Topic: Whistle-blowing (Advanced ESL Lesson Plan)

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Blow the whistle!

Advanced Whistle-blowing ESL News Lesson Plan: Warm-up

1) What was the worst thing you did as a child? Did you get caught?
2) What does it mean if someone is a rat in your language?
3) Have you ever taken a complaint to your boss or the police?
4) What does it mean to blow the whistle?

Topic: Jeffrey Wigand the Whistle-blower


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8 comments on “Topic: Whistle-blowing (Advanced ESL Lesson Plan)

  1. Yeyen Sladden (Posted on 8-8-2011 at 06:28) Reply

    Very good topic. My students likes it very much. Thank you for the idea.

  2. admin (Posted on 8-11-2011 at 02:00) Reply

    Thanks, Yeyen. Where are you teaching? I am teaching an advanced class here in Prague so that’s the main reason I’m making these advanced lessons. I try to make the vocabulary as challenging as possible for them. It’s good to hear that someone else is using the lessons =)

  3. Yahocaun (Posted on 4-5-2012 at 03:03) Reply

    Hello! My name is Frank. I’m engineer.

  4. Teacher Pete (Posted on 6-13-2012 at 23:33) Reply

    Brilliant. I love lessons with a role play, debate or some type of speaking activity at the end. The students seem to love it too!

  5. admin (Posted on 6-13-2012 at 23:47) Reply

    Great Pete. Thanks for the support.

  6. RACHELLE (Posted on 10-4-2013 at 12:08) Reply

    very good, thank you. I’ll be using today in a private 1-1.

  7. Hanna (Posted on 7-21-2014 at 12:18) Reply

    Great topic! My students loved it! Thanks!

  8. sandra Egloff (Posted on 3-5-2017 at 16:02) Reply

    Brillinat topic, goes with a lesson I am doing on ethics. Thank you

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