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Shopping - different shops

Use this lesson in online or face-to-face teaching to explore the theme of everyday shopping. 

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Multicultural UK

This lesson looks at multiculturalism. Access the face-to-face classroom and online teaching version of the materials. 

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English is Great

This lesson plan is about the English language and other languages. Access the face-to-face and online versions.

 

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Draw a story

Create a picture story with your young learners using this lesson plan and a story from LearnEnglish Kids.

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My holiday English book

This lesson plan looks at several creative ideas for making an English activity book for the summer holidays.

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Mandela Day

Mandela Day is celebrated every year on 18 July. This integrated skills lesson plan for upper-secondary students looks at Nelson Mandela's life and explores some of themes surrounding South Africa during apartheid.

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Festivals

This lesson plan for teachers of teenagers at level B1 explores the theme of festivals. Students will read about different festivals and invent an exciting new one.

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World Book Day

This is an this integrated skills lesson, aimed at young learners with an English level of A2 and above to help them learn about World Book Day.

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Drawing dictation

This lesson is for teenagers or young adults with a language level of A2-B2 and focuses on using prepositions of place to describe and draw a picture.

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Love poems

This lesson is aimed at teenagers and young adults with an English level of A2-B2. Students will work together to practise their creative writing skills.

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ellenpd's picture ellenpd

Hi Vietdaminh,

If you search online for 'Rain, Manya Stojic, David Bennett Books, ISBN 1-...
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vietdaminh's picture vietdaminh

Please, you can help me to find and read this storybook. Thank you.


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Siyaswati's picture Siyaswati

Thank you for the material provided to teach adult English learners.It broadened my knowledge in...
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