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Presentation Worksheet [Teacher]

What is an academic presentation? This lecture discusses the key ideas of giving a presentation including referencing, signposting, delivery and rehearsal. Teacher’s notes and 2-page listening worksheet with answers [webpage]. Video [7:00]  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1] 

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Create PPT slides people will remember – Duarte Inc [CEO]

Harvard Business Review: How to plan an informed presentation and what is needed to create really effective slides that keep an audience engaged. More HBR listening worksheets are here [webpage].  Video [03:08] Level: ***** [B2/C1]

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Seminar Speaking cards

This lesson has twelve seminar topics on a variety of topics. Put students into groups of four/five. Give out a card and students have 1 minute to plan what they will say. Students then discuss the question for 10 minutes [webpage]. Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1] 

‘Designer Babies’ Seminar Discussion – 1x listening & 2x texts

This is an academic seminar discussion lesson. Students take notes on a short scientific lecture and two short texts. The students use these notes to take part in a 20 minute academic seminar [webpage].  Level: ***** [B2/C1/C2]  /  Video [05.05]  /

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Independent Learning worksheet

This worksheet is based on four videos. Listen to the videos and take notes. Then use your notes to answer the questions and compare your answers to the key answers [webpage] Videos /  Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1] 

Teamwork Lesson – 1x reading, 1x activity & 1x listening.

This lesson develops an understanding of teamwork. The lesson includes a discussion, a reading on creating a good team, a FUN ‘Marshmallow Challenge’ team-building activity and a short TED Talk lecture worksheet based on the findings [webpage].  Level: ***** [B2/C1/C2]  /  Video [06:44] /  PPT /  

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The C.R.A.A.P Test – a guide to evaluating sources – UoSA

This University of South Australia video explains what is the C.R.A.A.P Test and how to use it to evaluate all types of information. This worksheet helps students to understand what is considered a ‘credible’ source and how to check this using an evaluation tool [webpage].  Level: ***** [B2/C1]  /  Video [03.17]  

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The Academic Journal Peer Review Process – NC State University

This video explains how an academic scholar submits a research paper to a journal publishing company and the full process the article goes through before it is published. This listening and worksheet helps students to understand what is considered a credible source [webpage].  Level: ***** [B2/C1]  /  Video [03.15] 

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Reading Resources

Reading Timeline

A biographical account of British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, CEO of Virgin. Read the text and order the events of his life on the time line sheet provided [webpage]. Words: 731  Level ***** [B1/B2]

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Reading Strategies [Teachers]

Topic: Leadership & Management Styles.Use and practice a variety of reading strategies to understand how to read journal articles efficiently. 5-page worksheet on all reading strategies (scanning, skimming, genre analysis, reading for detail, summaries) & 8-page reading document [webpage].  Level ***** [B2/C1]   AEUK does not own the rights to the Journal: Text Download

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Reading Summary & Response Writing

Topic: The World is Going to University (The Economist, 2015). Two page text (Download from the Economist) – students read text, make notes of key ideas, relevant support & write a 250 word summary.  Then write a 150-word critical response. Lesson includes a plan, outline, main points & support, a model summary and model response [webpage].  Level ***** [B2/C1]  AEUK does not own the rights to the article: Text Download

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Reading Summary & Response Writing

Topic: 100 year study of A.I (Stanford Uni, 2016). Two page text (included) – students read the text, make notes of key ideas, relevant support and write a 250 word summary. Then they write 150-word critical response. Lesson includes a plan, outline, suggested main points and support, a model summary and model response [webpage].  Level ***** [B2/C1]

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Reading Tests AEUK

Reading Test: The path to Brexit.

The text discusses the background history of the EU, its three key treaties and the economics of the EU. It then highlights the dissatisfaction of EU policy in the UK that led to the referendum and then explores the future policies of leaving the EU [webpage].

 

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Reading Test: The causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis

The text discusses the background history of the financial crash through focusing on prime and sub-prime mortgage lending. It then explores the key reasons behind the profitable trading systems of that time, highlighting the collapse and then the following banking regulations that were introduced in 2009/2010 [webpage].

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Reading Test: The Gig Economy

The text discusses the rise of the gig economy and makes an attempt to define exactly what it is. It then highlights key gig companies investigating the importance and limitations of this new contemporary employment platform. Finally, it puts forward the future challenges of the gig economy for employees, employers and society [webpage].

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Reading Test: CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility

The text discusses the popularity of CSR and its historical evolution from the 1950s. It highlights the key values associated with effective CSR policies and examines the key challenges of implementing it. Finally, the author points out that there are still a number of areas that need to be addressed regarding transparency and better legislation [webpage].

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Reading Test: Globalisation: International Trade.

The text defines the key points associated to globalization. It discusses the disparity of progression of trade between countries and highlights the integration of in-ward and out- ward looking policies. It finally points out that three key areas of international globalization are imperative for the economic growth of a country [webpage].

 

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Reading & Writing Summary AEUK

Summary Writing: The path to Brexit.

The text discusses the background history of the EU, its three key treaties and the economics of the EU. It then highlights the dissatisfaction of EU policy in the UK that led to the referendum and then explores the future policies of leaving the EU [webpage]. Summary

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Summary Writing: The causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis

The text discusses the background history of the financial crash through focusing on prime and sub-prime mortgage lending. It then explores the key reasons behind the profitable trading systems of that time, highlighting the collapse and then the following banking regulations that were introduced in 2009/2010 [webpage].

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Summary Writing: The Gig Economy

The text discusses the rise of the gig economy and makes an attempt to define exactly what it is. It then highlights key gig companies investigating the importance and limitations of this new contemporary employment platform. Finally, it puts forward the future challenges of the gig economy for employees, employers and society [webpage].

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Summary Writing: CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility

The text discusses the popularity of CSR and its historical evolution from the 1950s. It highlights the key values associated with effective CSR policies and examines the key challenges of implementing it. Finally, the author points out that there are still a number of areas that need to be addressed regarding transparency and better legislation [webpage].

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Summary Writing: Globalisation: International Trade.

The text defines the key points associated to globalization. It discusses the disparity of progression of trade between countries and highlights the integration of in-ward and out- ward looking policies. It finally points out that three key areas of international globalization are imperative for the economic growth of a country [webpage].

 

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SPSE Reading & Writing Tests

Obesity: Reading lesson

Text discusses what is obesity, the main problems associated with being obese and offers initiatives to help reduce obesity in society. Students read text and identify the SPSE. Extra activity is to research another sustainable energy source, plan and write a SPSE essay. The lesson includes all texts, teacher’s notes, & an outline plan [webpage]Level: ***** [B1/C1] 

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Wind Energy: Reading lesson

The text discusses wind energy in the UK,  the problems of weather fluctuations & suggests other forms of sustainable energy to create a consistent energy source. Students read text & identify the SPSE. Extra activity: research another sustainable energy source, plan & write a SPSE essay. The lesson includes text, teacher’s notes, & an outline plan [webpage Level: ***** [B2/C1]   

 

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Fracking: SPSE Reading & Writing Lesson

Three texts on what is fracking, associated problems with the disposal of fracking waste water mixed with hazardous chemicals and a possible solution using modern technology. Students read three short texts, create an outline & then write an SPSE essay. The lesson includes texts, teacher’s notes, outline plan & model answerLevel: ***** [B2/C1]  / More information  

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Nuclear Power: SPSE Reading & Writing Lesson

Four texts on the construction of HPC Nuclear Power Plant and the associated problems with the company financing it and unreliable nuclear reactor technology. Students read four short texts, create an outline and then write an SPSE essay. The lesson includes all texts, teacher’s notes, an outline plan and model answer. Example Level: ***** [B2/C1]  / More information

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Burj Khalifa: SPSE Reading & Writing Lesson

Three texts on how the Burj Khalifa was built, the problems it encountered in the building and planning stages and what solutions were implemented. Students read three short texts, create an outline and then write an SPSE essay. The lesson includes all texts, teacher’s notes, an outline plan and model answer. Example Level: ***** [B2/C1]   / More information

 

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Writing Resources

 Academic Style: 20 key features to writing 

This lesson brainstorms academic style / formality in writing. Teacher feedbacks using the visual highlighting and explaining the concepts and then there are 10x practice exercises from informal to formal.  Time: 60mins  Example  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1] / Webpage link.  

 

Academic Writing: Useful websites for writing

 Here are some good websites we recommend to our students to use when writing essays or doing written work in class. These sites help with key skills of paraphrasing and summarising. Webpage link

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Error Correction Code: Practice & Answers

Some EAP teachers use an error correction code when marking students’ work. This practice sheet help students identify the mistake and use the correction code to correct it. Webpage link.

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 Error Correction Code 2: Difficult Error correction Practice & Answers

Teachers or students: This is a much harder worksheet of 12 sentences with 3 or 4 mistakes in each sentence. Webpage link 

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Academic Language: Hedging / cautious Language

Teachers or students. A number of exercise to practise using hedging language to demonstrate caution. Webpage link.

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Reading & Research Skills: What is a credible source?

This lesson highlights the key components of identifying credible and reliable resources. It includes a check list on 20 different sources and students have to decide whether these are credible or not? Page link  Level ***** [B1/B2]

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 Credible Sources: The C.R.A.A.P Test – a guide to evaluating sources – UoSA

This University of South Australia video explains what is the C.R.A.A.P Test and how to use it to evaluate all types of information. This worksheet helps students to understand what is considered a ‘credible’ source and how to check this using an evaluation tool. Example. Level: ***** [B2/C1]  /  Video [03.17]  / Webpage link 

 

 

Credible Sources: The Academic Journal Peer Review Process – NC State University

This NC State university video explains how an academic scholar submits a research paper to a journal publishing company and the full process the article goes through before it is published. This listening and worksheet helps students to understand what is considered a credible source and why. Level: ***** [B2/C1]  /  Video [03.15]  / Webpage link

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Referencing: Harvard Referencing Worksheet

Two part worksheet that is a paragraph and reference list.  Students have to put in the correct in-text reference. The second part is a reference list exercise where students have to put the sections in the correct order. A nice lesson to introduce students to referencing and becoming aware of key referencing principles.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  / Webpage link

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Referencing: APA 6th Edition Referencing Worksheet

Two part worksheet that is a paragraph and reference list. Students have to put in the correct in-text reference. The second part is a reference list exercise where students have to put the sections in the correct order. A nice lesson to introduce students to referencing and becoming aware of key referencing principles.  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]   / Webpage link 

 Reporting verbs: worksheet 

 Use the verbs in the box to put into the sentences in the worksheet. Each sentence has a description of the type of verb needed. Check the grammar of the verb too! Web page link.

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Academic Voice: worksheet 

 Sometimes students wonder what is academic stance / voice and find it difficult to identify how it is used. This document provides a clear example of how a writer adds their own voice through language. Webpage link. 

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Paraphrasing Lesson – how to paraphrase effectively!

 It starts by discussing the differences between quotation, paraphrase and summary. It takes students through the basics of identifying key words, finding synonyms and then changing the grammatical structure. There is plenty of practice all with efficient teacher notes. Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]   Webpage link

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Writing a paragraph – using quotes about smoking

Students are given a worksheet with nine quotes taken from The New Scientist, BBC News, The Economist, etc… and choose only three. They use these three quotes to write a paragraph trying to paraphrase the quotes and produce a cohesion piece of writing. Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  /  Webpage link 

 

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Paraphrasing: writing worksheet 

This worksheet provides paraphrasing practice. There are five sentences taken from an academic text and students paraphrase the sentences to keep the same meaning. Includes possible answers. Webpage link. 

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Critical Thinking: questions to support critical reading

This information sheet provides a range of questions that should be applied when reading any academic text. The answers to these question should be then applied in writing. Webpage link.

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Critical Review: Structure information sheet 

This information sheet provides information on how to structure a critical review. It includes the differences between descriptive and evaluative writing. Monash University / Webpage Link.

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Critical Review: Model essay analysis 

This information sheet provides information on  what makes a good critical review. It analyses a sample essay and highlights critical review academic style and conventions. Monash University / Webpage Link.

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Parallelism Worksheet: Free Download

This worksheet provides an explanation of the key concepts of ‘parallelism’ and provides an error correction exercise to practise the key concepts. An awareness of this writing element really helps establish unity and readability in sentence structure. Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1] / Webpage link.  

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Introductions: How to write an academic introduction.

This lesson / worksheet presents the key sections to an academic introduction. It then focuses on highlighting those key sections in three model introductions with particular attention to the thesis (question / topics / stance) and finally finishes with writing an introduction using a range of titles. Example Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1]   / Website link

Thesis Statements: How to write a thesis statement.

This lesson / worksheet presents the key sections to an academic introduction. It focuses on different writing structures using words like however, although, despite and then includes a writing task. Students write three thesis statements using the introduction models. Example Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1]   / Webpage link 

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Reading & Writing Argument: Essay [Mergers & Acquisitions]

Topic: Mergers & Acquisitions. Two short texts (included) – students read the texts, make notes of key arguments,  and write a 400-600 word essay using in-text referencing and paraphrasing. The essay should follow (block / point-to-point structure) more info. Lesson includes teacher notes, outline & a model essay. Example Level ***** [B2/C1] / Webpage link.  

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Topic Sentences – the basics

This lesson takes students through ‘noticing’ how a topic sentence links to development. Then writing topic sentences from the content of paragraph and then writing the paragraph from a topic sentence..  Time: 60mins    Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]   / Webpage link.

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 Linking Words Lesson: Free Download

This lesson provides valuable practice in improving formal linking words. Students start by discussing formal linking words, followed by a kinaesthetic matching activity and finishing with sentence worksheet.  Level: ***** [B1/B2/C1]    / webpage link

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Linking: Cohesion & Coherence Worksheet – AEUK

This worksheet helps to consolidate what is ‘cohesion’ with a focus on pronouns, word forms and summary nouns. It also includes a coherence sheet on key connections and two practice activities. Level: ***** [B2/C1]  / Webpage Link

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Argument Essay Writing (general)

Home Education – Argument essay

 Question: ‘Should parents educate their children at home?’ This is the full lesson from the images above. The essay can be used in a number of different ways – see the lesson plan. Words: 440  Level ***** [C2/B1] / More information

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Advertising

Question: Is advertising a benefit for society? This essay investigates the negatives of a materialistic focused society against the economic benefits of advertising. Words: 550  Level ***** [B1/B2] / More information

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University

Question: Is a university degree worth the cost? This essay investigates the positive of university life and qualifications against high debt and competitive job markets. Words: 633  Level ***** [B1/B2] / More information

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Gun Laws

Question: Should guns be banned? This essay investigates the US 2nd Amendment to bear arms against other  countries where guns have been banned. Words: 700  Level ***** [B1/B2] / More information.

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Sustainable Energy

Question: Can wind energy replace electricity power stations? This essay investigates the problems with wind energy against the economic and polluting problems of traditional energy production. Words: 720  Level ***** [B1/B2] / More information

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Argument Essay Writing (academic)

Mobile phones

Question: Are mobile phones a health risk? This essay investigates the academic research that suggests that mobile phones are safe and unsafe. Sources:6 / Words:550 / Level ***** [B2/C1] / More information

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Climate Change

Question: Is Climate Change a result of human activities? This essay investigates the key research behind Climate Change and the arguments that this research is bias and exaggerated. Sources:7 / Words:680 / Level ***** [B2/C1] / More information

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 Vegetarianism 

Question: Is a vegetarian diet healthier and better for the environment? This essay examines the keys arguments around cruelty, human anatomy and environmental processes. Sources:10 / Words:750 / Level ***** [B2/C1] /  More information 

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Obesity

Question: Is obesity a disease? This essay highlights the key evidence of why obesity is classified as a disease and also argues it is preventable and based on lifestyle choice. Sources:9 / Words:765 / Level ***** [B2/C1] /  More information

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Social Media

Question: Is social media a benefit to society? This essay investigates a variety of key arguments on information sharing, employment and social behaviour. Sources:8 / Words:800 / Level ***** [B2/C1] /  More information

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Academic Grammar

Tense Review (3 exercises – analysis, gap fill, speaking )

This is a great lesson to introduce / revise the English Tense structures. The 1st lesson asks students to dscuss a selection of sentences & identifying the structure / the rule of use. Give out Tense Structure handout (here) to consolidate. The 2nd lesson is tense review gap fill and the 3rd lesson is a speaking with lots of questions using the tense structures [webpage].   Level ***** [B1/B2/C1] 

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Passive Grammar – the basics

This is a worksheet that provides an overview of the basic passive structures, the rules and tense exercises. It also includes a speaking activity. A nice lesson to revise the basic structures and use of the passive [webpage].  Level ***** [B1/B2] / TEACHER MEMBERSHIP

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Academic Passive Structures / Nominalisation

An introduction to the impersonal passive structure ‘it is said that…’ and to infinitive passive form ‘ it is claimed to be…’. Also, how to nominalise verbs to nouns to show formality in writing. This worksheets provides key information and 10 writing questions [webpage]. Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]

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Nominalisation (verbs to nouns)

An introduction to nominalisation. This worksheet shows the basics of nominalising, practices changing verbs to nouns, and includes three exercises from guided through to free practice. Good writing practice activity with a fair amount of challenge for all levels [webpage].  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  

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Hedging Grammar – Cautious language

This is a worksheet provides an overview of hedging language / cautious language and also includes a range of sentences for students to practise using hedging language [webpage].  Level ***** [B1/B2] 

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Academic Vocabulary

Collocation (verbs / adjectives)

Collocation is words that go naturally together. This sheet refers students to use a collocation website (www.ozdic.com) to ensure fluency through the correct use of adjectives and verbs with key nouns [webpage].  Level ***** [B1/B2/C1] 

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Nouns – countable & uncountable

This lesson introduces countable/uncountable nouns. It starts with a matching activity, then goes into a worksheet of identifying common mistakes in quantifiers of uncountable nouns, and finally finishes with a speaking activity [webpage]Level ***** [B1/B2/C1

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Academic Word List Exercise x4

Four Academic Word List gap fill exercises. 10 sentences in each sheet with 10 words to choose from. Words must be put in correct form. Great way to improve awareness of academic words and word formation [webpage] Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  

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Academic Word game – Verbs to Nouns

100 high frequency words taken from the Academic Word List and put into grid. In groups of four, students guess the noun for each verb. The objective is to get as many four-in-in row as possible. This is a fun lesson to improve awareness of academic words and formality [webpage]. Medium Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]

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Academic Word game – Nouns to Adjectives

100 high frequency words taken from the Academic Word List and put into grid. In groups of four, students guess the adjective for each noun. The objective is to get as many four-in-in row as possible. This is a fun lesson to improve awareness of academic words and formality [webpage]. Difficult Level ***** [B2/C1]  

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Academic Word game – Word + preposition

100 high frequency words taken from the Academic Word List and put into grid. In groups of four, students guess the corresponding preposition for each word. The objective is to get as many four-in-in row as possible. This is a fun lesson to improve awareness of academic words and formality [webpage]. medium Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  

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Academic Word game – Word forms [n/v/adj]

100 high frequency words taken from the Academic Word List and put into grid. In groups of four, students guess the correct form (each word in the grid has an acronym of the word to be guessed). The objective is to get as many four-in-in row as possible. This is a fun lesson to improve awareness of academic words and formality [webpage]. Medium Level ***** [B1/B2/C1]  

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Dictogloss #1: Globalisation

What is globalisation? Its effects, the main drivers & four main elements of selling in a globalised market. Key language areas: noun / adjective + preposition + -ing forms / economics terminology Level: ***** [B2/C1]   / More information

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Dictogloss #2: The Gig Economy

What is the Gig Economy?  The five main markets of the economy and the main drivers. Key language areas: noun phrases / formal academic verbsLevel: ***** [B2/C1]   /  More information.

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Dictogloss #3: Fair Trade

What is the Fair Trade? How fair Trade is achieved and the elements it addresses. Key language areas: adjective + noun collocations / Fairtrade terminology. Level: ***** [B2/C1]   /  More information.

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Dictogloss #4: Corporate Social Responsibility [CSR]

The rationale for CSR in companies. Its potential, construction and limitations. Key language areas: would for future / academic words (AWL 2)Level: ***** [B2/C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #5: Human Resource Management [HRM]

Human Resources Management main concerns, engagements and primary responsibilities. Key language areas: verb or noun + preposition / employment terminologyLevel: ***** [B1/B2/C1]   /  More information.

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Education Topics

Dictogloss #6: Academic English

What is academic English? What is generally considered academic English in skills and language. Key language areas: phrases most people agree / academic English terminology. Level: ***** [C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #7: Critical Thinking

The basic history of critical thinking, the main words associated with it and its importance. Key Language: Verb + noun collocations / critical thinking terminologyLevel: ***** [C1]  /  More information.

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General Topics

Dictogloss #8: Climate Change

The general opinion on Climate Change, the causes and the evidence. Key language areas: present tenses / Climate Change terminologyLevel: ***** [B1/B2/C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #9: Food Security

A definition of food security, the main causes and strategies to male food secure. Key language areas: structure language / consequential termsLevel: ***** [B2/C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #10: Evolution

The origins of evolution, its claims and evidence. Includes a note on Creationism. Key language areas: key reporting verbs / evolution terminologyLevel: ***** [B2/C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #11: GMOs [Genetically Modified Organisms]

What are GMOs? How they are created and there main advantages. Key language areas: passive forms / GMO terminologyLevel: ***** [B2/C1]  /  More information.

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Dictogloss #12: Obesity

A definition of obesity, the major risk factors and the fundamental causes. Key language areas: gerunds (ing forms) / obesity terminologyLevel: ***** [B1/B2/C1]   /  More information.

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