Number one for English language teachers

Celebrations: Wild Australia

Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this lesson, students will do a quiz about Australia and discuss whether they would like to visit Australia.

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  • Looking at using this activity next week. Just wondered why you used the term "Chief of State of Australia" for question 8? As far as I know, the Queen has always been referred to as the "Head of State".

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  • Hello Kathy,

    Thank you very much for your feedback. We have changed the wording of question 8 on the quiz to 'Head of state'.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

  • Hi there,

    Thanks very much for the feedback. Interestingly enough, wild ostriches do exist in Australia although they are formed of feral populations of birds that escaped from ostrich farms. As you rightly say, they are not indigenous birds so the worksheet has now been changed to include only animals which are native to Australia.

    Glad you enjoyed the lesson and happy Australia Day!

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Nice activity. Just wanted to point out that we don't have ostriches in Australia. They are found in Africa. In Australia the flightless bird is the emu.

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