A standalone worksheet which is built around phrases with the verb 'get'. It is prepared for stronger students (B2) and consists of various tasks.
This ESL logos lesson plan is based on a video about the hidden meanings of some logos and consists of different vocabulary and speaking activities that will get students talking about brand logos.
This longevity lesson plan will make your students work at home on a video as well as on word formation, and discuss ideas about living 100+ years.
Discover what worries Bill Gates most and teach your students some fear-related vocabulary, useful adjectives for expressing opinions and practise them with a few speaking activities.
In this lesson plan students will learn and practise ‘wish’ structures as well as watch a video about the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak
Teach your students new expressions and phrasal verbs with take, and challenge them to take a quiz checking their knowledge about different countries.
Teach your B1 students some formal and informal email language and give them some tips on writing effectively with our ESL lesson plan on writing emails.
This productivity lesson plan is based on two short videos in which Charles Duhigg presents his ideas for boosting work productivity.
This ESL lesson plan on films is based on a video presenting some details about Pain and Glory, a film by Pedro Almodovar that is nominated to 2020 Oscars. The worksheet consists of two parts, pre-class and in-class activities, but the whole lesson plan can also be done during the class as the video is…
With our veganism lesson plan, students will learn new food-related words and expressions, watch a news report and discuss veganism and its pros and cons.