used to
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Life used to be different

General

Use our B1 lesson plan to teach your students how to use the structure of ‘used to’ and compare the school life now and then.

Past Simple revision
B1 / Intermediate
Flipped Lesson 60 min
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The stories of famous entrepreneurs

Business

This lesson plan is perfect for Past Simple revision. Students practise using the tense as well as learn vocabulary related to running a business.

narrative tenses
B1 / Intermediate | B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Narrative tenses – using Past Simple/Continuous/Perfect for storytelling

General

This lesson plan focuses on narrative tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous, and Past Perfect. It can serve as a great revision of these three tenses.

telling stories in English
B1 / Intermediate | B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Be a better storyteller

General

This lesson plan is all about telling stories in English and it might be a great supplement to lesson plans on narrative tenses.

advanced tense review
B2 / Upper Intermediate | C1 / Advanced
Flipped Lesson 60 min
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The story of Frida Kahlo (+ Advanced Tense Review)

General

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!

structures of used to
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Sleep more! Your brain needs it! (+ structures of used to)

General

The lesson plan includes exercises on idioms and fixed phrases connected with sleep, and focuses on different structures of “used to”.

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