Thanks to this ESL lesson plan your students will learn some useful vocabulary, study verb patterns and watch a video about tips for working from home.
In this lesson plan students will learn and practise ‘wish’ structures as well as watch a video about the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak.
Teach your students how to make comparisons and talk about the advantages and disadvantages of printed books and e-books. This lesson plan can also be used as a standard lesson plan.
Have some fun and develop your students’ critical thinking skills with our new political cartoon lesson plan based on the work of Patrick Chappatte!
Get your students interested in the life and work of Frida Kahlo and check their knowledge using our interactive video focused on advanced tense review!
With this worksheet, your students will learn some classic movie quotes, use them to practise reporting verbs and do some fun pairwork activity.
Use Vogue 73 Qs interviews to teach your students reported speech with our original lesson plan and discover new facts about their favourite celebrities!
Teach your students advanced passive structures and discover the world of weird conspiracy-thinking and tin-foil hat men.
Use this flipped lesson plan to do conditionals review, teach your students new vocab and practise using new language items orally.
Using this worksheet, you will teach your students some verbs that change their meanings when they are followed by a gerund or an infinitive.
This lesson plan for upper-intermediate students focuses on the topic of retirement and includes verb patterns exercises and a debate point.
This B2 (upper-intermediate) video lesson plan touches the issue of smartphone addiction and structures for expressing preference.
Talk with your students about SpaceX and future of space travel using this ESL lesson plan on making predictions and expressing probability.
Teach your students how to use passive voice to talk about processes and discover how bubble gum is made.
The lesson plan includes exercises on idioms and fixed phrases connected with sleep, and focuses on different structures of “used to”.
The TED Talk that the worksheet is based on touches upon the problem of women’s illiteracy and education. It is a great starting point for the discussion on gender inequality in general and that’s what the lesson is about.
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