expressions with good and bad
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 45 min
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When bad means good

General

In this lesson students discover different meanings as well as expressions with good and bad. They also get an opportunity to put them into practice while reacting to some real-life situations.

party people dancing and learning party words and phrases
C1 / Advanced
Standard Lesson 60 min
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The best shindig ever!

General

In this lesson students watch a video on how to host a party, learn and practise some informal party words and phrases and engage in a role-play. (Just a friendly reminder – this is a lesson for adults.)

new words coined
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 45 min
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A glossary of coronaspeak

General

This lesson plan is built around new words coined during the coronavirus pandemic. Students will guess their meanings and have a chance to use them in speaking.

B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 30 min
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Top 10 Internet slang words you need to know

Technology

This lesson deals with Internet slang words (such as facepalm or FOMO) that are commonly used nowadays and your students should know them.

listening comprehension
B1 / Intermediate
Standard Lesson 45 min
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Got a meeting? Take a walk

Business

With our lesson plan, your students will practise listening comprehension, learn new informal phrases and watch an interesting TED talk.

writing text messages
B2 / Upper Intermediate
Standard Lesson 60 min
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Txtng is killing language. JK!!!

General

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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