The simplest messages are always the most powerful. Can’t wait to show this to my students on Monday. Thanks to Curtis Kelly for passing the video on to friends at facebook.


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  1. Hi Steve,
    Yeah, I love that video too. How on earth did you use it in class? Are your students really proficient language learners and critical thinkers? I’d love to see your lesson plan.
    Cheers!

  2. Was just thinking what Michael said, would love to know how you exploited it. There is a unit of happiness in a textbook that this might tie in nicely with, but can’t remember which textbook for the life of me at the moment. Inside Out??

    Think the top comment might be spam

    TEFLtastic blog- http://www.tefl.net/alexcase

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