First Conditional
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Waste less (First Conditional)

Global Issues

In this lesson students practise the use of First Conditional, watch a video about grocery shopping and discuss how we can waste less. 

carbon footprint
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Critical Reading Club 30 min
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Why eating locally is not enough

Global Issues

In this worksheet students practise some language related to food’s carbon footprint. They also discuss their food choices and the factors that influence them.

talking about food
A2 / Pre‐Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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The best food is in…

Lifestyle

This lesson plan includes tasks on food-related words and a lot of activities for talking about food. Your students will also watch a video about dishes from different countries and discuss their eating preferences.

sense verbs and adjectives
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Could you live without your sense of smell?

General

In this lesson students practise their listening skills, revise sense verbs and learn to describe objects using sense verbs and adjectives.

lesson about diet and obesity
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Should junk food be taxed?

Global Issues

In this lesson about diet and obesity, students reflect on the factors contributing to the problem of obesity, listen to a news report and learn some words and phrases related to health.

food idioms practice
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Unusual ways of using food

Lifestyle

In this lesson about foodscape design, students practise listening, reflect on unusual ways of using food and learn several food idioms through a series of written and oral exercises.

dinner table phrases
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Are you up for some dessert?

Lifestyle

This lesson plan is based on a video explaining why we always seem to have room for dessert and introduces dinner table phrases for B1 students.

English class project
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 75 min
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How do you like your milk?

Lifestyle

In this lesson, students will learn advanced cooking verbs, discuss different types of milk and do an English class project.

B2 / Upper Intermediate
Flipped Lesson 60 min
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Ditch the lawn!

Lifestyle

In this flipped lesson plan on gardening, students learn a few verbs, watch a video about turning lawns into gardens as well as discover the meanings of some expressions with the word ‘green’.

foreign food names
B1 / Intermediate | B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 45 min
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Easier to eat than pronounce

General

The lesson plan focuses on the pronunciation of foreign food names. Students learn to pronounce such names in American and British English and have some fun.

cooking lesson plan
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Flipped Lesson 60 min
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What is your signature dish? (cooking lesson plan)

Lifestyle

The worksheet is prepared for B2 students and consists of various vocabulary activities that will help them create their own recipes in English.

veganism lesson plan
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Vegan economy

Business Global Issues

With our veganism lesson plan, students will learn new food-related words and expressions, watch a news report and discuss veganism and its pros and cons.

food idioms
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Flipped Lesson 45 min
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Gastrodiplomacy (with food idioms)

Lifestyle

This food lesson plan is prepared for B2 students and it’s about a phenomenon called gastrodiplomacy. Your students will also learn new food idioms and practise using them!

passive voice
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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How is bubble gum made (passive voice)

Grammar Technology

Teach your students how to use passive voice to talk about processes and discover how bubble gum is made.

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