Number one for English language teachers

Beyond: Knowledge: The brain

Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate

In this three-part lesson, students do a quiz about the human brain and test their memories, discover which side of their brain is dominant and find out about Albert Einstein.

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  • Thanks for your lovely feedback!

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  • An interesting and innovative approach to engage in student-centred learning.

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  • Hi Sabrina,

    Thanks for your feedback. Glad to hear that you are intending to use this lesson. We are unable to split the file on the site but we have sent you a personal email with the separated resources attached.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • Awesome activity! Is it possible for you to split the file so as to have the student's worksheet separate from the teacher's? I intend to use it with an online student, and she'd certainly cheat if I sent her the whole file. :-P
    Thanks a lot!

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