Clean Air Day: I Like Clean Air

This lesson plan is based on the excellent campaign ‘I Like Clean Air’ in which London parents and kids  fight pollution. Students discuss air pollution, listen to a fantastic song created for the campaign, read and analyse a letter by a child requesting a change to improve air quality and learn how to write a letter asking for something to […]

The E-Bike

The E-bike A lesson plan based on a more eco-friendly and city-friendly alternative to the car: the electric bike. While looking at this exciting development, students focus on indirect questions, and do a fact-finding mingle. e-bike-lesson-plan e-bike-PowerPoint

Bike-sharing

It’s got to be one of the best infrastructure developments in cities. Turn up, pay for a bike, ride it to the next drop off point and your there! In terms of reducing pollution, getting fit, and making cities more pleasant places to live, it’s a win win win situation! So next time you do a lesson on travel, or […]

Eco-tourism: Travel by Train

Did you know that taking the train instead of flying is much more environmentally friendly? Travelling by Eurostar creates ten times fewer carbon emissions than flying the same route! Not to mention it’s more fun and you get to see more – it’s the journey, not just the destination, after all! Language teaching course-books rarely focus on this great way […]