All Writing articles – Page 10

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    Consumer hot topics: Problem-solving

    In this lesson plan, students listen to tips for helping someone with an eating disorder, depression or stress. They answer true/false questions and interview their partner on leading a healthy lifestyle.

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    Nutrition: Integrated Skills CLIL Lesson

    You are what you eat. In this lesson, students are encouraged to talk about the kinds of food they eat, and the nutritional value of their diets. The food pyramid is given as a guide for healthy eating. Contains reading, speaking, listening and writing exercises as well as a collaborative ...

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    Introduction to Science: Integrated Skills CLIL Lesson

    This illustrated lesson introduces students to the study of science in English. The first part asks what ’things’ are made of? In the second part, students carry out experiments. Includes vocabulary and listening activities.

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    Computers: Integrated Skills CLIL Lesson

    In this lesson plan, a reading text introduces students to the components of a computer and includes a computer diagram to label and a listening exercise narrates the history of computing. Useful phrases for when talking about computers, effective reading and writing tips, vocabulary builder exercises and three project ideas ...

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    Cause and effect: Geography

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of cause and effect from the area of geography, covering verb phrases, noun phrases and connectors, such as adverbs and conjunctions.

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    The Terror of Blue John Gap: Part 1

    This advanced-level story, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is set in the Peak District, England, in 1902. It tells of how a man uncovers the truth behind the legend of a mysterious monster. It is told in six parts; each part contains audio and an accompanying lesson plan written by ...

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    Art and Drawing: Integrated Skills CLIL Lesson

    This fascinating lesson focuses on perspective: students read an illustrated text on perspective in drawing, followed by true/false and vocabulary exercises. A listening exercise focuses on Claude Monet and Impressionism; a writing exercise gets students to recreate a text on the Parthenon. A pairwork collaborative project gets students to describe ...

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    Things that go!

    Colour the pictures and fill in the blanks to learn about different modes of transport.

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    The media: Types of communication

    In this lesson plan, pupils compare newspapers, magazines, radio, TV and the Internet.

  • Photo of newspapers, a radio  or a magazine to illustrate the concept of media.
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    The media: Communication

    This lesson plan introduces the different types of media as well as expressions of time.

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    Road safety

    This lesson plan reinforces road safety measures using the imperative.

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    People and the economy

    In this lesson plan, pupils learn about different jobs while practising the present simple, singular and plural nouns and prepositions of place.

  • Photo of different means of transport, e.g.: bus, car, bike, etc.
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    Means of transport

    This lesson plan aims to teach the different types of transport and reinforce prepositions such as ’by’ and ’on’.

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    Land transport

    In this lesson plan, pupils learn the history and characteristics of different means of land transport.

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    Communication

    A worksheet and lesson plan to teach about the different modes of communication, from the printing press to the computer.

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    Diet and health

    This lesson plan will help to teach pupils about the building blocks of a healthy diet. Pupils group foods by their food group and practise using ‘there is’ and ‘there are’. The teacher’s notes include suggestions for a fun food game and other follow-up activities to teach about nutrition.

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    Solar energy

    This lesson plan contains code-breaking and other activities to teach the origins and uses of solar energy.

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    The onestopenglish e-book

    To accompany the celebrations for the 10th birthday of onestopenglish, we’ve prepared an e-book with some of our premium resources, hand-picked by our editors across all the content areas of onestopenglish.

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    Summer solstice

    In this lesson plan, pupils match sentence halves, number a series of pictures and identify words hidden in a picture to describe the ways people celebrate the longest day of the year. The worksheet includes fun colouring and drawing exercises and helps pupils practise forming sentences and reading aloud.

  • If possible, a photo of Joaquín Rodrigo. If too hard to find, a photo of different musical instruments.
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    Musical instruments: Joaquin Rodrigo

    In this lesson plan, pupils learn about the different types of musical instruments and one of Spain’s most famous composers, Joaquín Rodrigo.