The following reading is for a teenage group, aged 13-16 but I believe it could be used for any ages upwards. The class is currently preparing for a B1 exam. (This is a lower intermediate level.)
Teaching reading can be difficult depending on the students. Some are naturally interested and find reading enjoying, others need more than a little push. Prompted by the “Teach English Now! Second Language Reading, Writing, and Grammar” course I’m doing on Coursera (it’s free so you can also join if you’d like) I was thinking about what kind of texts can we use in the classes, and what kinds I enjoy teaching.
I love it when music talks for me but I also love just talking about music. (Dah!) It’s one of those universal areas where (almost) everyone has an opinion. How they express it, is a different matter.
Continue reading “Express your opinion #atozchallenge”
Just a quick one coz we’re in the middle of those *** mid-term evaluations. l will defo take this to my B2 class. But I think you’ll enjoy it too 😉