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Brief Description: Young learners explore the world of art. By looking at paintings by DaVinci, Monet, and Picasso, students begin to learn how art can represent a painter's world. First, children look and analyze direct representations with DaVinci, then move on to indirect representation with Monet, and, finally, exploring Picasso's distorted representations. Along with the lesson, students get to make their own portraits on paper plates using construction paper.

Jane Willis and Dave Willis – Willis-ELT If you want us to tell you about new lessons as we post them please send us an email. NEW: Three lessons based on written texts at the intermediate level. All of these lessons begin with a prediction task– learners are given clues and are asked to predict the content of a story based on the clues. The lessons then go on to do some detailed language work. Lesson 1: I’ve just jumped off the Empire State Building.

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The 5 Minute Lesson Plan *Updated* 28th October 2014 The 5 Minute Lesson Plan is now available in digital format! This means you can now create quick lesson plans online. Talk2Me English : Online Teacher Toolkit I find it hard to believe that a year has passed since starting my blog. So much has happened this year, I've met so many new and interesting people and have learnt so much. In order to celebrate this one year milestone, I thought I'd try to put together a basic toolkit for online teachers. Earlier this year I wrote a guest post for the British Council's Voices Blog about online teaching and I often receive messages asking for advice about how to get started and where to advertise for students; I'm no expert, but I can share the websites, tools and platforms that I use and find useful. I've created a 'Toolkit for Online Teachers' using Symbaloo, it's divided into 7 categories, each category contains a selection of web pages grouped together with a different coloured background. Click to view the interactive toolkit: Online Teacher Toolkit