Saving the planet (English)

Pišlar, Betka
March 2013
English Teaching Professional;Mar2013, Issue 85, p22
The author discusses that learning English and ecology can go hand in hand. He devised a series of lessons on the topic of ecology to increase his pupil's environmental awareness and at the same time helping them improve their knowledge of English. Activities involved include listening, speaking, vocabulary, and action.


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