Over 80 READY LESSONS - for interested, busy, tired, new ... all teachers (and learners) to use:
Would you like to get your learners engaged in topics relating to global justice?
Scroll down to select a topic that interests you/your learners and select the ppt lesson (often with teacher notes - this can be edited / adapted to suit your learners) or the pdf version. You can also use the SEARCH feature (top right) to look for a lesson on a particular topic. We create and upload new lessons here regularly. They are divided into levels, accessed by clicking the links below: Pre-Intermediate (CEFR A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper Intermediate (B2) and Advanced (C1).
More teaching ideas at the bottom of the page eg. global justice contexts for grammar presentation and practice, Radical Phonology, quick skills lessons, dictations, staged reading lessons, 1-1s etc. and
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MOST RECENT LESSONS:
SHOULD WE - Intermediate - 2 hrs (from January / February Issue 523) - reading, speaking, language of advice, and writing
EXTINCTION REBELLION - Intermediate - 1.5 hrs (from January / February Issue 523) - reading, speaking, vocabulary, grammar and physical response
WHO OWNS THE SEA? - Intermediate - 2-3 hrs (from September / October Issue 521) - reading, speaking, writing
VEGAN WORLD? - Upper Intermediate/Intermediate - 2-3 hrs (from September/October Issue 521) - speaking, vocabulary, reading, writing, grammar
AND MANY MORE LESSONS - CLICK ON THESE LINKS:
lessons about refugees, smoking and power, languages etc
lessons about food, money, feminism, climate change, gold, Cuba etc.
lessons about democracy, drugs, the organ trade, charities etc.
lessons about fracking, debt, countries, land grabs, world progress etc.
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Or simply use any of the other texts (look up by clicking on each issue or selecting topics that interest you from "categories" in similar ways. These texts are ideal for use with learners of intermediate level or above - they can select their own text and then report back, or in one-to-one lessons (including Skype lessons) - also see:
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