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  • Speaking: Murder in the classroom

    General lesson plan | Advanced, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate

    Students take on roles in a murder mystery game and work together to discover the identity and motive of the murderer.

  • Murder mystery: Lesson planPrint material

    General lesson plan | Intermediate, Upper intermediate

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

  • Grammar: Murder mystery

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

  • Speaking: Murder in the classroom: Lesson planPrint material

    General lesson plan | Advanced, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate

    Students take on roles in a murder mystery game and work together to discover the identity and motive of the murderer.

  • Your English: Idioms: crime and the law

    Article

    It's been murder waiting for Tim Bowen's latest instalment of idioms, but it's here now!

  • Phrase of the week: to kick the bucket

    Reference material

    Tim Bowen sheds some light on the origins and definition of the phrase to kick the bucket.

  • Your English: Collocations: bring

    Article

    Tim Bowen brings a smile to our faces with his article on the verb bring and its collocates.

  • Tom Sawyer: Chapter 7: Listening activities and transcript.Staff RoomPrint material

    General lesson plan | Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate

    Listening activities by Adrian Tennant, including the transcript for Chapter 7.

  • Writing: The reporter game: Worksheet 5Print material

    General lesson plan | Intermediate, Upper intermediate

    A game in which students create stories for an imaginary newspaper.

  • Topics: Crime: Intermediate +: Lesson planPrint material

    General lesson plan | Advanced, Intermediate, Upper intermediate

    In this lesson by Adrian Tennant, students will: read short newspaper stories related to crime and match them to the correct headline, complete exercises on the passive voice and topic-specific vocabulary, and listen to a short radio news report.

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