This is part of a series of posts about how to create lesson plans that get results with minimal extra effort from teachers. We’ve already
In the first post on this topic, we saw the importance of making sure that students get to learn, practise and use any new vocabulary
I’ve recently started to like the word powerful a lot. Powerful is different from excellent. Excellent is something people say when they’re judging the idea
Phrases for negotiating and persuading. Selling a product. Listening for details in a TV sketch. What do you see in the pictures? What links the
Describing things that you dislike. Using relative pronouns and relative clauses. Reading and reordering a short text. Listening for specific information.