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  • Teaching tips for green English: exercises

    Posted by on June 28, 2011

    The vocabulary of geography Next in a series of tips for teaching (about) green English. The worksheet includes key vocabulary used in geography, including geographic features, natural disasters and natural resources. In addition to that, exercises help consolidate students’ knowledge of the terms. Geography vocabulary and exercises For further tips for teaching green English, see: […]

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  • Teaching tips for green English: vocabulary

    Posted by on June 21, 2011

    The language of science In this useful article, author Keith Kelly provides a list of typical language used in the area of science. His list includes adjectives, verbs, grammar patterns, phrases and discourse markers. For further tips for teaching green English, see: Tip 1: renewable energy (worksheet) Tip 2: the greenhouse effect (animation) Tip 4: […]

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  • Teaching tips for green English: animation

    Posted by on June 16, 2011

    The greenhouse effect Today’s teaching resource for green English combines an animation and a worksheet which demonstrate to students how excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere leads to the greenhouse effect. What is the Greenhouse Effect? – PowerPoint This presentation of six slides developed in partnership with the Science Museum includes a colourful Flash animation […]

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  • Teaching tips for green English: worksheet

    Posted by on June 13, 2011

    Renewable technologies The first in a series of teaching tips for green English brings you a lesson plan, suitable for intermediate and upper intermediate levels, which provides vocabulary practice and discussion for the topic of renewable energy. In the worksheet, students read about four sources of renewable energy and discuss which they would invest in: […]

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