This lesson focuses on the use of –ed/-ing adjectives in the context of watching television. Students will practise using the adjectives to talk about their viewing habits.
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This lesson is about food. It is based on a video, which shows students talking about their favourite British foods. The lesson provides students with the opportunity to listen and learn about British foods and to write about and discuss their food tastes in general.
This lesson is based on a short video about a family who has a takeaway meal from the chip shop every Friday. Learners will develop their knowledge about fish and chips and how, for many people, a takeaway meal is an enjoyable treat.
In this lesson, learners watch a short video about a typical British neighbourhood. Learners take part in meaningful speaking, listening and develop their language through collaborative activities based on the video. Particular focus is given to vocabulary and revision of the present simple tense.
This lesson is based on a video about a child attending a birthday party in the UK.
This lesson is about Anne’s journey to work. It provides learners with listening and speaking practice of transport vocabulary and talking about their journeys to work or college/school.
This lesson is based around employability and deals with different factors which contribute to creating a good first impression, such as dress, punctuality and register of speech. The language focus is the use of should and shouldn’t to give advice, and learners practise giving advice on how to create a good first impression.
This lesson focuses on the use of the past tense of the verb 'to be' with common adjectives and prepositions in the context of subjects at school. Students will practise using the language in speaking and writing tasks.
This lesson is about the five senses. It provides students with practice of vocabulary related to body parts and the five senses, and listening practice of someone describing their favourite sound.