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Weekly news lesson 402: 21st August 2014: Loneliness: a silent plague that is hurting young people most
For young Britons, loneliness is an epidemic – and they are even more likely to fall victim to its insidious dangers than the elderly.
The emergency activity file is designed to be used in a minor or major emergency!
In the third instalment of the series, Lindsay Clandfield and Duncan Foord offer support in preparing for a job interview, including practical advice, questions you wished you’d asked and, importantly, what NOT to say!
Summer spells sun, surf, sand and, for many teachers, summer schools! So whether you’re teaching a short course or getting ready for a holiday camp, we’ve got a jam-packed resources page to help make sure you’re prepped for the summer ahead!
Take a sneak peek into the daily lives of teachers across the world in the Teachers' diaries section. Our latest diarist is Sue Woodward, who is based in rural France.
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Tim Bowen shows he doesn’t harbour a grudge as he tackles this batch of collocations.
In this lesson, students complete an information-gap activity about Samuel Johnson’s famous dictionary, learn how to be better dictionary users, identify parts of speech and compete in a dictionary quiz.
Students take part in a whole-class role-play to practise using the present perfect, then switching to the past simple.