Welcome to the class! Absolute Beginner English Lesson Plan – Introductions, the Alphabet, Colors, Days of the Week, and Goodbyes

Welcome to the class - Absolute Beginner English Lesson Plan for ESL or EFL teachers - Introductions, the alphabet, colors, days of the week and goodbyes

Absolute Beginner English Lesson Plan Welcome to the class! Introductions, the Alphabet, Colors, Days of the Week, and Goodbyes Lesson goals: By the end of this lesson, students should know the alphabet, spell their names, introduce themselves, identify colors, days of the week, and say goodbye (see you on….)Level: Absolute Beginner – Alphabet, colors, hello … Read more

When to use capital letters in English?

When to use capital letters in English

Capital letters: 7 instances where using capital letters in English is grammatically correct The rules for the use of capital letters are quite easy to remember. Generally, we use capital letters for proper nouns, which are the names of a specific person,place, or thing, and proper adjectives, which are usually derived (formed) from proper nouns. … Read more

A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan – Phrasal Verbs – Work and Daily Activities

esl efl lesson plan for teachers - a2 lower intermediate English Lesson Plan - Phrasal Verbs - Work and daily activities

ESL/ EFL A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan Lesson Functions: Phrasal VerbsTarget Vocabulary: Work and Daily Activities 7 pages (cover and credits page included) ready to print and go: Presentation: 1. Listen to the text. Fill in the blanks. (Voice Message)Hi, Amy. It’s mom. Listen, our car broke down. Sorry, but you have to go … Read more

5 Games for ESL/ EFL Teachers To Use In Your Classroom

[adrotate banner=”12″] [adrotate banner=”7″] 1. Board Race Board Race is a fun game that is used for revising vocabulary, whether it be words from the lesson you’ve just taught or words from a lesson you taught last week. It can also be used at the start of the class to get students active. It is … Read more

Why Good-Looking and NOT Good-Looked?

why goodlooking and not good-looked - English Grammar - esl efl teachers

[adrotate banner=”12″] [adrotate banner=”7″] Why Good-Looking and not Good-Looked? -ed or -ing in compound adjectives Some time ago we published an article talking about when to use -ed and -ing adjectives (you can read it here). That article along with another post we have on Compound Adjectives (here) have lead one of our readers to … Read more

Lower Intermediate ESL – EFL Lesson Plan (A2) – Adverbs of Time – Sport and Games

ESL and EFL Lesson Plan - Adverbs Of Time - Lower Intermediate English Lesson Plan - Sports ad Games English Vocabuary

ESL/ EFL lower intermediate lesson plan – adverbs of time – sports and games Lesson Goals: At the end of the this lesson students will learn about adverbs of time in English, how and when to use them. Also, they will learn new sports and games vocabulary. Target Grammar: Adverbs of time (including yesterday, today, … Read more

EFL/ESL lesson plan for beginners ( A1)- Giving and Asking for Directions

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ESL/ EFL beginner lesson plan – Giving and Asking for Directions Lesson Goals: At the end of the following lesson students will learn how to give and how to ask for directions in English. Also, they will be familiar with important vocabulary on buildings and places in town. Target Grammar: Giving and asking for directions … Read more

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

ESL. EFL Beginner Lesson Plan - There is and There are - 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: … Read more

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

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

[adrotate banner=”12″] 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, students will be able to give advice using should, and … Read more

Modals – Have To – A2 Lower Intermediate ESL/ EFL lesson plan – Daily Activities

A2 Lower Intermediate English Lesson and ESL Lesson plan - Modals - Have to

A2 English Lesson plan for ESL/ EFL teachers – Modals – Have to Lesson goals: At the end of this lesson, students will learn how and when to use have to. Target Grammar: Modals/ Have to [adrotate banner=”12″] Target Vocabulary: Daily activities (at home, at work, outside) [adrotate banner=”7″] PRESENTATION 1. Listen to Aaron’s story … Read more

A1 Beginner English Lesson – Would like (to) – Animals and Nature

ESL beginner English Lesson plan - English Grammar - Would like to - English Vocabulary - Animals and Nature

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