British Art Discussion and Vocabulary Lesson

Sasha84 2017-11-23 12:04:46

This is a lesson aimed at upper-intermediate students (CEFR B2). It will inform the students about famous British art and give them the opportunity to learn about describing art in detail, also learning methods for extending their language. It includes full teacher notes and an answer key, as well as suggested homework. I'd suggest that you use it for students who are interested in art and British culture, although it aims to teach students how to extend their own vocabulary and use more interesting language, as well as explain why they like things in detail. Enjoy!

The present downloadable handout is recommended for at Intermediate (B1) and Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is valuable for consolidating Adjectives in English, and was designed for improving your pupils' Speaking skills. It focuses on the vocabulary topic of Art. The exercises come with a key.
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Upload date: 2017-11-23 12:04:46

Author: Sasha84

from United Kingdom

I am a CELTA-qualified English language teacher with over eight years of experience in three countries. I lived in China and Japan for two and a half years each, so I speak and read Chinese and Japanese. I love teaching English and learning languages. Apart from that, I'm very interested in history, politics, philosophy and music.

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