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Life In Australia: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

"When to use this lesson plan on life in Australia? This lesson plan is perfect for practicing and developing speaking skills. With that being said, you should use it with a student(s) at a pre-intermediate level in English. This essentially means that a student can engage in short, unplanned conversations about everyday life. Essentially this lesson provides a student with the opportunity to ask and answer questions about life in Australia. Don’t forget, this lesson is perfect to use with individual students or groups. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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How To Teach Relative Clauses: An ESL Lesson Plan

How to Teach a Relative Clause Each teacher knows that first, students must master the construction of basic sentences. Basic sentences provide the building block for communication. For example, a student might write, “This is a dog.” A relative clause or adjective clause can be joined together to give more information about something. That is to say, it gives more information about the noun. As an example, the student might write, “This is a dog that is eating a bone.” To introduce a relative clause, include a relative pronoun (such as who, that, whose) or a relative adverb (when, where, why).

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Teaching The Future With Will: A Lesson Plan For ESL Teachers

"When to Teach the Future with Will? English language teachers usually teach the simple future tense after teaching the future with going to. It’s important to differentiate when we use will and when we use going to- this lesson does just that. This ready-to-teach lesson plan focuses on the positive form of will and even introduces the term shall. As well, students will learn about when to use will versus going to. Finally, you will teach students how to make predictions. This lesson is easy to follow and perfect as an introduction to the simple future tense. It is complete with picture-prompt activities and gap-fill exercises so your students will have ample opportunity to practice. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Life in Brazil: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

"When to use this lesson on life in Brazil? This lesson should be used to practice speaking skills with a student at a pre-intermediate level. The pre-intermediate level can be equated to the A2 level. In any case, you should use this lesson with a student that can use basic vocabulary to communicate in everyday situations. This lesson plan is a great opportunity for them to practice using the present simple tense to talk about life in Brazil. It is especially useful if you are looking for a fun, light lesson to teach. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Working As An Expat: A Free Speaking ESL Lesson Plan

When should “Working as an Expat” be used? “Working as an Expat” is a speaking lesson plan download aimed at students with intermediate proficiency levels and above. It is perfect for both individuals and groups, helping promote fluency in speaking and spark healthy discussion regarding the similarities and differences of working outside one’s home country. Before using this speaking lesson plan download, I advise you to familiarize yourself with your students’ cultural backgrounds along with the lesson content, to ensure that lesson material is inclusive and appropriate.

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The Business Of Philanthropy – A Free ESL Lesson Plan

For upper intermediate language students looking for a new challenge, this ESL Lesson Plan on the Business of Philanthropy offers an excellent reading activity.

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Idioms That Use Animal Vocabulary - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Idioms that use animal vocabulary: Animal idioms are tricky. Your student probably feels like a fish out of water, so kill two birds with one stone and teach them about animal idioms in their English class! If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Teaching The Present Simple Tense To ESL Students - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"What to focus on when teaching the present simple tense? In English, we use the present simple tense to talk about general truths, habits and unchanging situations. As you can imagine, it is used several times throughout an English speaker’s day. With this being said, it’s important to provide a solid foundational lesson so your students can use it correctly in the real world. If you want to take your teaching even further, help your students create notes for reference. Often enough, students will think that the only rule they need to remember is to, “add an -s to the end of the verb”. However, this is not always the case! Be sure to introduce them to the spelling changes that happen when using the present simple tense. For example, when using the present simple tense your students need to know what happens when a verb ends in -s,-sh or -ch. Finally, do not forget to work on pronunciation with your students. The –s sound can be difficult for ESL students of all levels so it’s necessary to practice saying words with it. This teacher-led lesson plan will help you do all of these things and more! If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Teach The Future Continuous – Free ESL Lesson Plan

When should you teach the Future Continuous to ESL students? It’s important to teach this topic at the right time. If you start teaching the Future Continuous too early, students can feel overwhelmed or demotivated. This lesson is designed for pre-intermediate students (B1 Level on the CEFR framework). Before you start this lesson, check the following: Can your students use the present continuous for actions in progress at the time of speaking? Can your students use the simple future with will? Have your students had exposure to the past continuous, for actions in progress at a point in the past? If your students have done all of the above three points, then they are ready to learn the Future Continuous.

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