Month in a nutshell: September 2021

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What a month! September was all about content! Let’s take a quick look at things that happened last month:

  • creating 8 🤯 lesson plans in total in both printable and digital versions 🖥️
  • writing a new blog post on how to make the most of group activities in one-to-one classes 📌
  • improving the website🖥️ – this time we modified the top menu to give you an easier way to access lesson categories and levels. We’re also working on a more accurate and user-friendly search engine to help you find the lesson plans you need faster (coming soon).

For those of you who might have missed what we’ve recently uploaded to our website, here is a brief summary: 

September in a Nutshell

We published 8 new worksheets 💪, including:

FREE lesson plan

  • What is your dream home?
    Make students talk about their dream homes, revise vocabulary for describing homes and put it into practice through various speaking activities.

PREMIUM+ lesson plans ($6+)

UNLIMITED-only lesson plans ($12)

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.

BTW, if you still don’t have access to our premium content, subscribe to one of our plans. You can unlock up to ~250 lesson plans and worksheets (and also flipped lesson plans) including ~250 e-lessons plans for teaching online.


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  1. John Arce

    Dear Brains Team,
    I just wanted to send all of you a great big THANK YOU for your efforts and great materials. I am a very satisfied customer and more than happy to support you on a monthly basis. Keep up the good work!
    Your materials have greatly assisted me in providing interesting and useful lessons for my students during this crazy Covid period. My home office teaching has been a big success due to your materials and my extra efforts. My students and I really enjoy how interactive the lessons often become.
    I think you do a great job but if I could make one request it would be to have a strong section of practical business skills and business language based lessons. Companies pay for my students lessons. It’s always great when you can help your students make great progress with their business English. Companies love to see it and see the value in supporting the lessons. Whatever you could do to strengthen this part of your enterprise would be appreciated. I think many teachers would benefit from it.
    Thanks again and cheers from Prague,
    John Arce

    1. Stan

      Thanks for this awesome feedback, John! We really appreciate having you as one of our subscribers. I will reach out to you personally to talk about the Business English needs you have to see what lessons we might create in the future.

  2. manon beland

    I am a freelancer online teacher, esl brains new member. I just wanted to tell you how helpful and well made your lessons are laid out. It’s perfect!

    I agree with John Arce, In suggesting a stronger Business English skills section. most of my adult students work in upper managementt, for example I have a client that works as a Senior Auditor (vocabulary/expression /numbers), another student works in Art and culture as a manager (managing/promoting ticket sales) for some of the biggest international venues around.

    Today I was delighted with the Startups lesson. I am glad one of my students could enjoy such a well made lesson.
    We loved it!

    1. manon beland

      Cheers from Italy!

    2. Stan

      Welcome to ESL Brains! Glad to have you here. Obviously, I’d recommend checking all our Business English lessons first. And if you look for lessons focusing on some particular business-related language skills, see the Business Skills topic group. We will continue developoing that lesson category so expect to see more Business English lessons on ESL Brains.


    Dear ESL Brains Team,

    Really enjoy and appreciate the lessons you´ve come up with! Keep up the great work!

    Greetings from Spain

    1. Justa

      So great to hear that 🤩 Thank you!

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