In October we added 14 new lesson plans:
- Do long-distance relationships work? FREE PLAN
In this ESL lesson, students will talk about the challenges of being in a long-distance relationship, discuss vocabulary mentioned in the video, learn idioms and phrasal verbs related to relationships (e.g. break up, go with the flow, jump to conclusions) and practice Present Perfect and past forms, namely Past Simple, Past Perfect and Past Continuous.
- Are cats better than dogs?
In this ESL lesson, students will learn new vocabulary related to owning pets. They will also discuss the benefits of having a cat versus having a dog.
- Tokens of appreciation
This B2 ESL lesson touches on the topic of gratitude in our everyday lives. Through a series of activities including a video, reading, exercises, and a discussion, students acquire new vocabulary and skills to express thankfulness.
- Does sport build character?
This advanced C2-level ESL lesson aims to explore the role of sports in character development. Through a series of activities including a warm-up, video viewing, reading, exercises, and a discussion, students will delve into the complexities and nuances of how sports can both reveal and shape an individual’s character.
- Wouldn’t you like to know?
In this Upper-Intermediate ESL lesson, students will learn new vocabulary related to curiosity and gossip. They will also discuss different statements associated with curiosity and gossip in a “pick a card” game.
- When avoiding conflict is toxic
This C1-level ESL lesson explores the topic of conflict avoidance and why it can sometimes be toxic. It includes warm-up questions, a short grammar section on reporting verbs, and an interactive fill-in-the-gaps exercise. The lesson concludes with a discussion that encourages students to think critically about the complexities of avoiding conflict.
- Do you still need a car?
In this Intermediate ESL lesson, students will learn new vocabulary related to car usage. They will also practice debating skills.
- What did they mean by that?
This C2 ESL lesson plan provides an in-depth exploration of ambiguous speech, aiming to enrich students’ understanding of language nuances. Through a variety of engaging activities including vocabulary exercises, reading comprehension, and discussion questions, students are encouraged to think critically about the complexities and implications of ambiguity in communication. Overall, the lesson is designed to bolster both language skills and cultural understanding at an advanced level.
- Buying things we don’t need, with the money we don’t have, to impress those we don’t like
This Advanced ESL lesson plan aims to challenge students’ understanding of consumerism through reading, discussion, and interactive grammar activities. It provides ample opportunity for students to engage, discuss, and critically think about the topic. Students will learn about and practice the use of inversion.
- Do you know who you want to be when you grow up?
In this A2 ESL lesson plan, the students will learn new vocabulary related to their dreams and hopes for the future. They will also learn to make suggestions (could, let’s, shall).
- Slow life
This Upper-Intermediate ESL lesson plan teaches students the use of passive verbs with two objects. Additionally, the students are encouraged to discuss how the fast-paced life of today’s world impacts their quality of life.
- Why get married?
In this C2 lesson plan, students will delve into various aspects of marriage, both historical and contemporary. The lesson includes a range of exercises to reinforce vocabulary, comprehension, and critical thinking.
- Why remain single?
In this C2 lesson plan, students will delve into various aspects of living a single lifestyle and look at both pros and cons. The lesson includes a range of exercises to reinforce vocabulary, comprehension, and critical thinking.
- Stop pleasing others!
In this Upper-Intermediate ESL lesson plan, students learn the use of the phrases “it’s time” and “had better”. Additionally, they engage in a critical discussion about people pleasers.
Have fun using our lesson plans 🙂