This resource should take a few hours to deliver and has a mix of reading comprehension, speaking and listening (discussion points), embedded maths and a grammar session on adjectives and comparatives. The topic is the imminent launch of the new £1 coin.I have tried this lesson out on my ESOL class with good results although it would fit school children and entry level FS English learners equally. Some aspects could be missed out or built upon, depending on the group of students.I started off the lesson with a discussion on the coins used in the different countries of the students and we talked about the value of each currency against the £1. Using the first resource sheet, New Quid on the Block, we then talked about the prevalence of counterfeit money which led into the launch of the new coin. Information for the paired activity can be found on the business leaflet.The 'New Quid on the Block' question sheet is based on the Royal Mint advert. There is also an information sheet listing interesting facts on coins which has been produced by the Royal Mint.I have included a sheet entitled 'Changing Dimensions' which introduces the grammar session on adjectives and comparatives. Finally, the word search could be used as the plenary.