Draw a story

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

My holiday English book

This lesson plan for teachers of primary students looks at several creative ideas for making an English activity book in the summer holidays.

The Rugby World Cup

This is a topical lesson for September around the topic of the Rugby World Cup, which begins on 18th September.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Film reviews

This lesson is for teenagers or young adults with a language level of A2-B2 and focuses on discussing and writing film reviews.

2014 World events quiz

This lesson is for teenagers or young adults with a language level of A2+ and focuses on world events in 2014.

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Cath McLellan's picture Cath McLellan

Hi Naenitka

Thanks for your comment -if you take a look at the lesson plan, the text for...
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Naenitka's picture Naenitka

I mean task 3- the text about Ade Adepitan, and this is a crucial part of the lesson...


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Cath McLellan's picture Cath McLellan

Hello vonbrizon,

Thanks for the feedback and for letting us know about the error with the...
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