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Freeze frame

Are you tired of preparing lots of handouts and cut-ups? Tired of having to be the one who generates the context for your lesson? Tired of speaking lessons that seem to involve far too much writing? Interested in acting? Hold on, you lost me at ‘acting’. I’m not interested in acting, but I designed the drama-based lesson outlined below with my pre-intermediate (A2+) students, and they loved it. Alan Keenan offers a drama lesson plan to get students speaking.

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