Business Letters & Email
This lesson addresses how functional, grammatical and verbal formals are altered by register in English, in the context of writing a formal (business-type) email or letter. The focus is on standard forms of address and closure, differing general f...
My name is Bond...
In this lesson, students learn Past Simple negative through a reading text on James Bond's life. Firstly, students are pre-taught the possible blocking vocabulary from the text, and then they watch a slide show, in which they will read the whole t...
You just have to see it!
In this lesson, students learn and practice how to make recommendations in the context of movies/films. They are first tested on their previous knowledge, given some context in the form of listening and then tested again at the end, followed by so...
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.
Let freedom reign
In this lesson, the students will practise the Past Simple tense and irregular verbs through a Nelson Mandela reading. As well as learning about the past simple form of verbs and practising them, the students will be able to practise their reading...
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...
Wish you were here!
In this lesson, students will be exposed to superlatives in the context of writing a postcard through controlled and semi-controlled activities . Students practice integrated skills including scanning for specific information and end with producin...
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...
In this lesson, students practice writing opinion paragraphs in the context of "What are you optimistic about?" using future time phrases and verb forms.