This ESL fashion lesson plan is based on the Huffington Post video “The Problem with Fast Fashion”. It pertains to the issue which is very up-to-date and raises a lot of controversy. Students have a chance to learn a lot of words and phrases connected with fashion as well as the environment. 

The lesson plan focuses on colours and how we perceive them in terms of emotions and feelings. Students will also learn a lot of popular colour idioms which they’ll practice by making questions and in a pair-work discussion

The lesson plan is based on a short TED-Ed video by Chris Anderson titled “Questions no one knows the answers to”. This time students get a lot of grammar exercises on indirect questions and discuss some daunting questions.

The lesson plan is based on the TEDTalk by Amit Sood titled "Building a museum of museums on the web" concerning Google's Art Project. The lesson itself is about art, museums and students' interests in these areas.

This Business English lesson will allow your students to learn and practice 8 idioms on motivation used in business. They will also have plenty of chances to talk about how companies motivate and demotivate employees and watch a video that tells how to tackle it

The TED Talk that the worksheet is based on touches upon the problem of women's illiteracy and education. It is a great starting point for the discussion on gender inequality in general and that's what the lesson is about.

The lesson is based on the TED Talk by Ruth Chang titled "How to make hard choices". In her speech, Chang explains why it is so difficult to take some decisions and helps us to understand the approach to a decision-making process.

This lesson focuses on pursuing career and passions. It's based on TED by Larry Smith titled "Why you will fail to have a great career". In the course of the lesson, students will learn collocations with the word career, discuss how to have a succesful work life and watch an amusing speech.