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A2 Present Continuous For Future ESL lesson plan – Money and Shopping

[adrotate banner=”7″] [adrotate banner=”12″] Lesson goals: At the end of this lesson students will learn how to form and when to use Present Continuous Tense (for future). They will be able to talk about plans they have for the future, using Present Continuous. Also, students will learn important English vocabulary about money and shopping (clothes) […]

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Gerund – A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan – Education and Studying

[adrotate banner=”7″] [adrotate banner=”12″] Lesson goals: At the end of this lesson students will learn how to form and when to use Gerund (the -ing form of the verb). They will be able to talk about education, studying and different classroom activities. Also, students will learn important English vocabulary about studying and subjects at school […]

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A2 ESL/ EFL Lesson Plan – Present Perfect Tense – My Family

[adrotate banner=”7″] [adrotate banner=”12″] Present Perfect Tense – My Family – A2 Lower Intermediate ESL lesson plan Lesson goals: At the end of this lesson will be able to understand how to form and use Present Perfect tense. They will be able to talk about things that have happened in their lives. Also, students will learn […]

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Prepositions Of Time (at, on, in) A1 English Lesson Plan – On Vacation

[adrotate banner=”7″] Lesson Goals: At the end of the lesson students will learn how to use prepositions of time correctly. Also, they will learn important vocabulary about traveling and vacations. Target English Grammar: Prepositions of time – on, in, at Target English Vocabulary: Vacations and traveling Answer Sheet available for download below. Presentation 1. Listen to the text […]

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives A1 Lesson Plan – At The Zoo

A1 English Lesson Plan – Comparative and Superlative Adjectives – At the Zoo Lesson Goals: At the end of the lesson students will be able to use comparative and superlative adjectives to make comparison between two or more things. Also, they will learn important vocabulary about describing things, animals, and nature. Target English Grammar: Comparative […]

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ESL/ EFL Teaching: The Fun Way Or The Old Way? How Do Students Learn Better?

Is there more than one way to introduce and teach a language? What techniques work better than others?Is classroom fun the key to students’ success or is language learning all about hard work? Where I come from, English is taught strictly by the book. The teacher is at the blackboard writing and writing or at their desk reading […]

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Class Activities – The “I am an Actor” English Vocabulary Game

[adrotate banner=”7″] [adrotate banner=”12″] Teaching Strategies and Class Activities – Teaching Vocabulary With Games The “I am an Actor” Vocabulary Game. This game is especially suitable if you are teaching action verbs or professions. Of course you can make it work for any type of English vocabulary you can come up with. The best thing […]

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Teaching Strategies – English Vocabulary Teaching – Help Students Build Vocabulary

Inspirational Ideas and Techniques in English Vocabulary Teaching Teaching English vocabulary can be challenging especially when working with beginner esl/ efl students.You may find yourself even more challenged if your class consists of students (adults or otherwise) of multiple nationalities and backgrounds because different people have different ways of memorizing vocabulary in a foreign language […]

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“What’s Missing?” – English Vocabulary Game – Help Your Students Learn With Fun Games

English Vocabulary Teaching Strategies – The “What’s Missing?” Game Separate your class into smaller groups of up to 5 students. Work with each group individually. For this vocabulary exercise it’s best to gather the real-life physical objects of the vocabulary you are teaching. For example, if you are working on vocabulary for food or school […]