a Talking Points lesson for English reading, speaking, vocabulary and writing
This is part of the Talking Points 3 lesson series for Intermediate to Advanced students.
Students cheat in tests and in exams all the time!
Is this acceptable? How strict should schools and colleges be about cheating?
This lesson plan deals with the sensitive subject of cheating. We know that many students do it, but how much of it is considered acceptable and what are the boundaries?
This lesson plan is ideal for all students – be they in middle school, high school or college – as cheating may be very common for them.
You may find that there are many different opinions on the subject of cheating if you use this lesson in your class.
Your students will find this topic highly engaging and all the exercises will be great fun for them. It should definitely create much debate and talking time in your English or ESL class.
The lesson comes complete with:
a 500-word article for reading
a page of reading comprehension questions
a table of essential vocabulary
a page of questions for discussion
Everyone Cheats – an exercise about cheating
a role plays
an exercise about lying
a writing exercise
Start the class with the three opening questions and then do the reading.
Follow that with the reading comprehension questions.
Then you can go through all the vocabulary – or set it as homework for the students to do later.
Then there is a big list of questions that are designed to get your students talking.
After that, you can do all the other exercises in whatever order you wish.
It comes in easy to use PDF format, ideal for printing for your needs. Use it again and again for your English/ESL classes.
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a 15-page complete lesson plan in pdf format ready to use in your class today
- a 15-page complete lesson plan in pdf format ready to use in your class today
- Size1.03 MB
- Length15 pages