What’s your favorite kind of chocolate? Mine? Pretty dark, though a bit sweet, and with a hint of some other type of flavor, perhaps raspberries, though, I digress…. In this lesson students will get to learn how to write a review of a product, learn some colorful words and phrases to describe their opinions, and, of course, get to eat some chocolate
What’s the most difficult job in the world that billions of people around the world do? The job of being a mother of course! This is a great listening lesson that will expand your students’ vocabulary, develop their writing and listening abilities, in addition to teaching them thankfulness for special people in their lives! An engaging (and a bit emotional) listening clip that ends in students making their very own ‘Thank You’ cards.
December 5th is International Ninja Day! Who would have thought?!? Get those ninja stars & kung fu moves ready for a fun and interactive reading lesson based on the theme of International Days, which ends with your students creating their very own International Day to share with the class.
One of the most frequent goals for English language students is to develop their speaking abilities and a speaking lesson’s main aim is to do just that! Here are some fun, communicative, and interactive lesson plans that are ready for you to go ahead and use in your classroom right away!