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Teaching The Passive Voice: An Introductory ESL Lesson

"When to start teaching the passive voice? This lesson is the first in a series of ten lessons about the passive voice. These ten lessons are great for helping students grasp this difficult concept. With that being said, you should avoid using this lesson with beginner students. Instead, it is great for pre-Intermediate students but can also be used with intermediate learners for a review. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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An Advanced ESL Lesson Plan On Conspiracy Theories

"When to use this lesson plan on conspiracy theories? This is an advanced ESL lesson that is designed to introduce vocabulary about conspiracy theories. This lesson plan on conspiracy theories promotes fluency in speaking as it includes controlled and free tasks. Also please keep in mind the conversational nature of this topic. I strongly advise you to review this lesson on conspiracy theories before teaching it. In any case, you will have so much fun teaching this lesson as it covers so many interesting and conversational topics. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Reported Speech – Free ESL Lesson Plan

When should you teach “Introduction to Reported Speech”? “Introduction to Reported Speech” is an ESL lesson plan download aimed at students with advanced proficiency levels. To fully grasp the material, students must be very comfortable with changing verbs between various tenses including the perfect, simple and continuous tenses.

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How To Teach Conditionals, True In The Present And Future - ESL Lesson Plan

"What students will learn? In this lesson, students will learn how to use the first conditional. As well they will be introduced to the concept of how the speaker feels about a statement and whether that statement is true or not. In addition, students will learn the if-clause and result cause, and the idea of action and result. This lesson does not cover the difference between particular and habitual activities. Nor does it cover the result clauses with modals. Nevertheless, the student will learn how to talk about the present and the future. By the end of the lesson, students will be making 1st conditional sentences and predictions. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Idioms Describing Love - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Idioms describing love: If your student is asked to go on a blind date, do you think they’ll know what it means? Maybe not, so use this lesson to teach them about idioms describing love. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Adjectives Opposites ( Lesson 2 ) - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Secondly, lesson 2 introduces more complex adjectives like wide/narrow and fresh/stale. Students will have a chance to put the adjectives into use through various activities. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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An ESL Lesson Plan on Consumerism and Consumption

"When to use this lesson? This ESL lesson plan on consumerism and consumption is suitable to use with advanced-level students. You must use this lesson with mature students that can engage with the content…I know my adult students love this lesson! Not to mention, I love teaching it! In any case, you should use this lesson plan to practice reading, speaking and listening as well as to introduce your students to new vocabulary. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Phrasal Verbs – An Introductory Lesson For Your ESL Class

"What is a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is a combination of two or three words including a base verb. The whole phrase acts as a verb that is different from the base verb used. For example, to pick is different from to pick up or to pick out. As well, many phrasal verbs use the same base verb with different adverbs and prepositions, creating phrasal verbs with entirely different meanings. To complicate things further, there are different categories of phrasal verbs: transitive, intransitive, separable and non-separable. Even though phrasal verbs are often confusing for new English learners, they can still be fun to teach and learn. The English language is full of phrasal verbs and English speakers use them constantly. They are often dreaded by students but there are ways to learn them without the hassle and even a little fun. Therefore, Off2Class has created this handy introductory lesson plan that you can use with your intermediate-level ESL students. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Facial Expressions: An Introductory ESL Lesson Plan

"When to teach this lesson on facial expressions? This is a speaking lesson plan that is great to use to introduce facial expressions. Facial expressions are important to study as they provide non-verbal cues and information. They can provide nearly as much information as spoken words do. They can be difficult to understand but when understood students can remain confident when interacting with others in English. This is a great lesson to introduce to upper-intermediate students that have been looking to develop a deeper understanding of English vocabulary in conversational contexts. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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