Economic Inequality Lesson Book

Economic Inequality

This ‘Economic Inequality’ lesson book includes 6-10 hours of content

  • Exploring the topic and linking personal experience.
  • Creating and writing a definition.
  • Reading a 800-word text with reading test-type questions.

[The reading text focuses on how inequality is measured, social mobility and possible solutions]

  • Identifying the key points in the text and writing a summary.
  • Speaking: Discussing the authors ideas in the text and applying critical thinking.
  • Listening & taking notes to a 10-15 minute lecture – followed by questions. 

[The listening explores unfair wealth distribution, how the past has affected the present & the current debate.]

  • EXTRA: Readin text (offering the opposite view).
  • Speaking in a seminar to discuss and synthesise the content from the reading and lecture.

  Both texts are very engaging and highly motivating.

 

Economic Inequality Lesson PDF Book

AMAZING VALUE – Five lessons in one book. Introduction, definition, reading test & summary writing, 1 x lecture listening, [extra reading text] & seminar / example [TEACHER MEMBERSHIP]

x

Or buy the lessons individually…

Economic Inequality Dictogloss

A dictogloss is a classroom dictation activity where learners are required to construct a short text (3 sentences) by listening and taking notes, which are then used to reconstruct the text. There are many key skills used in this type of lesson; listening, note-taking, communication with other students, grammar and vocabulary development.

 

Dictogloss #17: Economic Inequality 

A definition of Economic Inequality that explains the two key parameters and key terms connected to these. Example  Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1]  /  TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

NEW – NOT in Dictogloss PDF Book
 

+

Video:

Here s the AEUK Video on Economic Inequality:

  

Economic Inequality- Lecture Listening Lesson

This is a lecture on what is economic inequality, how is wealth distributed, how the past has affected the present and the current debate. It includes a video, test questions and PPT (see example).  Level ***** [B2/C1] / Power Point /  Video [10.00]   / MEMBERSHIP 

Economic Inequality Reading Test

 

Reading Test: Economic Inequality.

The text defines economic inequality. It discuses differences in income distribution between the rich and poor, it highlights how inequality is measured and offers a range of solutions to address income inequality. The reading test worksheet tests headings, T/F/NG, short answers, summaries and vocabulary (see ExampleLevel ***** [B2/C1] TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

 
 
 
 

 

Economic Inequality: Summary  Reading & Writing Lesson

The text discusses what is economic inequality and how it is measured. It also discusses the unfairness of wealth distribution between the rich and the poor and suggests possible solutions to address the situation. Students take notes on key idea and write a summary of 200-250 words. The lesson includes a critical thinking worksheet too.  Example. Level ***** [B2/C1] TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

x

Economic Inequality Lesson Book

 

Economic Inequality Lesson PDF Book

AMAZING VALUE – Five lessons in one book. Introduction, definition, reading test & summary writing, 1 x lecture listening, [extra reading text] & seminar / example [TEACHER MEMBERSHIP]

x

More Topic-based lessons

Gig Economy Lesson PDF Book

AMAZING VALUE – Six Lessons in one book. Introduction, definition, reading test, summary writing, Lecture listening & seminar [TEACHER MEMBERSHIP] More information

x

Noise Pollution Lesson PDF Book

AMAZING VALUE – Five lessons in one book. Introduction, definition, reading test, summary writing, lecture listening & seminar [TEACHER MEMBERSHIP] More information

x

Artificial Intelligence Lesson PDF Book

AMAZING VALUE – Five lessons in one book. Introduction, definition, reading & summary writing, 2 x lecture listenings & seminar / example [TEACHER MEMBERSHIP]

x

 

Week 1 Book: Introductionary lessons to EAP

This PDF book provides a number of resources suitable for the first week on an EAP course (Presessional, Foundation, or University English study courses). It includes getting organised ideas, a getting-to-know you activity, classroom questions, essential language revision, and error correction. Example Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP / More information

x

More Blog Articles…

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This