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Reading lesson plans: Banking

Type: General lesson plan

Jackie McAvoy asks students to think about banking.

Elementary

Skills: Reading skills including matching people with their comments and identifying the advantages and disadvantages of banking. Follow on activities include role-playing a 'time bank' system.

Upper intermediate

Skills: Reading skills including reading the first lines of each paragraph to get the gist of a text and recognizing the role of pronouns. Follow on activities including role-playing a 'barter' system.

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  • Hello,
    I have used your resources on a number of occasions in the classroom and found them to be useful.
    I would like to make a suggestion regarding the way the 'levels' are displayed.
    To make it far clearer, when browsing, I would suggest using a specific colour for each level. This would make locating suitable materials that much easier.

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  • Hello,

    Thank you very much for your comment, we are pleased that you have found our resources to be useful. We think your idea about colour-coding levels is very useful and will certainly be taking it on board when we update our site in the future.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

  • Hi Brillantebella,
    The tasks for the upper-intermediate level text are described in the teacher's notes and do not require a separate worksheet. The elementary level includes a separate worksheet, and that is the extra resource included above.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Upper Intermediate Reading tasks appear to be missing

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