Number one for English language teachers

Everyday life: Feng Shui at home

Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

In this lesson, students describe their bedrooms, learn about Feng Shui and read more tips for other areas of their homes.

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  • Hello jaydun,

    Thank you very much for your positive feedback. We are so pleased this lesson has worked so well for you.

    Best wishes and happy teaching,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Thank you for these materials...
    Used with an intermediate group and much vibrant discussion was prompted overFeng Shui.
    Great hilarity over the beliefs of the Chinese and the bad luck over number 4: after years of a numberlessin my rural village in S of F, I have been awarded with a 4 & another group member has just moved into a no.4 apartment... Thanks again for the originality of the concept! JD

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