How often do you...?
In this lesson, students learn "How often" question forms in Simple Present Tense with Time Expressions like once, two times, everyday through sentences about habits and routines. The lesson starts with pictures to introduce the topic and goes on ...
Where should I live?
In this lesson, students will complete a full reading cycle using texts describing residences and prospective tenants. They will then practice using prepositions of place to describe the location of furniture items. This will lead to a speaking cy...
Need anything from the shop?
In this lesson the students will learn different vocabulary related to shopping (e.g. products, the names of the containers, regularly asked questions in shops). The structure of the vocabulary presentation will follow the format of Elicit, Concep...
An unexpected journey
Intermediate b1 level
In this lesson, students practice and develop receptive (reading and listening) skills through the medium of an extract from 'The Hobbit'. Comparison between the written extract and the corresponding clip from the film allows focus on language dif...
Full English coming up!
In this lesson, students will practice writing by writing recipes using a model about traditional English breakfast. Students are first exposed to this type of writing through reading and listening to the model. Particular features of recipe-writi...
All through the years
In this lesson, students will learn how to use the present simple of the verb 'to be' to describe past events in the context of past generations. The students will work through various exercises, from controlled, to semi controlled, and finally to...
These modern times
In this lesson focusing on modern life, students develop their speaking and learn how to make generalisations and exceptions by following a model. Students give their own ideas about the context and compare them with three people who talk about mo...
In this lesson, students practice writing opinion paragraphs in the context of "What are you optimistic about?" using future time phrases and verb forms.
What does the desert hold?
This lesson deals with three ways of talking about the future using present continuous, going to and will in the context of extreme travel destinations and experiences.