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Do this fun set of activities with your students to discover the fascinating truth about art theft.
Use this communicative activity to get your students talking about Easter, spring, and spending time with your family.
Use this communicative activity to get your students talking about diversity, equality, and inclusion.
Use this fun activity to get your students talking about love, relationships and all things related.
Get your students talking about their plans for the new year, next weekend, or an upcoming holiday.
Use this fun worksheet to get your students talking about their plans and hopes for the new year.
Play with your students with this set of vocabulary game cards full of delicious dishes. Bon appetit!
Teenagers often do not feel comfortable using English in the English classroom because they feel self-conscious doing so. One way to help them deal with this is to introduce different ‘masks’ for them to hide behind.
Reasons why teenagers may be reluctant to speak English in class and solutions to help students overcome this problem.
Songs can be a good starting point for a discussion or a presentation.
Visualisation is a tool you can use to help stimulate students’ imagination, encourage them to speak to each other and as a preparation for writing.
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