This EFL kindergarden Lesson plan is aimed at young 4-6 years old elementary learners, who by the end of the lesson will be wearing masks and acting out the lyrics of the song. During this lesson you’ll revise the numbers 1-10, few of past simple verbs and singular/ plural nouns of animals.
This lesson plan will help your students understand the story of Bonfire Night. Teaching English History especially the events that are closely rooted within current celebrations is always fun. So here’s the ESL lesson plan where your students not only improve the reading, speaking and listening skills but also learn more about English history. Please don’t forget to share the page with the ESL world.
On November 5th people in Britain celebrate ‘Bonfire Night’. There are firework displays and bonfires with models of Guy Fawkes, which are burned on the fire. This video from The British Council’s Learn English site explores the origins of the festival and looks at how it’s celebrated now.
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ESL lesson plan that will help your students learn and revise past simple tense, especially asking Wh questions. During the lesson students will improve their listening and speaking skills. At the beginning your learners will listen to the song ‘RESPECT’ and later find out more about the souls diva- Aretha Franklin. By the end of the lesson your learners will be able to ask and answer complex questions in Past Simple.
ESL lesson plan that focuses on the history of Halloween celebrations in the UK and USA. The video-based EFL lesson is designed not only to improve listening skills but also introduce the vocabulary related to Halloween customs. At the end of the lessons learners will have more insight into the traditions of this popular day and will be able to explain its origins.Read More
EFL lesson plan that focuses on the customs related to Halloween in the UK. Your students will watch a story of two kids who are preparing the Halloween party. By the end of the lesson young learners will be able to talk about the Halloween traditions in the UK + use present simple vs. present continuous with more confidence.Read More
This website is dedicated to all EFL / ESL teachers who are looking for new ways of getting their learners interested in English language.
You will find here English language lesson plans based on YouTube videos relating to:
– English culture
– English grammar
– Life skills
– Leisure, sport free time activities
Majority of lesson plans are aimed at improving your students’ speaking, listening and writing skills plus vocabulary and grammar.
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It’s a lesson that will help your students boost confidence when preparing to a job interview or other important encounter. By the end of the lesson students will be able to explain the way we should behave in order to make a great first impression. This lesson also makes an excellent follow-up to the lesson ‘Let your body do the talking’ from New English File – upper-intermediate level course-book.Read More
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Creating a killer lesson plan might be a daunting and time-consuming experience, but with the right resources you’ll definitely succeed. One of the best written course-books that you can find on the market at the moment is the New English File series, that includes a Student’s Book, Teacher’s Book, Work Book with key booklet, Student’s MultiROM (PC and Mac compatible), class audio CDs and video plus some additional and free online practise on www.elt.opu.com
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