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10 ideas for teachers to change the world. No 4. Encourage giving

10 ideas for teachers to change the world. No 4. Encourage giving:

We all know there are so many people out there who need our help and support, and so many charities and organizations that are able to help.
Some ideas to encourage giving into our lessons:

  1. Make lessons on what’s happening in the news for students to discuss how to help
  2. Role play being in a situation of need
  3. Create a ranking activity on which charity is most important (children in need, the local hospital repairs, cancer research…)
  4. Put the logo, URL or live link to charities on your materials
  5. Put posters up in your classroom about local charity projects
  6. Do a lesson on different charities and the difference they make
  7. Talk about a charity you regularly donate to
  8. Start a class help project
  9. Create a peer tutor programme for more able students to help ones falling behind.
  10. Have a charity box in the corner of your classroom and encourage students to put things they don’t need in it

A lesson idea

Here’s some material I adapted from a best-selling course book (New Headway Plus Beginners) to provide a focus on giving – while still keeping intact the language focus of ‘can’.
The title of the reading in the activity is:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010. Page 84.

Which I changed to:

Here’s part of the reading from the activity:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010

Which I changed to:

The end part of the reading in the book is nice:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010

The activity I adapted here would also work with many other structures (should, be going to, will, have to, future continuous…).
It’s a small change that teachers (and course book publishers) can make, but a very worthwhile one. I think.

PS – Please consider sponsoring a child via Plan International:
“Founded over 70 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest children’s development organisations in the world. [Plan works] in 48 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty. Plan works with more than 3,500,000 families and their communities each year.”
http://plan-international.org/what-you-can-do/sponsor-a-child/sponsor

10 ideas for teachers to change the world. No 4. Encourage giving

10 ideas for teachers to change the world. No 4. Encourage giving:

We all know there are so many people out there who need our help and support, and so many charities and organizations that are able to help.
Some ideas to encourage giving into our lessons:

  1. Make lessons on what’s happening in the news for students to discuss how to help
  2. Role play being in a situation of need
  3. Create a ranking activity on which charity is most important (children in need, the local hospital repairs, cancer research…)
  4. Put the logo, URL or live link to charities on your materials
  5. Put posters up in your classroom about local charity projects
  6. Do a lesson on different charities and the difference they make
  7. Talk about a charity you regularly donate to
  8. Start a class help project
  9. Create a peer tutor programme for more able students to help ones falling behind.
  10. Have a charity box in the corner of your classroom and encourage students to put things they don’t need in it

A lesson idea

Here’s some material I adapted from a best-selling course book (New Headway Plus Beginners) to provide a focus on giving – while still keeping intact the language focus of ‘can’.
The title of the reading in the activity is:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010. Page 84.

Which I changed to:

Here’s part of the reading from the activity:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010

Which I changed to:

The end part of the reading in the book is nice:


From New Headway Plus Beginners (John and Liz Soars) OUP, 2010

The activity I adapted here would also work with many other structures (should, be going to, will, have to, future continuous…).
It’s a small change that teachers (and course book publishers) can make, but a very worthwhile one. I think.

PS – Please consider sponsoring a child via Plan International:
“Founded over 70 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest children’s development organisations in the world. [Plan works] in 48 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty. Plan works with more than 3,500,000 families and their communities each year.”
http://plan-international.org/what-you-can-do/sponsor-a-child/sponsor

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