Life Begins at 70: a Future Perfect and Future Continuous Lesson. “To me, old age is always ten years older than I am” John Burroughs In this engaging lesson students will consolidate the use of future perfect and future perfect continuous through some engaging activities.
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Some people imagine that the answer involves discovering their passion through a flash of insight, while others think that the key elements of their dream job are that it be easy and highly paid. Labels This Blog Linked From Here.
Conversation lesson: Man who wears all his clothes « Cecilia Nobre ELT Blog. We all want our students to feel motivated to come to our class, right?
The other day I watched the enlightening and inspirational webinar “Motivating the Unmotivated” by Ken Wilson delivered at the British Council. I was particularly sparked by the first activity he used to arouse students’ curiosity with an intriguing image of a man eating a bicycle tire. Images can be so powerful! That set me off to write this very lesson plan. My main aim is to make students curious and keen to discuss the topic and I’ve decided to choose a funny piece of news. The Fun Theory. Fluent LandShoes Vocabulary.
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In North America alone anywhere from 30-40% of perfectly edible food ends up in the trash each year. To put it in perspective that is almost 20 pounds of food per person, per month! While the fact that most ends up in our landfills is bad enough, what's worse is that over 48 million Americans, including 15.3 million kids, live in households that do not have sufficient food! Now, concerned citizens are trying to raise awareness of the issue with some innovative ideas. In New York's Westchester County, students at 18 schools participate in a program called We Future Cycle. Money Matters. You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question. Everybody wants what feels good.
Everyone wants to live a carefree, happy and easy life, to fall in love and have amazing sex and relationships, to look perfect and make money and be popular and well-respected and admired and a total baller to the point that people part like the Red Sea when you walk into the room. Be lucky - it's an easy skill to learn. Take the case of chance opportunities.
Lucky people consistently encounter such opportunities, whereas unlucky people do not. I carried out a simple experiment to discover whether this was due to differences in their ability to spot such opportunities. Dunlosky. Watch Out For Those Selfies, They Can Be Deadlier Than Sharks! Kids News Article.
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Do they ignore the person's plight or rush to help? That is what the folks at Action Productions, a newly established ethically driven creative agency recently tested on the streets of the bustling city. The Incredible (Tree)House That Foster Huntington Calls Home Kids News Article. After bidding farewell to his job as a designer for Ralph Lauren in 2011, Foster Huntington embarked on a nomadic lifestyle, traveling around the country in a Volkswagen Syncro Camper Van.
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, so I typed in GOOD NEWS and found your site… Ahhh! John Longo. New York’s First Micro-Apartments, Prefabricated in Brooklyn. For most single New Yorkers, the tyranny of living in a small space, or worse, a shared space, is all too familiar.
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Does Oscar The Cat Have A Sixth Sense? One Doctor Certainly Thinks So. When the administrators of the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island, adopted six 'therapy' cats from an animal shelter, they had no idea that among them was one that possessed an uncanny sixth sense to predict the impending death of terminally ill patients. Oscar the tabby cat's story begins in 2005, when the newly born kitten was placed on third floor of the nursing center, home to patients that are in the last stages of illnesses like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and cancer. The kitten spent the first year lazing around and watching the bustling activity around him. Then, just before his first birthday, Oscar began visiting each of the 41-patients on the floor regularly, just like the doctors and nurses did. Initially, the hospital staff did not pay much attention to the feline's behavior.
Bangladesh's Ultra-Cool Floating Schools. The Kiss story by Kate Chopin. Kate Chopin was an American author from the end of the 19th century and she wrote very interesting stories. I have taken one of the shorter ones and simplified it for pre-intermediate students. The Kiss is a story about love and money. It is about a girl who has to choose between real love and a lot of money. What will she choose? ADVERT: Even though the story has been simplified there are still some words that may cause problems.
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