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Teach your students how to talk about things that are normal and comfortable for them. The things they are accustomed to.
This lesson covers the uses of the terms "be used to" and "get used to". It focuses around the idea of culture shock, a
In this product you will find:
11 Easy-to-understand grammar explanations
27 activities to practice the present simple tense
20 pages of activities
An answer key for every activity
This document follows a logical progression for introducing the
Teach your students new ways to talk about the past with this excellent ESL lesson plan. This class is designed for intermediate ESL and EFL students (B1 level) and will last 45 minutes - 1 hour.
This lesson covers the use of "used to" and "would"
This is a complete lesson plan for any ESL, EFL, or other English teachers seeking to introduce politeness to their students. This lesson is made for Lower Intermediate - Intermediate students (A2-B1).
The lesson plan includes:
Teach your students how to describe the things around them using the five senses.
This lesson covers vocabulary related to the five senses as well as using the expressions ‘It looks/sounds/feels + adjective’ and ‘It looks/sounds/feels like +
Teach your students how to talk about famous inventions using the PASSIVE VOICE.
This lesson covers the structure and use of the passive voice while talking about famous inventions and inventors.
The lesson is meant to last 1 hour, perfect for
Teach your students how to use ‘still’, ‘yet’, and ‘already’ with the present perfect tense while talking about their bucket list.
This lesson reviews the present perfect tense and contains an added element, using ‘still’, ‘yet’, and ‘already’,