Month in a nutshell: November 2021

Read to learn what we published on ESL Brains last month and make sure you didn’t miss anything, incl. our new CRC worksheets and a teacher tips article.

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ESL Brains Critical Reading Club is now here!

Some of you might be familiar with our Critical Reading Club (aka CRC). The idea behind it is that students read an article before the class and then discuss its content and share their thoughts in the classroom. Previously, we published posts on our Instagram but now it’s here!

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Six no- and low-prep vocabulary revision tasks which make students think in English

Discover six simple revision ideas you can use at the beginning or end of a lesson to consolidate your students’ knowledge and make them feel more confident about the vocabulary they learn.

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Month in a nutshell: October 2021

October finished just a few days ago! Read to learn what we published on ESL Brains last month and make sure you didn’t miss anything.

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Getting started with ESL Brains e-lesson plans

Learn how to use our e-lesson plans efficiently, as well as discover some differences and similarities between the structure of our worksheets and e-lessons.

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ESL Brains Critical Reading Club

Discover our Critical Reading Club (CRC). Learn how to use it in your classroom and how it can benefit your students.

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Month in a nutshell: September 2021

What a month! September was all about content! Read how many new lesson plans we published, what we talked about in our new blog post and what we changed on ESL Brains.

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How to make the most of group activities in one-to-one classes

Using group activities with one-to-one classes may not seem particularly exciting or even doable for some teachers. Have you ever wondered how to adapt group activities to provide variety, as well as ensuring your one-to-one students enjoy and benefit from them? Read to discover our tips to consider.

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Month in a nutshell: August 2021

Let’s summarise what happened in August: 6 new lesson plans, 2 new authors and 1 cool search feature that makes browsing ESL Brains easier.

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Month in a nutshell: July 2021

Have a look at the summary of what happened on ESL Brains in July: new lessons, a new blog post and a new author.

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5 websites that will take your ESL lessons to the next level

Discover websites that can maximise your students’ learning opportunities and bring a little spark and creativity into the classroom.

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Month in a nutshell: June 2021

June brought 6 new lesson plans in both printable (pdfs) and digitial e-lesson plan formats. See if you haven’t missed any of them! Oh, and check us on Instagram!

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Month in a nutshell: May 2021

Last month, we published 8 new lesson plans in both printable (pdfs) and the digitial e-lesson plan formats. See if you haven’t missed any of them! Oh, and check us on Instagram!

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Month in a nutshell: April 2021

In April, not only did we introduce A2 lessons but we kept on creating advanced lessons plans. This way we published 8 new lessons and not just 6 as usual.

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E-lesson plans look funky today?

If you’re experiencing some text formatting issues in our e-lesson plans, don’t panic there’s a quick fix for it!

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Introducing ESL Brains A2 lesson plans!

The top requested change content-wise by far were low-level (A2) lesson plans. And in the beginning of this year, we decided it’s high time we tried to tackle that.

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Month in a nutshell: March 2021 + Breaking news!

Goodbye March, welcome April! Last month, we were busy creating new worksheets and preparing something brand new for April. And today we can announce it.

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Month in a nutshell: February 2021

Learn what new ESL lessons for online and offline teaching we created in February and check whether you didn’t miss anything useful!

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