October was just 🤯🤯🤯 So many things happened:
- creating 8 lesson plans in total in both printable and digital versions 🖥️
- improving our About Us section so now you can see our amazing team 🙏
- working on and testing our new lesson plan format 💡 Coming soon, so stay tuned!
For those of you who might have missed what we’ve recently uploaded to our website, here is a brief summary
October in a Nutshell
We published 8 new worksheets 💪, including:
FREE lesson plan
- When bad means good
Let your students discover different meanings as well as expressions with good and bad and put them into practice while reacting to some real-life situations.
PREMIUM+ lesson plans ($6+)
- Blockchain: there’s more to it than crypto
C1 worksheet for all students that are interested in new technologies.
- The best shindig ever!
With this lesson, your students will watch a video on how to host a party, learn informal party words and engage in a role-play.
- When bad means good
Our free lesson plan with good and bad expressions but available in the e‐lesson plan format perfect for your online classes.
- Kindness means everything (irregular past forms)
The lesson is based on an animated video and will enable your A2 students to revise irregular past forms, practise them by re-telling a story and tell their own stories.
UNLIMITED-only lesson plans ($12)
- Flying business class (conjunctions and prepositions)
Flipped lesson plan for B1 students. They’ll practise conjunctions and prepositions, discover some luxurious airplane cabin features and discuss business trips.
- Do you watch trailers?
A2/B1 worksheet for talking about films based on two funny trailers. One of them is called “Language Lessons” and it’s a comedy/drama with online teaching as the setting 😁
- Is micro living the future?
With this architecture lesson plan your C1/C2 students will learn design and building vocab and engage in a project to design a micro apartment.
- Is art easy to define?
Talk about art with your B1 students and let them share their opinions on art.
We hope you enjoy last month’s materials. Leave some feedback in the comment section under the lesson plan posts or drop us a line.
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