This Advanced ESL lesson plan focuses on broadening students’ vocabulary around the theme of success management and introduces the use of reduced and inverted conditional forms.
The class begins with an engaging activity designed to get students acquainted with the concept of success management.
Students will view a video entitled “Success, failure and the drive to keep creating.” A discussion will follow, aimed at deepening their understanding and verbal skills by dissecting the primary themes presented in the video.
This portion of the lesson is dedicated to introducing students to reduced and inverted conditional structures, highlighting their function and relevance.
The exercises involve interactive tasks where students will practice transforming sentences and identifying errors, focusing specifically on the application of reduced and inverted conditionals.
In this section, students will read a short article about the strategies for managing success. This is followed by a discussion to enhance comprehension and to encourage the expression of individual viewpoints on the core ideas and insights from the article.
The writing task involves composing a brief text about a personal success story and the insights gained, utilizing the grammatical structures studied in the lesson.
To conclude, the lesson features a group discussion centered around an impactful quote about success, providing a thought-provoking end to the lesson.
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