermediate/B1 onwards Time: Approx. 80 min Main aims: To introduce students to one of Dylan Thomas’ most famous poems To motivate students to engage with poetry To raise students’ awareness of how poets use language Subsidiary aims:...
  • Other poems that are widely considered to be especially moving and stimulating, as well as being vivid examples of written English, are I see the boys of summer, The force that through the green fuse, Especially when the October wind and Altarwise...
  • Focus on the language and ideas in the poems; keep a positive attitude and motivate your students to see this as an opportunity for intercultural exchange. Level: Advanced Age group: Young adult learners, mature learners, literature students Time...