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ESL English Lesson: A visit to Cuba
David Robinson

Today, let’s talk about Cuba. I’m told it’s a fascinating place to see. Now is the time to visit the country before it all changes…

Why? Because on the 17th December 2014 US leader President Obama announced historic changes between the US and Cuba. This includes allowing Americans to travel to the island, overhauls to commerce and lifting internet restrictions. Cuba actually opened up to mass tourism in the early 1990’s. Since then the island has been the preserve of European, Latin Americans and Canadians.

Reading: Students should now read the article aloud, swapping readers every paragraph. Students should look through the article with the teacher. 1) What is the article about? 2) What do you think about the article? 3) Was this an easy or difficult article to understand? 4) Was this a boring or interesting article? 5) Discuss the article. Roleplay. Discussion. Grammar. Etc.

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