This activity is suitable for A-level 8th – graders. It is aimed at improving their listening, writing, and reading skills while exploring one of the most curious and complicated topics in science: the birth of the Universe. It provides a massive vocabulary practice, as well as developing of note-taking, summarizing, analyzing (such as understanding of cause and effect, deduction, etc.), and reviewing skills. Extra reading materials are provided
Lesson plan dedicated to Robert Frost and his famous poem "The Road Not Taken". The lesson provides a variety of language material and extra reading, as well as some examples and guidelines for writing a critical essay.
This activity is suitable for Upper-Intermediate or Advanced level students. It traces a detective story, which hit the news headlines in 2006. The activity provides the listening skills training, news stories and court vocabulary practice, as well as developing of note-taking, summarizing, analyzing, and reviewing
Read Telegraph Newspaper with our help! Funny and strange stories about animals rescue with ready-to-use glossary.
Another absurd animal rescue story from the world news!
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In this section you will find simple and detailed ready-to-use grammar lessons with examples
1. Grammar learning is easier if one understands the basics of the sentence structure. This lesson is the first and the ultimate lesson of the course, designed for non-English speakers. Recommended for beginners of all ages. (7 and up). The explanations can be given in the students' native language if necessary. Cards and games based on this material can be suggested to young learners.
2. Defining the parts of speech.
3. Present Simple is not so SIMPLE for EFL students. A clear, student-oriented explanation of the use of the Tense and its sentence schemes.
4. Present Progressive (Continuous) lesson with explanations and sentence schemes + some recommendations for extra reading