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English Timesavers: Newspaper Articles to Get Teenagers Talking

by Peter Dainty (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Product description

A collection of articles from a variety of British newspapers covering themes from environment and war to food and shopping. Stimulating articles range from the light-hearted such as ‘A Valentine card for the dog’ to more complex issues such as globalisation and global warming.

Vocabulary and comprehension activities accompany each article, along with a glossary linked to the text, and a ‘useful language’ box. Great material to get your students discussing the issues of the day!

Upper-Intermediate-Advanced (B2-C1)

The series of photocopiable resource books for English Language Teaching includes cross-cultural lessons, grammar, vocabulary or skill development, games, raps and communicative activities and everyday, practical English. Tried and tested by teachers around the world, these are full of imaginative, lively activities and perfect for introducing, consolidating or practising recently taught structures and lexical sets.

Product Details


English Timesavers





Date published

March 20th, 2006

Other details
  • 88 pages


UK edition


  1. claudia hieber
    on 2 August 2016

    newspaper articles to get teen

    I use "newspaper articles to get students talking" with different young teenager classes in Germany.
    The articles are great and the exploitation exercises very effective. The topics interest the kids and trigger interesting discussions that everyone feels they can participate in. I also find they learn interesting and useful new vocabulary. I recommend it strongly.
    Claudia Schaller-Hieber, Urspringschule, Schelklingen, Germany

    5out of 5

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