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"UPPER-INTERMEDIATE" ADULT READING?

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"UPPER-INTERMEDIATE" ADULT READING?

Unread post by mrbarrett » 17 Feb 2016, 14:16

A straight answer please...

What texts would be suitable for an "upper-intermediate adult lesson on reading?

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Re: "UPPER-INTERMEDIATE" ADULT READING?

Unread post by Susan » 17 Feb 2016, 22:39

What are the objectives of your reading lesson? What age group are the students? You must think of this before choosing a text. Generally, pick text that contains language a little higher than what they can produce orally, just to challenge them.
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Re: "UPPER-INTERMEDIATE" ADULT READING?

Unread post by andrewberlin » 22 Apr 2016, 10:49

What are they interested in? Upper Intermediate students should be able to cope with a lot of real-world texts, find something interesting and use that as a basis for your lesson.

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Re: "UPPER-INTERMEDIATE" ADULT READING?

Unread post by Lola212 » 30 Apr 2016, 20:10

You definitely want to find their interests so that you can keep their attention and interest.

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