ACT mini-lessons: language (senior)

Our ACT mini-lessons for language are designed to help you develop the authentic critical thinking (ACT) skills of your senior students by inviting them to explore the latest events and issues going on in the world. Find out how we define language here.

Faculty members have access to 15 new senior mini-lessons every month, which we add to the site shortly after the publication of the newsletter.

Receive 15 ACT mini-lessons every month exploring the very latest global issues

Members of the site receive 15 mini-lessons every month, which can be used by any teacher to develop authentic critical thinking, link their lessons to contemporary global events, and explore epistemological issues related to their subject. Join us here!

In the meantime, please help yourself to three of our latest mini-lessons (above), which demonstrate how we help learners to go beyond the headlines, and develop a deep understanding of what’s going on the contemporary real-world.

Turn all your teachers into critical thinking teachers!

Our workshops demonstrate to all teachers – whatever their level, programme, or specialisation – how they can develop real-world critical thinking.

They’re engaging, jargon-free, and authentic, and give teachers practical takeaways that they can apply in the classroom, and help their students become nuanced, discerning knowers. Find out more here, and read our workshop brochure here.