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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

May Topic: Sleep!


May 12th is International Fatigue Syndrome Day. This day is set aside to recognize the fact that sometimes life can make us feel tired and worn-out. It is also a day to create an awareness on how sleeping problems and disorders can lead to serious health issues. Your ESL students might find this to be a familiar and interesting topic to discuss as they can talk about their own sleeping problems, habits and routines!  >>>

Download the ESL MADE EASY
"Let's Talk About......Sleep" worksheet.
Student-centred reading and conversation lesson plan!
Great for multi-level classes or one on one teaching!
 

RECOMMENDED LINKS FOR ESL STUDENTS AROUND THE TOPIC OF SLEEP:


Test your students on sleep and sleep disorder knowledge. Take the quizzes here.

3 comments:

  1. Excellent material, which can be adapted, for any level (both ESL/EFL) in variety of ways!

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  2. Excellent material, which can be adapted, for any level (both ESL/EFL) in variety of ways!

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