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Grammar: Murder mystery

Simon Mumford’s sinister winning lesson serves up a healthy dose of intrigue in order to revise the past tenses.  

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  • good materials to teach.

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  • A lovely fun lesson, only flaw is that if someone shoots himself then the gun is clearly next to the body! So Inspector Simpson is a poor cop.

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  • really good - students really enjoyed this after teaching past tenses in previous lessons. Great way to test what I had already taught them - without using a traditional test format.

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  • great idea

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