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    Business Spotlight: What I've learned: 50 Cent

    In this lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, the American rapper 50 Cent talks to the author Robert Greene about his life, career and business decisions.

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    Business Spotlight: Planning the future

    In this lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, two students who study abroad talk about matters that are important to them, such as tuition fees and future job prospects. 

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    Business Spotlight: The art doctor

    In this lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, a businessman talks about his decision to dramatically change his career path and the consequences it had on his life.

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    Business Spotlight: Moving down under

    In this lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, Nerida Frost talks about how she made the move from Germany to New Zealand with her family.

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    Business Spotlight: Making a start

    This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, deals with the stages of kick-off meetings and their importance for the success of new projects.

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    Business Spotlight: The case against self-employment

    This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight magazine, deals with the advantages and disadvantages of having a full-time contract and being self-employed. 

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    Bang, bang!

    This inventive speaking skills lesson by Karen Richardson gives students practice in describing an incident.

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    Hydrogen Power

    Students learn how hydrogen could one day be made and stored as a source of electricity.

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    Fuel Cells

    Show the class how atoms and electrons interact to produce two sources of energy: electricity and water.

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    Biomass Power

    What is biomass and how is it used to make electricity? Does it add to climate change or is it a clean, green source of energy? Find out in this set of resources.

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    Obama's 2008 victory speech

    This comprehensive lesson plan by Rosie McAndrew, available at intermediate and advanced levels, focuses on the final part of Barack Obama's presidential victory speech. Students complete pre- and post-listening activities, including a focus on the literary style of the speech and Internet-based research tasks.

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    Video projects: Buy me, buy me!

    In this instalment of the integrated skills series by Jackie McAvoy, students produce a short video or audio recording of an advertisement.

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    How Wave Power Works

    Teach the class how the energy in waves can be used to generate electricity, and reinforce the present and passive tenses and relative clauses using 'which'.

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    How Solar Power is Produced

    Demonstrate how solar panels can harnass the sun's energy to power anything from calculators to cars.

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    Using Tidal Power to Make Electricity

    Show how this renewable source of energy can be used to power homes while cutting our carbon footprint.

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    Video projects: Painting the school green

    In this instalment of the integrated skills series by Jackie McAvoy, students produce a short video or audio recording of an eco-project for their language school.

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    How Hydro Power is Produced

    Demonstrate how water can be used to generate electricity.

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    How Geothermal Power is Produced

    Show how energy below the earth can be harnessed to produce electricity.

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    The Cold War

    The rivalry between the USSR and the USA dominated international affairs for decades. Students learn the reasons why in this range of CLIL resources.

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    How Nuclear Power is Produced

    Students learn how nuclear power is produced by splitting uranium atoms.