Number one for English language teachers


Type: General lesson plan

A lesson plan by Tim Bowen that practises aviation-related vocabulary.

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  • Hi there, I can't seem to access this lesson - keeps going to error page. Could you confirm whether it's been removed or not, as I'd really like to use it!

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  • Hello,
    Sorry to hear that you can't access this page. It has not been removed, so we would recommend clearing your browsing history and trying again as this sometimes solves it.
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  • THANK YOU! Brief, overall, lead-in lesson for Air Traffic Controllers :-) MichaelaT.

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    Thank you very much for your comment. We are really pleased you like this resource.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

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  • Dear Sir
    we want to see some free documents for aviation here to decide to subscription to buy or not.
    best regards

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  • This is a great lesson. Please correct the location of the "rudder" on your airplane diagram. It is number 6 and located on letter "d" not letter "a".

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Aviation English

A specialist handbook that teaches English language communication skills to pilots and air traffic controllers

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