With this lesson plan students learn some useful language for describing their experience with websites and apps, including synonyms for common adjectives, and watch a video about UX design tactics.
Teach your students some basic functional language for online meetings that they need to know. Later practise that in real-life situations and have some fun watching a comedy sketch.
Our selfie lesson plan focuses on word formation, listening, and language straight from Instagram. All that based on an authentic street interview with New Yorkers.
In this lesson plan, you will talk with your students about FOMO, and its opposite – JOMO, while teaching them various phrasal verbs with ‘out’.
This lesson deals with Internet slang words (such as facepalm or FOMO) that are commonly used nowadays and your students should know them.
Teach your students some Internet language, introduce them to the concept of filter bubbles through our interactive video and engage them in a discussion!
Teach your students about the history of advertising on the Internet using our online advertising lesson plan and explore the future of online ads.
Online shopping or traditional shopping? Teach your Students language for shopping in the 21st century and discuss the future of shopping in the e-commerce world.
This ESL lesson plan touches upon the development of language, especially in terms of SMS. Students will also practise writing text messages in English.
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