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Title
Reality TV
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
90 minutes
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Description
Reality TV shows make such a good topic for reading and discussion!

Are these kind of shows just junk? Or do your students find them addictive viewing? Find out with this upper-level worksheet.

There's a reading, idiom work, debating, collocations and lots of discussion.

It's great for upper-intermediate and advanced-level students.

 


 

Title
The Psychology of Supermarkets
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Pre-Intermediate+
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Why do we shop at supermarkets? Price and convenience are two reasons, but there might also be more subtle reasons.

This lower-level worksheet looks at some of the psychological tactics that supermarkets use to get us to spend more.

There's a reading, which comprehension questions, practice of gerunds and infinitives plus lots of discussion.

 


 

Title
Identity Theft
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Intermediate / Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
How much do people know about you? Is your private information safe?

Identity theft is a growing problem around the world. This worksheet has reading, vocabulary and discussion exercises. It's a great topic for getting your students talking.

'Identity Theft' is written for higher level students. However, with additional vocabulary assistance, it works well with intermediate level classes.

[Updated July 2008]

 


 

Title
The Mona Lisa
Target Structure
Past Simple Passive
Level
Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This two-page worksheet is a great way to build your students' confidence and accuracy with the Past Simple Passive.

There's a quick quiz on the Mona Lisa, followed by a short reading, and exercises practising the passive.

The worksheet rounds off with some discussion questions.

'The Mona Lisa' can be used in elementary to pre-intermediate level classes.

 


 

Title
Newspaper Headlines
Target Structure
Newspaper English
Level
Intermediate to Advanced upper
Time
40 minutes
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Description
Do you want your students to read more in English? Newspapers can be very off-putting with the complex grammar and vocabulary. This two-page worksheet has mix and match activities, plus a chance for students to write headlines about famous historical events.

There's both an American and British-English version of this worksheet.


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