TP Worksheet – Poverty

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A truly global topic for discussion – students will have a lot to say about this. Fluency is practised in Activity 1 with stimulating questions. Vocabulary is expanded in a gap-fill exercise and students’ general knowledge is tested in a true or false quiz. Fluency is further generated through questions such as, “Who should be responsible for reducing poverty in a country – the government, the church or the people themselves?” and “In what ways can rich countries help to reduce poverty in poor countries?”

Talking Point Worksheet – Poverty

Talking Point Teacher’s Notes – Poverty

Written by Liz Regan for Teflnet 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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  • Radhika says:

    Dear Ms. Liz Thank you for the worksheet it has helped me and my students so much.Looking forward for more content from you.

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