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The Secret Garden: Chapter 9

The audio and activities for the ninth chapter of this pre-intermediate-level Macmillan Reader are now available for all Staff Room members. Mary tells Colin the truth about the secret garden and introduces him to Dickon …

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  • Hi Malcolm,

    Thanks for your question. There are lots of ways to make The Secret Garden intereresting for your individual students if you're happy to get involved! For example, in a role-play or discussion task, you could take on the role of Student B. Likewise, often games (such as the hangman game for Chapter 7) are not restricted to larger groups and will work quite well with one-to-one students.

    You might find the tips in our section on one-to-one methodology helpful:

    We hope this is helpful! Does anybody have any further suggestions?

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • I am using the Secret Garden with several of my students, but I teach individually not to a class. I would welcome some advice for delivering this resource one to one.

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