In this lesson, students learn and practise useful language for talking about films and discuss their preferences related to watching films.
In this lesson based on a video about the art of creating sounds students learn some verbs for sounds and put them into practice through a series of creative activities.
In this lesson about the history of the hoodie, your students will discover the origins of this iconic garment (and some others) and learn several adjectives for talking about clothes.
Thanks to this lesson plan on music, students learn adjectives for describing music and watch a video in which musicians talk about emotions music evokes.
In this lesson, students read two short texts about a TV series, The Crown and a panel show, Question Time, learn useful language for agreeing and disagreeing, and have a panel show.
In this lesson plan on hygge, students do a word formation task built around the words such as ambience, cosiness or indulgence, and talk about the concept of hygge.
This lesson plan about Banksy and Maurizio Cattelan deals with controversial art. Students watch 2 videos, discuss some artwork and decide: art or prank!
In this lesson plan students learn advanced TV vocabulary, discuss statistics connected with binge watching and talk about their TV series watching habits.
This ESL lesson plan on films is based on a video review of Pain and Glory. Your student will learn new vocabulary and write a short film review themselves.
This worksheet can supplement lesson plans on art and includes various phrases that more advanced students might use when expressing likes and dislikes.
This ESL graffiti lesson plan is based on a TV report on street art and will encourage your students to learn new vocabulary and discuss this modern art form.
With this worksheet, your students will learn some classic movie quotes, use them to practise reporting verbs and do some fun pairwork activity.
Use our C2 lesson plan to get your students talking about video games and teach them some new vocabulary as well as talk about the impact of video games.
This flipped classroom worksheet is based on a fabulous speech by Sarah Kay on poetry and it is prepared for C1/C2 (advanced) learners.
This lesson plan looks into the tea-drinking habit in the UK and teaches students some useful British idioms and phrases. You must make yourself a cup of tea before this lesson.
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.
The lesson plan is about art and museums. Students have a lot of opportunities to express their likes and dislikes in these areas.
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