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ESL. EFL Beginner Lesson Plan - There is and There are - my Home

There is / There are – Beginner English ESL/ EFL Plan (A1) – My Home

ESL/ EFL beginner lesson plan – there is/there are – my home Lesson Goals: At the end of the following lesson students will learn the difference between there is and there are, and how to use them in order to talk about the rooms in their home and the things in their rooms. Target Grammar: […]

A1 English Lesson Plans

Would like to - A1 ESL Lesson Plan for Beginners

Would Like To – A1 ESL Lesson Plan – Travel and Work

Image source: MyCuteGraphics ESL Lesson Plan for Beginners - Would like to - Travel and Work Lesson Goals: At the end of this lesson students will learn how to use would like to to talk about what they want to do/ have in the future. Target … More

A2 English Lesson Plans

Modals Should teaching english - esl lesson plan on body and health

Modals (Should) ESL Lesson Plan (A2) – Body and Health

Lower Intermediate ESL/ EFL plan - Should - Body and Health Lesson Goals: This lesson teaches students how to form and when to use should. Also, the lesson focuses on presenting vocabulary related to body and health. At the end of the lesson, … More

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B1 ESL Lesson Plan on Linking Words with target English vocabulary Arts and Media

B1 ESL Lesson Plan – Linking Words – Arts And Media

Image source: MyCuteGraphics Linking Words for Cause, Effect, and Contrast – B1 English Lesson Plan Lesson Goals: At the end of this lesson students will learn important linking words suitable for this level as well as English vocabulary on arts and media. Target Grammar: Linking words for cause, effect, and contrast Target Vocabulary: Arts and […]

Used to and Would ESL Lesson Plan - past habits and stages in life

ESL Lesson Plan B1 – Used To And Would – Past Habits

ESL Lesson Plan B1 – Used To And Would Talking about past habits and past stages in life The following ESL lesson plan (B1) teaches students how to talk about past habits and past stages in life in English. This English lesson plan is suitable for esl teachers who work with intermediate English learners. At […]

English Grammar

transitive and intransitive verbs - esl grammar

English Grammar – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Verbs in English can be two different types: transitive and intransitive. Let’s look at what the differences between them are: Transitive verbs can be recognized by two main characteristics. They:  are ACTION verbs (express an activity: e.g. eat, read, wash) take a DIRECT OBJECT (sth that receives the action of the […]

english grammar for teachers, definite and indefinite and no article in english language

ESL Grammar – Definite, Indefinite, and No Article In English

Definite, Indefinite, and No Article In English Grammar Explanation and Practice What are articles? There are 3 articles in the English language. Two indefinite – A, AN, and one definite – THE. Sometimes no article is used, referred to as 0 article. The indefinite article: ‘a/an’ 1. When we talk about something for the first […]

Teach English Grammar - Compound Adjectives - Formation, Usage and Grammar Practice

Teach English Grammar – Compound Adjectives

Teach English Grammar – Compound Adjectives – Formation, Usage, Grammar Practice See also Formation Of Adjectives here What is a Compound Adjective? Compound adjectives are adjectives comprised by two or more different words to describe a noun in terms of age, depth, weight, price, size etc. Usually compound adjectives are hyphenated. A common mistake would […]