Topic: Whistle-blowing (Upper-Intermediate ESL Lesson Plan)

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Whistle-blowing ESL News Lesson Plan: Warm-up

Blow the whistle!

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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4 comments on “Topic: Whistle-blowing (Upper-Intermediate ESL Lesson Plan)

  1. Susy (Posted on 9-6-2011 at 15:37) Reply

    I’m quite pleased with the ifnrmoatoin in this one. TY!

  2. Patricia... (Posted on 9-28-2020 at 11:33) Reply

    Loved, love this topic. Created lots of talking points and my students all had something to contribute during our “conversational” lesson. The on-line version was equally as great and FAB as the printable version.
    Many thanks. I know it was an older lesson but thoroughly enjoyable.
    WELL DONE for putting this together and most appreciated with only a couple of hours to spare before my lesson. No adaption needed. BRILLIANT.
    THANKS AGAIN…

  3. Stratvat (Posted on 3-9-2021 at 10:25) Reply

    Vera good. O like a lot

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