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A ghost's guide to London: Lesson plan In this lesson by Luke and James Vyner students will: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Rate this resource 4. Share Readers' comments 25 Lorevad Sun, 19 Aug Report this comment Editor's comments Hello Lorevad, Thank you so much for your feedback.
We are so pleased you are happy with this resource. Best wishes and happy teaching! The onestopenglish team Web Editor Mon, 7 Aug 5: Report this comment sam beeton Mon, 7 Aug 5: Thanks Unsuitable or offensive? Report this comment gazza Fri, 7 Jun 5: Most of them have done their GCSE's so looking forward to doing something a bit more chilled with them.
Report this comment Anonymous Thu, 13 Dec 9: We ended up having lots of discussion about the differences between a British Xmas and those elsewhere. I am waiting for Episode 2 with impatience! Report this comment tinaki Tue, 16 Oct We ran out of time so we didn't do the last speaking activity.
It would be useful if the lesson plan also includes the estimated duration of the lesson this took me about 2 whole teaching hours. Report this comment Anonymous Fri, 28 Sep 9: I was quite skeptical about using this lesson with my university students here in Beijing, but it's really been one of the best lessons that I've done with them for a long time - students were engaged and interested no one was playing on their phones during the whole thingand loved the dialogue writing activity and performances.
Report this comment monsis56 Sat, 30 Jun 0: My students were really engaged with the story and the tasks. I have already recommended it to my colleagues. Thank you very much! We're looking for episode 2!!!
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We hope you like the other episodes too!Currently reigning as Britain's first female Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy is also queen of the dramatic monologue. Duffy's poetry gives voice to society's alienated and ignored in an unstuffy.
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English Literature at the GCSE level can be a difficult subject to revise for. Instead of worrying about this and cramming revision in last minute, start revising early. During your lessons when you analyse poems, write down as many notes as possible! Your own 74%(56). GCSE English - How to write about Poetry (no rating) 0 customer reviews.
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