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Divorce

A discussion class where students decide who gets what in a divorce, then discuss issues around divorce.

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  • Hello Anonymous,

    Thank you very much for your comment. We are really pleased this worked so well with your class.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Great discussion topic. The whole class really got into the topic.

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  • Excellent! It's fantastic when the whole class really gets into a topic, isn't it?

    Yes I see your point and thanks for sharing that with us. Perhaps teachers reading this could integrate adding extra information as part of the lesson just as you have.

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  • My advanced conversation group loved this lesson that we extended over two double lessons in the end. It really got them talking.
    The only complaint I have is that we felt sometimes more information was necessary to be able to make a decision - e.g. Had they finished paying off the house, how far away was the beach house..... But I let the group decide and we added the information we felt was necessary to what was on the sheet.

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