This technology lesson plan touches upon melding minds with machines, that is a brain-computer interface. It is based on a very interesting video which will definitely make your students eager to talk.
This worksheet is our attempt to make students ask more questions in English during the class. Students step into their teacher's shoes and lead the class!
This lesson plan is based on a popular TED Talk by Matt Cutts about taking 30-day challenges. It consists of vocabulary and speaking activities, and includes a 30-day English challenge.
This procrastination lesson plan includes a lot of different exercises that let students have some fun, learn useful vocabulary and talk about their attitude towards procrastinating and ways to stop it.
This worksheet focuses on narrative tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous, and Past Perfect. It can serve as a great revision of these three tenses and a supplement to our other worksheet on storytelling “Be a better storyteller”.
This lesson plan about architecture deals with a phenomenon called copycat architecture. Students will learn some adjectives for describing places as well as watch an interesting video.
This worksheet is all about telling stories in English and it might be a great supplement to lesson plans on narrative tenses.
This surveillance lesson plan looks into the topic of employee monitoring software and questions the use of this technology raises. Students will do some word formation tasks, learn new vocabulary and have plenty of opportunities to discuss.
In this lesson plan, students will learn verbs for describing sounds in English and talk about irritating sounds using phrases for expressing annoyance.
This extra worksheet includes tasks built around love and relationship vocabulary, but mainly words and expressions we use when things go wrong in a relationship.