Number one for English language teachers

Everyday life: Money talks

Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

In this lesson, students identify old currencies, do a quiz about money and discuss changing currency.

 

If you’re teaching general English, you can use this lesson alongside our Live from London: Money lesson.

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  • Hi lovelytulip,

    Sorry to hear this worksheet wasn't for you - we thought it would be interesting to include the warmer exercise on old currencies, but appreciate it may not be suitable for all classes.

    Did you check out the Live from London 'Money' video linked? That's a video with real Londoners talking about money, which may be of more interest to you. It comes with an accompanying short worksheet. http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/listening/live-from-authentic-interviews/live-from-authentic-video-lessons/live-from-london-money/555979.article

    Our 'Language for...' series also has a lesson on using money when travelling, which might be of interest if you're teaching about international currencies: http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/vocabulary/macmillan-dictionary-resources/language-for/language-for-using-money-when-travelling/556091.article

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  • very outdated - still talking about all the old currencies that went out of circulation 15 years ago - who needs to learn about that?

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