LOVELY MEMORIES – THE GENERATION OF GRADUATES 2011 AND THEIR ENGLISH NEWSPAPER ‘WE DID IT OUR WAY’

I have been thinking for a while whether to post another lesson plan or not since I have been piling you all up with load of different materials, concerning different educational issues. Yet, my gut feeling, lovely memories, a great generation of students that I had been teaching for four  years is something that no teacher can forget. Therefore, I decided to add one more sub-page to my site.

This lesson plan was the product of the activity we had been working on during the British Council Project, ‘Connecting Classrooms’. What came out if this ordinary lesson plan was and still is spread around the schools, online or printed for the purpose of different events, different purposes. Am I a proud teacher? Of course. Who wouldn’t be?

The Lesson Plan- my part of the job. Please open the file according to their number that precedes each link. (Although I have uploaded them according to the numbered order, it turned out totally to be totally scattered. Sorry about this! 🙂 ). To make it easier for you and to be able to incorporate the exercises into the presentation, follow the Power Point presentation ‘click buttons’ and exercise titles.

Open this!

Ex.1 newspaperalpha

Ex.5 newspapercross

Stage 2 NEWSPAPERS TYPES AND CONTENTS

Stage 3 NEWSPAPER AND ARTICLE TIPS

01Stage 7 newspaperchoice

03Stage 9 newspaperword

04Stage 10 newspaper5ws

02Stage 8 newspapervocab

13 ANSWER KEY

The product – their part of the job, the generation of graduates, 2011, 19 years old students.

WE DID IT OUR WAY!

englishnewspapersonline.

 

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