It’s halfway through the summer again, a time when I coordinate 4-week general English programs (amongst other language learning courses) and the woes we all face have crept up on me like a bull in a China shop. Year after year, you’d think I’d have mastered solutions to the cries of students who […]
Section C – Writing: Bulleted Lists
Duration: 60 minutes
Goals: Ss become able to created bulleted series using parallel structure.
Note: This section of the lesson builds on the previous three sections and is not segregated from them.
(S /S – S – S) Give Ss the Continue Reading →
SECTION B – Critical Reading: Analogy
Duration: 30 minutes
Goals: Enable students to examine and understand text written in an analogous way
After introducing the theme of politics and election-related vocabulary from part A, let’s set up two lessons (1. critical reading using […]
Creating your own material can be a lot of work, but what can result from it is a customised lesson to a context you and your students both enjoy, one that can cover the target language you want to cover and a reusable resource for future classes. Over the next several posts, we’ll demonstrate this […]