This lesson plan is totally British – literally. It focuses on symbols of England such as tea and lets students get familiar with idioms and common phrases based on words that refer to some British objects, phenomena and people.

The lesson plan focuses on colours and how we perceive them in terms of emotions and feelings. Students will also learn a lot of popular colour idioms which they’ll practice by making questions and in a pair-work discussion

This time we give you a worksheet about self-improvement and coaching based on a speech by Svend Brinkmann called "Resisiting the Self-Improvement Craze". The lesson is heavily focused on speaking and teaches fixed phrases connected with self development

The goal of the lesson is to teach students portmanteaus, that is linguistic blends of words. It includes most common blends that might be useful in everyday life.

Unconventional career advice

November 28, 2017 1

LEVEL C1 FOCUS Grammar: Giving advice TIME  approx. 60 min (incl. 6 min video) This Business English lesson plan focuses on career advice. It has been designed for career counselors, but it worked great both with HR people and adult professionals (if you want to do this with young adults without working experience, you must…

B2/C1 Vocabulary: describing graphs 90 mins LESSON OVERVIEW The lesson plan is based on a TED-Ed video titled “How to spot a misleading graph” by Lea Gaslowitz. The aim of the lesson is to teach students vocabulary and structures they can use while describing graphs in English. In addition, thanks to the video, students will…

The lesson plan is based on a short TED-Ed video by Chris Anderson titled “Questions no one knows the answers to”. This time students get a lot of grammar exercises on indirect questions and discuss some daunting questions.

How false news can spread

October 11, 2017 2

B2 Speaking skills 45 min (incl. 4 min video) LESSON OVERVIEW This video lesson plan starts with a short exercise on adjectives which can be used to describe media and news. Firstly, students have to match adjectives underlined in sample sentences with their definitions. Next, students can express their opinions in a short discussion about…