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skills: generation (gap)
vocabulary: family / relations / relatives
skills: identity
skills: parenting
book references (6)
video (1)
audio (1)

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Is it better to have a big or small family? (725)
Six people discuss the question.



Video for familyPage top ↑
Speakout Advanced Unit 1 - family (660)
People in the street answer three questions about family. 1. Do you spend much time with your family? 2. Have you inherited any family characteristics? 3. Does your family history play a part in your sense of who you are?


Book references for familyPage top ↑

General English course books (adults)

Global Upper Intermediate students' book book cover Global Upper Intermediate students' book 
Lindsay Clandfield   Rebecca Robb Benne   
Unit 1 Alive & Well  Page 8   Finding out about your family tree
How to find out about your family tree
Unit 1 Alive & Well  Page 9   Ten questions about your family

New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 
Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 2 Generations  Page 16   Problem parents
Reading text: three young people talk about parents who have embarrassing jobs.

Photocopiable resource books

Intermediate Communication Games book cover Intermediate Communication Games 
Jill Hadfield   
20 - Parent power  Page 20 
Fill in questionnaires ubout upbrining. Find out who had the strictest.

Speaking / listening skills books

Just Listening and Speaking Upper Intermediate book cover Just Listening and Speaking Upper Intermediate 
Jeremy Harmer   Carol Lethaby   
Listening 15 - White teeth  Pages 39 - 40
Extract from the book White Teeth by Zadie Smith.

General English adult course resource packs

Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack book cover Reward Upper-intermediate Resource Pack 
Susan Kay   
2a Family Matters  Page 2 
Mill drill type activity with yes / no questions relating to family

Graded Reading and Listening