Number one for English language teachers

Speaking: Presenting convincing arguments

Gabrielle Jones wins the lesson share competition with a useful lesson on how to formulate convincing arguments and give structured opinions when debating a topic.

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  • We're really glad it worked well for you, Lizzie!

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  • Thank you for a fantastic lesson plan , Gabrielle. I tried this lesson with a new group of advanced students to break the ice and our class really warmed up and some firey opinions were exchanged, i absolutely love your lesson plan.

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  • Hello Mr. Walker,

    Thank you very much! We are glad you are finding this resource useful. It is always good to hear that teachers are able to use our resources successfully.

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  • I think that this is an excellent worksheet. I have adapted it slightly to work with some small groups with advanced english.
    george Walker

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  • This is a very good lesson plan, thank you very much for it. Only thing that I would change is - the length of the lesson - it says in the plan 60 minutes, but I was not able to finish it under 90 minutes.

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