For teachers - Working abroad Working Abroad
uses the experiences of real people, both experts and non-experts, to explore some of the cultural and linguistic challenges of living and working in a foreign country - and offers a lot of practical hints and tips to help those who are thinking of taking the plunge. We've created a bank of downloadable classroom worksheets to help you and your students get the most out of the series.
We've also written a list of quick and easy teaching ideas and activities that require little or no preparation, - most of them can be used with almost any part of the series:Teaching ideas (45 K)
We hope you find these worksheets useful - do please send your comments and feedback to us at email@example.com
These worksheets have been written to accompany
specific programmes. Each of them focuses on one or more listening skills.
These worksheets are based around the reading texts related to the different people featured in Working Abroad. Each worksheet focuses on a specific reading sub-skill.
These worksheets provide guidance and practice on writing different types of text. The theme of each writing task centres on an aspect of working abroad.
These speaking activities provide consolidation and practice of the vocabulary, structures and concepts featured in the series.
These worksheets provide explanation and practice of some of the structures which are found in these programmes.
Use these worksheets to recycle and practise key vocabulary from the series.