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TOEIC Reading & Listening: Part 7 – Reading comprehension

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This lesson helps students improve their reading speeds, to assist them with Part 7 of the reading section in the TOEIC Reading and Listening test.

This lesson helps students improve their reading speeds, through practice and discussion of reading strategies, to help them with Part 7 of the reading section in the TOEIC Reading and Listening test.

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  • Hi there,

    I would recommend looking at the following areas on the site (just copy and paste the links below):

    News lessons - not specifically for teens but many of these topics would be of interest to older teenagers

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/news-lessons/weekly-topical-news-lessons/

    Webquests - these could be good depending on the time of the year

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/teenagers/topic-based-materials/webquests/

    Beyond - if you open up these lesson plan pdfs, you'll find many have good-sized factual reading texts to use in class.

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/teenagers/beyond/

    Culture news lessons - these are risque topics that your teenagers may be interested in. But be warned the topics are very edgy so only suitable for teens who are mature enough for this. Also some of the articles may be a bit dated but worth a look.

    http://www.onestopenglish.com/teenagers/topic-based-materials/culture/

    You may also want to 'Search by category' which you can find at the top right of the homepage where you can select by age, level and types of resource.

    I hope that's helpful for you.

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  • Where do I look for reading comprehension exercises and answers for teenagers at secondary school level aged 16-17? I cannot seem to find it at this site. All I get are ideas for the reading but not the task itself.
    Eddie J A West

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