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TP Worksheet – Floods

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A lesson on the recurrent global theme of floods. First the students deal with the pronunciation of ‘oo’ in words such as ‘look’, ‘food, and ‘flood’. Students then build their vocabulary through a gap-fill exercise including words and phrases like ‘to burst into floods of tears’ and ‘waterlogged’. Students then have the opportunity to practise the new vocabulary and perfect their pronunciation in a discussion activity which includes questions such as ‘Do you think floods occur more often than in the past?’ and ‘How often do floods happen in your country?’

Talking Point Worksheet – Floods

Talking Point Teacher’s Notes – Floods

Written by Liz Regan for November 2016
Since taking the RSA CELTA Liz has worked for the British Council in Milan, gaining her RSA Diploma there. Apart from working as a freelance in-company language trainer, Liz is also an oral examiner for the Cambridge University Main Suite exams (KET, PET, FCE and CPE) as well as the BEC Preliminary, Vantage and Higher exams. She is a qualified practitioner of NLP (neuro-linguistic programming).

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