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.
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Do your students need to practise using simple prepositions to describe where places are on a typical high street? In this lesson, your students will listen to some information about where places are and fill in a map. They'll also practise asking and answering questions using prepositions and consolidate the language by taking part in a role-play.
This lesson, about writing messages to friends on social networks, develops students’ ability to write personal messages and features example threads with comments, which students have the opportunity to contribute to. They can also post new messages, and comment on the postings written by other students.
This lesson provides students with the opportunity to learn about internet safety. Students will develop their close listening skills by watching and listening to a video and completing a dictation. The lesson will provide plenty of opportunities for discussion and will finish with the students creating a poster to advise children how to stay safe on the internet.
This lesson provides students with facts about their consumer rights, to make them better informed when they are buying items in shops or online. As well as learning common collocations related to consumer rights, they will practise their listening skills and take part in a role-play to return a faulty item.
This lesson is about the people in the room and can be use with a variety of levels. Students are given the opportunity to talk about themselves as they develop their ability to ask and answer questions. The focus is on accurate question formation through discussion, peer-correction and student interviews.
Teachers often need to talk to the parents of children who are in their class about how the child is getting on.
Making an appointment by telephone in English can be hard because you need to use clear language and speak calmly.
Watch the film called 'The teacher's visit' and complete the activities so you can feel confident if you have to speak to a teacher about a child s