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speaking lesson about shopping addiction
B2 / Upper Intermediate | C1 / Advanced
Speaking Class 45 min / 60 min
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How does shopping make you feel?

Global Issues Lifestyle

As shopping is part of everyone’s life, this speaking lesson on shopping addiction won’t leave your students indifferent. Discuss whether it is a serious problem, discover hacks on how to control it and dive into how instant gratification works.

C1 / Advanced | C2 / Proficiency
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Social media addiction

Global Issues Lifestyle

Let your students assess the impact of social media and respond critically to a news report. The lesson fosters meaningful discussion!

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C1 / Advanced | C2 / Proficiency
Speaking Class 45 min / 60 min
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Inclusivity in the art world

General Global Issues

This Speaking Class lesson lets students talk about art, inclusivity, and diversity through a variety of activities. Students watch and discuss a video, read a short text, answer questions, and brainstorm ideas. 

ESL lesson on ageing
B2 / Upper Intermediate | C1 / Advanced
Speaking Class 45 min / 60 min
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Ageing: embracing the inevitable

Global Issues

In this ESL lesson on ageing students talk about different aspects of the life of senior citizens. Students discuss mental and physical health, learn about dementia villages by watching a video, and brainstorm ideas.  

C1 / Advanced | C2 / Proficiency
Critical Reading Club 30 min
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Retrofitting – well worth the effort

Global Issues

In this lesson, students talk about the concept of retrofitting and how it helps to achieve net-zero emissions. They also learn and practise some vocabulary from the article. 

lesson about protests
B2 / Upper Intermediate | C1 / Advanced
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Does protest always lead to change?

Global Issues

This lesson includes a lot of speaking practice. Students watch a video about what makes a protest successful and analyse some strategies. 

compound adjectives
C1 / Advanced
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Earth is our only shareholder

Business Global Issues

In this lesson, students learn and practise using compound adjectives. They also discuss corporate misconduct and watch a video about a founder who gave his company away to fight climate change.

lesson about nature
C1 / Advanced
Flipped Lesson 60 min
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Surrounded by trees, with some flowers to smell

Global Issues

In this lesson about nature students talk about a podcast they listened to at home and practise advanced vocabulary related to the natural world. They also discuss the role of nature in their lives. 

speaking activities for advanced students
C1 / Advanced | C2 / Proficiency
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Cultural appropriation

General Global Issues

In this lesson, students watch a video about cultural appropriation in fashion and learn some vocabulary. The lesson also includes lots of speaking activities for advanced students.

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