Power posing
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The moment I saw Amy Cuddy’s TED Talk I knew I had to create a lesson on it – it’s such an inspiring speech that I felt everyone should learn about it 馃檪 I’ve been working on the lesson plan … Read More

Clothes idioms
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A new lesson is finally ready – you’ll find a plethora of clothes idioms, a revision of conditionals and a discussion about the responsibilities of a best man – and all that in one printable worksheet! The lesson might be … Read More

Sexist clothes
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Today’s lesson is one of my favourites – since I watched this video I haven’t been able to teach clothes vocabulary in another way. I know that the notion of sexist clothes is a tough one; it might be difficult … Read More

The Jar of Life aka what are your life priorities?
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Today I’d like to share with you an idea of a lesson which I particularly like as it allows students to learn more about themselves and their priorities. I first came across the concept of ‘The Jar of Life’ at … Read More

Gotowa lekcja – ‘Runaway train’
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Ka偶dy cz艂owiek boryka si臋 z r贸偶nymi problemami – nasi uczniowie nie s膮 wyj膮tkiem. Cz臋sto my艣l膮, 偶e nie maj膮 nikogo, komu mog膮 zaufa膰, nie wiedz膮, do kogo mog膮聽zwr贸ci膰 si臋 o pomoc.聽Zdarza si臋, 偶e ich problemy urastaj膮 do niewyobra偶alnych rozmiar贸w, a oni … Read More

Death and happiness
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I bet everyone has already seen this fantastic speech by Steve Jobs, but I encourage you to use one part of it in a lesson about happiness…and death. How can the concept of death help your students make big choices … Read More

American slang vs British slang
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An entertaining video from The Ellen DeGeneres Show will help your students learn new slang expressions! It’s also a great opportunity to use modal verbs for speculation.聽Hope you’ll enjoy it! AIMS: – to practise using modal verbs for speculation – … Read More

Muse ‘Uprising’ – conspiracy theories
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I would like to encourage you to have a lesson with your students about conspiracy theories – it’s a great possibility to help students differentiate between facts and opinions and to teach them how to use reliable sources (if you … Read More