Here are some practical ideas for writing fluency activities.
Pre-reading Students download the following presentation and talk about what countries are represented in them. During-Reading #1 Students check the following three articles: Top 10 Highly Developed Countries in the World Top 10 Highly Developed Countries Top 15 Most Developed Countries in the World #2 and they are going to talk to their classmates about … Continue reading Lesson Plan: Highly Developed Countries
Objective: Requesting and Offering in order to solve different situations face to face or by email Target Phrases Could you give me a hand? Would you mind helping me out? Can you do me a favor? Would you like a bit of help? I wonder if you could help me with that How to respond … Continue reading Task-Based Lesson: Requesting and Offering Help
Level: Intermediate Objective: Describing Professionals and the tasks they do Target Vocabulary and Grammar Professions: Manager Accountant Secretary Clerk Cashier Assistant Bank Teller Doctor Police Officer Professor Receptionist Supervisor Journalist Real State Agent Architech Police Officer Enterpreneur Factory Worker Website Designers Translator Engineer It Professional Tasks To design Websites To sell properties To keep people safe To … Continue reading Task-Based Lesson: Describing Professionals and the Tasks They Do
Touchstone 1 - Scope and Sequence All about you In class Favorite People Every day Life Free time Neighborhoods Out and About Shopping A Wide World Busy Lives Looking Back Fabulous Food Touchstone 2 - Scope and Sequence Making Friends Interests Health Celebrations Growing Up Around Town Going Away At Home Things Happen Communication Appearances Looking … Continue reading Course Books: Touchstone
What's Reader's Theater? Readers Theater is a dramatic presentation of a written work in a script form. Readers read from a "script" and reading parts are divided among the readers. No memorization, costumes, blocking, or special lighting is needed. Scripts are held by the readers. Lines are not memorized. The focus is on reading the text … Continue reading Introduction to Drama: Reader’s Theater
Hamlet is a 1990 drama film based on the Shakespearean tragedy of the same name directed by Franco Zeffirelli and starring Mel Gibson as the eponymous character. Wanna watch the movie? First make sure to have an adblocker installed in your internet browser so you don't have to deal with misleading and annoying ads. In case … Continue reading Films: Hamlet (1990)
Vocabulary Next to , Across from , Between ,Behind , Near, At the end, In front of , Around the corner, Block, Street , Avenue, Opposite, Turn Left, Turn Right, To go , To Walk , To Stop , To Drive, South , North , East, West, Straight , To Cross, To Get , Main, Miles … Continue reading Great Teaching Ideas: Give and Follow Directions