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Using an Object for Discussion Practice:
Work with a partner or small group. Both of you choose a different object that you would like to discuss.
Download and print the free worksheet below and get 20+ great ideas for using an object in a discussion class. Let’s get our students talking!
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Ideas for a Fun Discussion Class - FREE Worksheet (Update)
The 2018 FIFA World Cup – Discussion Questions for ESOL Classes!
Are your ESOL and EFL students keen to discuss the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, which begins today? You could use these FREE discussion questions to get the conversation going!
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World Cup 2018 – Discussion Questions for ESOL Classes!
- Tell me about the World Cup.
- What do you like / dislike about it?
- Do you agree that there is too much sport on TV?
- What are the advantages / disadvantages of big events like this?
- Compare four teams.
- Rank four players.
- Invent your own World Cup song.
- Have you ever been to a major sporting event?
- What would happen if the World Cup was cancelled?
- What is the future for world football?
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Here is the original worksheet from Big Grammar Book Intermediate Book 1:
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Here’s the original board plan from the lesson on Tuesday:
Learn to use connected speech like a native speaker with this great video lesson from RealLife English: