Extended lesson, C1 level. Listening comprehension based on a documentary movie voiceover. Reading and responding to a review of a recent book. Identifying synonyms and their use in making descriptions more colourful. Vocabulary relating to movement and conflict. ‘Quite’ with gradable and non-gradable adjectives. Speaking on themes including cats’ habits, navigating and getting lost. Writing a description of a map drawn from imagination.
Complete lesson, B2-C1 level. Naming parts of a car. Using driving-related verbs to describe manoeuvres and processes on the road. Understanding directions given by an instructor or examiner.
An idea for how to build a fast-paced and entertaining lesson out of a set of role-play scenarios. Suitable for any level, and includes a downloadable example aimed at A2 students.
Complete English lesson, B2-C1 level. Includes specific vocabulary for describing bank accounts and their terms and conditions and general vocabulary for interacting with customer service agents.
Complete lesson, C1 level. Speaking about the effects of foods on the body. Vocabulary to describe symptoms and causes of illnesses. Listening for overall meaning and for detail. Reading and understanding a long text about historical food-related diseases.