In this lesson, students learn and practise expressing cause and effect, discover new collocations and discuss problems faced by modern teenagers.
In this lesson about anxiety-free news, students learn and practise positive and negative adjectives and reflect on the impact of news stories on our lives.
In this lesson students engage in a discussion about human relationships. They discover synonyms of the word important, watch a video and reflect on the future of face-to-face interaction.
In this lesson inspired by a video about body dysmorphia students revise and practise the different uses of Present Continuous as well as reflect on the influence of beauty filters on teenagers’ lives.
In this lesson plan on LinkedIn students discover how to create a successful professional profile, practise their listening skills and write a LinkedIn profile summary.
Lesson plan on social media based on a video about TikTok. Students will discuss different social media and talk about concerns over the use of them.
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.
This lesson deals with Internet slang words (such as facepalm or FOMO) that are commonly used nowadays and your students should know them.
This cyberbullying lesson plan is perfect both for your teenage ESL learners as well as parents. Learn, watch and discuss with ESL Brains lesson plans!
This reading worksheet looks into the issue of the positive impact of social media on the environment and focuses on reading skills.
This lesson plan deals with the effect of Instagram and Facebook on nature! It focuses on teaching adjectives synonyms used for describing places.
This B2 (upper-intermediate) video lesson plan touches the issue of smartphone addiction and structures for expressing preference.
ESL video lesson plan for B1students that focuses on privacy online and how what we do on the internet leaves a permanent trace.
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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