After a slumber of nearly a year, it’s time to rewaken (Almost) Infinite ELT Ideas. I’ve been doing my Delta, which you can read about on my other blog. Hope it was worth the wait! 🙂
Marmite is an important part of British culture, and has even led to the expression “It’s a Marmite thing“, meaning you either love it or hate it. In fact, after her death, Margaret Thatcher was described as a Marmite thing by one minister.
Marmite use this idea to good effect in their advertising campaigns. Here are a contrasting pair of TV adverts from 1997:
What would you do with this video/recipe in your classroom? You can make any assumptions you like about the context they are used in. Post your ideas in the comments below. All ideas are welcome (there are no wrong answers!)
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P.S. I am most definitely in the ‘hate’ camp. My aunt once asked me to make Marmite on toast for my cousin, but I failed since the smell on opening the jar was enough to make me leave the kitchen!