Podcast: 33 Chilean Miners -Lower Level

Mission Accomplished (lower level)

Did you try our Chilean Miner’s lesson with your intermediate or advanced learners? Are you looking for a FREE lesson on the Chilean Miners to use with your lower level English learners? We featured our high intermediate-advanced level lesson in last week’s podcast. A few teachers requested a version for lower level learners. Thank you for asking. We had a new lesson ready for you within 24 hours. This is the beauty of a digital publisher! Today’s recording on the 33 Brave Chilean Miners can be used alone or with ESL-Library’s FREE lesson plan. Over 2000 teachers downloaded these lessons following the amazing day in history when all 33 miners were pulled out alive.

Did you know that one of the miners watched his baby being born from inside the mine? Did you know that each miner took on a special responsibility during the ordeal? The men spent 70 days in the mine, but never gave up hope. Celebrate the miraculous rescue of the 33 Brave Chilean Miners with your class. The lower level lesson contains warm up questions, a reading, vocabulary review activities, a gap-fill, and a group challenge. What 33 things are your learners thankful for? Invite your students to take ESL-Library’s 33 Things Challenge in honor of the brave miners who are now safe and sound. Preview all of ESL-Library’s FREE lesson plans in the Mini Library.

Coming soon…Soul Mates.

Please introduce your students to our FREE podcasts. These can act as a preview to our lessons or as extra listening homework. You can also use our weekly podcast (posted every Wednesday) as a warm up for an online tutoring session. If you like using our podcasts with your English learners, check out iTunes to see which other podcasts our listeners enjoy!

Teachers: Check out #ELTChat podcasts. Last week the ELTchatters (on twitter) discussed shy students and how to measure improvement in speaking. This morning they discussed pronunciation techniques. Tonight’s  topic is dogme. What’s dogme?

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    May 04, 2012 at 12:25 pm

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