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    Jokes and humour for teaching English

    I like using jokes and humour with my classes - and the students like it too, of course. There's a photocopiable book called "Lessons with Laughter" published by Thomson, and I've found a website called, which has grammar and vocab exercises to back up the jokes, but does anybody know of any other joke-based teaching resources?

    And how do you use jokes in a way which is more than just reading the joke with the class? Sometimes I think it would be nice to extend it with some sort of communicative activity based on the joke, but I haven't been able to think of anything.
    Last edited by Clare James; 25-Feb-2009 at 20:55. Reason: spelling mistake!


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