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A short history of biology tracks the study of life through the ages, showing our fascination with the living world around us, from the ancient Egyptians to Charles Darwin’s theories and the study of DNA. The second reading text is a letter from a professor of biology, spelling out the ...
A lesson to encourage students to discuss the language used in signs.
Students are often unsure when to use look at, see or watch, and when to use listen to or hear. This lesson plan by Karen Richardson aims to practice this vocabulary in context.
S is for shopping. A comprehensive lesson by Lindsay Clandfield in which students learn 15 new items of vocabulary related to shopping and review phrasal verbs in a shopping role-play.
In this lesson, students will learn the necessary vocabulary for checking in for a flight and navigating airport security.
In this lesson, students will learn essential expressions and vocabulary for common conversations that take place in a clothing store.
In this lesson, students will learn essential phrases and strategies to effectively communicate their ideas.
In these onestopenglish quizzes, you can test your speaking skills and practise distinguishing between British and American English words.
This lesson plan by Kerry Maxwell gives tips and suggestions for using the BuzzWord article on Bitcoin in class.
This article, by Dr Rosamund Moon, takes you through the fascinating world of metaphor and discovers how everyday words and phrases can have deeper, metaphorical meanings.
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