Postcard challenge

In this digital age, it´s very easy to stay in touch with people via internet and social media but nothing can beat the feeling when you find a postcard in your "snail" mail. It can truly brighten your day!  I think postcard sending tradition is definitely worth fighting for, don't you? The following lesson idea... Continue Reading →

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Summer poems

The design of this lesson is inspired by and adapted from the lesson plan that can be found in 500 Activities For The Primary Classroom: https://sklep.macmillan.pl/productVariantGroup/974/-500-activities-for-the-primary-classroom.html Levels: All Aimed at: Young learners/Teenagers/Young adults/adults Aims: To incorporate poetry in the classroom/to promote learning through poetry use/to help students express ideas that are meaningful to them/to provide an effective and... Continue Reading →

Soap Opera Drama – A Lesson on Intonation

Soap Opera Drama – A Lesson on Intonation Lesson based on a video directed by the teacher Level(s): (A2) Pre-Intermediate / (B1) Intermediate Aimed at: Teenagers/young adults/adults Aims: Listening for gist and specific information/how to use and understand different intonation patterns in accordance to attitude/ Predicting Materials: Video handout 1: Handout1intonation handout 2: handout2intonation Projector... Continue Reading →

Sore throat listening challenge

Aimed at: Young learners/young adults/adults LEVEL(s): Could easily be adapted for all levels/you adjust the level of difficulty/choose appropriate texts LANGUAGE: Anything you have (recently) taught/talked about I have based this particular lesson on Easter and Easter traditions AIMS: To encourage the students to ask for clarification and guess the words omitted from the text MATERIALS:... Continue Reading →

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