This lesson is based on an a book from the Quick Reads series called ‘Four warned’ and was written Jeffery Archer. The extract of the book that is used in this lesson focuses on a dramatic car chase. Learners have the opportunity to develop their reading, vocabulary and storytelling skills by using both online and classroom-based activities.
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This lesson is about weddings in the UK and in other countries the learners know. This lesson is aimed beginner ESOL learners who can read and write at a basic level. Learners will learn useful vocabulary so they can discuss weddings and they will have the opportunity to read a text aloud and complete some comprehension tasks.
This lesson focuses on spelling and pronunciation of months and seasons in the context of favourite seasons. Students will practise using the language in speaking and writing tasks.
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.
This lesson is about the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. It provides students with opportunities to describe places and combine clauses with conjunctions and relative pronouns. Students develop their writing, reading and listening skills as well as their vocabulary and discussion skills.
This lesson plan is for beginner readers. The main aim is to develop the students' ability to read and understand a short text based some on information about a girl called Sharon. Students practise recognising, spelling and pronouncing individual words and then move on to processing short sentences.
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.