Number one for English language teachers

Grammar

  • Language metaphors: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Simon Mumford delivers a brain-twisting winning lesson that uses metaphors to help students learn grammatical structures.

  • Grammar: Past tense card game: Teacher's notes

    Author: Stephen Hooper Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A simple game designed to help with reviewing past tense questions and answers - (adaptable to other grammatical forms).

  • Grammar: You must not: Worksheet 2

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practice in using negative obligations You must not

  • Grammar: Card game for countables and uncountables: Worksheet

    Author: Mirjana Vasiljev Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Developing skills relating to asking for and giving information about quantities, degrees of quantities, speaking about containers and places where things are put.

  • Grammar: Figure it out: Worksheet 1

    Author: Candida Palma Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise using modals of deduction

  • Grammar: How to prepare it: Teacher's notes

    Author: Katarzyna Staszczyszyn Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise imperatives; learn useful vocabulary; use sequence connectors; learn how to write a recipe

  • Grammar: Countable vs uncountable nouns: Teacher's notes

    Author: Megan Dominichelli Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To develop countable and uncountable nouns along with the structures: there is / aren't / should be. The roleplay focuses on shopping and the language needed for complaining.

  • The shape of English grammar: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Simon Mumford wins the competition again with a very visual lesson that uses diagrams to revise grammar constructions.

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Worksheet 1

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: Personality assessment task: Worksheet 1

    Author: Andrea Zibung Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To improve vocabulary when describing character, especially when dealing with literature (most of the time students use good, bad, happy, nice).

  • Grammar: Yoga in the classroom: Lesson plan

    Author: Fari Greenaway Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    An original take on teaching imperatives. This active drama lesson provides a great opportunity for bodily-kinaesthetic learners in the classroom.

  • Active listening: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    Gabrielle Jones wins the competition with lesson that practises using question tags and asking follow-up questions.  

  • Grammar: Preposition bingo: Lesson plan

    Author: Tom Swietlik

    Do as follow-up consolidation practice to a grammar-focus lesson on verb/adjective plus preposition patterns.

  • Pawn shop: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Maria Sándor’s winning lesson incorporates a role-play that practises both negotiation skills and the present simple vs present continuous.  

  • Grammar: Tag teams: Lesson plan

    Author: Paul Charles Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise making tag questions by guessing information about other students.

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Worksheet 4

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: Money - just imagine! Lesson plan

    Author: Paul Ashe Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    For the introduction and practice of first and second conditionals, including oral practice.

  • Grammar: Can you do it: Lesson plan

    Author: Lindsay Clandfield Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To present the modal verb can (for ability) using a game of questions.

  • Grammar: Teacher trumps: Worksheet 1

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practice boasting, comparisons / superlatives

  • Grammar: Past tense practice with hilarity: Lesson plan

    Author: Chris Clayton Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    An enjoyable way to learn and practise new verbs using the past tense.

  • Grammar: Present perfect continuous game: Worksheet

    Author: Andrea Zibung Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students use the present perfect continuous in a game based on jobs.

  • Grammar: Personality traits: Worksheet 1

    Author: Bozena Zuchowska Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To consolidate understanding of adjectives to describe people's qualities.

  • Grammar: Should I stay or should I go: Worksheet

    Author: Ana Paula Guerra Gil Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Teaching should using a song.

  • Grammar: Meeting word partnerships: Lesson plan

    Author: Kirby Vincent Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Introduce students to the collocations of the word ‘meeting’ and give them practice using them.

  • Grammar: Name that city: The cost of living: Worksheet 2

    Author: Andrew Drummond Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To provide practice of the grammar of making comparisons.

  • Grammar: Countable vs uncountable nouns: Worksheet 3

    Author: Megan Dominichelli Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To develop countable and uncountable nouns along with the structures: there is / aren't / should be. The roleplay focuses on shopping and the language needed for complaining.

  • Grammar: My alibi: Worksheet

    Author: Alexandra Hicks Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise past continuous interrupted by another action or by a specific time in a business setting.

  • Grammar: The sentence machine: Worksheet

    Author: Laura Meseguer Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To strengthen the students' knowledge of grammatical rules in the combination and formation of English sentences; to revise English verb tenses.

  • Grammar: Figure it out: Teacher's notes

    Author: Candida Palma Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise using modals of deduction

  • Prefixes: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Svetlana Urisman wins the Lesson Share competition with an engaging board game activity to help students revise word formation using prefixes.

  • Grammar: Reporting verbs: Lesson plan

    Author: Vicky Craig Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To get students practising and using reporting verbs.

  • Grammar: Vocabulary (extreme adjectives): Teacher's notes

    Author: Sherry Maisey Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Vocabulary development stress and intonation practice

  • Grammar: The adverb game: Teacher's notes

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise adverbs

  • Grammar: The past and future forms of 'be able to': Lesson plan

    Author: Gordon Myskow Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Provide students with the tools to explain reasons for absence clearly and politely.

  • Grammar: Magazine interview role-play: Teacher's notes

    Author: Nicky Rigby Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising used to with an interview roleplay. Since the topic is mainly about the differences between men and women it can also be used for comparatives.

  • Grammar: Phrasal verbs card games: Worksheet 2

    Author: Greta Gabriela Grigoroiu Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising phrasal verbs

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Worksheet 2

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: Personality assessment task: Worksheet 2

    Author: Andrea Zibung Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To improve vocabulary when describing character, especially when dealing with literature (most of the time students use good, bad, happy, nice).

  • Holiday activities: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Shala Barczewska wins the competition with a seasonal lesson plan on how to talk about holidays, practising past tenses and third conditionals.

  • Grammar: Professions: Lesson plan

    Author: Ana Barrul Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To revise vocabulary and general knowledge referred to professions; to reinforce speaking activities and cooperative work; to revise simple present in context

  • Grammar: Past tense card game: Worksheet

    Author: Stephen Hooper Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A simple game designed to help with reviewing past tense questions and answers - (adaptable to other grammatical forms).

  • Grammar: Embedded question drill: Lesson plan

    Author: Colin Finnerty Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To provide learners with an opportunity to practise the word order of embedded questions.

  • Grammar: You must not: Worksheet 3

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practice in using negative obligations You must not

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Lesson plan

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: You must not: Teacher's notes

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practice in using negative obligations You must not

  • Grammar: Wishes and regrets: Lesson plan

    Author: Vicky Craig Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise expressing wishes and regrets, reading for specific info, dialogue building, fluency

  • Grammar: Countable vs uncountable nouns: Worksheet 1

    Author: Megan Dominichelli Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To develop countable and uncountable nouns along with the structures: there is / aren't / should be. The roleplay focuses on shopping and the language needed for complaining.

  • Grammar: Personality traits: Worksheet 2

    Author: Bozena Zuchowska Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To consolidate understanding of adjectives to describe people's qualities.

  • Grammar: Should I stay or should I go: Worksheet

    Author: Ana Paula Guerra Gil Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Teaching should using a song.

  • Grammar: Present continuous with PowerPoint: Worksheet

    Author: Danica Krapez Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Teaching English in computer classes or using multimedia; introducing the present continuous

  • Grammar: Name that city: The cost of living: Worksheet 1

    Author: Andrew Drummond Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To provide practice of the grammar of making comparisons.

  • Grammar: Bargaining: Lesson plan

    Author: Philip Borrell Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To present common verb and noun collocations related to household activities; to present and provide speaking practice in using the first conditional for bargaining and negotiating including a card game.

  • Grammar: Present perfect continuous game: Teacher's notes

    Author: Andrea Zibung Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students use the present perfect continuous in a game based on jobs.

  • Grammar: What's been changed: Lesson plan

    Author: Tom Swietlik Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    This is an integrated skills activity with an emphasis on speaking practice using the Present Perfect Simple Passive (vs. Active) in a very active, functional and fun way.

  • Grammar: The adverb game: Worksheet 2

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise adverbs

  • Grammar: Pub quiz: Lesson plan

    Author: Nicky Rigby Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A quiz game for present and past simple question forms (writing and speaking)

  • Grammar: Teacher trumps: Worksheet 2

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practice boasting, comparisons / superlatives

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Teacher's notes

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: Can't you be more positive: Lesson plan

    Author: Tom Swietlik Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    This is primarily a fluency-based lesson to develop students’ phrase-building skills with language chunks based on the keyword ‘can’t’.

  • Grammar: Magazine interview role-play: Worksheet

    Author: Nicky Rigby Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising used to with an interview roleplay. Since the topic is mainly about the differences between men and women it can also be used for comparatives.

  • Grammar: Phrasal verbs card games: Worksheet 3

    Author: Greta Gabriela Grigoroiu Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising phrasal verbs

  • Grammar: On the cards: Lesson plan

    Author: Maria Sandor Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Activities to practise irregular verbs in the past.

  • The Titanic: Lesson plan

    Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Emily Ballard’s historic lesson provides a unique way to practise forming sentences in the third conditional.

  • Grammar: Card game for countables and uncountables: Teacher's notes

    Author: Mirjana Vasiljev Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Developing skills relating to asking for and giving information about quantities, degrees of quantities, speaking about containers and places where things are put.

  • Grammar: Figure it out: Worksheet 2

    Author: Candida Palma Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise using modals of deduction

  • Grammar: How to prepare it: Worksheet

    Author: Katarzyna Staszczyszyn Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practise imperatives; learn useful vocabulary; use sequence connectors; learn how to write a recipe

  • Grammar: Phrasal verbs card games: Teacher's notes

    Author: Greta Gabriela Grigoroiu Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising phrasal verbs

  • Grammar: Personality assessment task: Teacher's notes

    Author: Andrea Zibung Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To improve vocabulary when describing character, especially when dealing with literature (most of the time students use good, bad, happy, nice).

  • Grammar: Making instant decisions: Lesson plan

    Author: Marijana Macura Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Introduce will or won't for instant decisions; provide fluency practice using will or won't

  • Grammar: Should I stay or should I go: Teacher's notes

    Author: Ana Paula Guerra Gil Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Teaching should using a song.

  • Grammar: Using proverbs: Lesson plan

    Author: Simon Mumford Level: Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A lesson to teach proverbs and use them to remind students of, and clarify, language rules which may cause them difficulties.

  • Grammar: Name that city: The cost of living: Teacher's notes

    Author: Andrew Drummond Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To provide practice of the grammar of making comparisons.

  • Grammar: You must not: Worksheet 1

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practice in using negative obligations You must not

  • Grammar: The future's bright: Lesson plan

    Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Gráine Lavin wins the Lesson Share competition with this fun lesson about making predictions for students to practise using will for the future.

  • Grammar: Smart crackle cakes: Lesson plan

    Author: Natasha Mauger Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise the passive form by converting imperative instructions to passive descriptions, followed by free practice of the passive.

  • Grammar: Countable vs uncountable nouns: Worksheet 2

    Author: Megan Dominichelli Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To develop countable and uncountable nouns along with the structures: there is / aren't / should be. The roleplay focuses on shopping and the language needed for complaining.

  • Grammar: Broken hearts and fish out of water: Lesson plan

    Author: John McCarthy Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A reading, speaking and writing activity designed to present and practice time clauses.

  • Grammar: Present continuous with PowerPoint: Teacher's notes

    Author: Danica Krapez Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Teaching English in computer classes or using multimedia; introducing the present continuous

  • Grammar: Teacher trumps: Teacher's Notes

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practice boasting, comparisons / superlatives

  • Grammar: Rock band role-play: Worksheet 3

    Author: Chelsea Lord Level: Elementary Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students work on a press release about a rock band, practising use of the present perfect.

  • Grammar: Let me talk about my life: Lesson plan

    Author: Andrew Briston Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Students will produce a poster from magazine pictures documenting aspects of their life-experience. Students get oral and written practice of the present perfect for experience and the past simple in relation to their own lives.

  • Grammar: Phrasal verbs: Lesson plan

    Author: Karina Maganti Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    A phrasal verb board game

  • Grammar: Personality traits: Teacher's notes

    Author: Bozena Zuchowska Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To consolidate understanding of adjectives to describe people's qualities.

  • Grammar: The no-go game: Lesson plan

    Author: Margot McCamley Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising past tense sentences

  • Grammar: The adverb game: Worksheet 1

    Author: Jim Davies Level: Intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise adverbs

  • Grammar: Card game for irregular verbs: Lesson plan

    Author: Julia Schröder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Pupils practise irregular verbs with games, using short sentences and / or single words in English.

  • Grammar: 2010 World Cup: Lesson plan

    Author: Michelle Worgan Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Michelle Worgan gives us a dose of World Cup fever with her winning Lesson Share entry that practises the first conditional.

  • Memories of the past: Lesson plan

    Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Simon Mumford wins the Lesson Share competition with a unique way to help students remember irregular past tense forms.

  • Grammar: Phrasal verbs card games: Worksheet 1

    Author: Greta Gabriela Grigoroiu Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Practising phrasal verbs

  • Grammar: A very bad day: Lesson plan

    Author: Lucia Walliams Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Lucia Walliams wins the Lesson Share competition with a fun lesson on the third conditional.

  • Grammar: My alibi: Teacher's notes

    Author: Alexandra Hicks Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise past continuous interrupted by another action or by a specific time in a business setting.

  • Grammar: 'Meet the Parents': Lesson plan

    Author: Mark McKinnon Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To practise and contrast the past simple and present perfect and give students listening practice of these structures in context; promotes the use of video as a useful classroom tool; includes a great warmer 'lie-detector test.'

  • Grammar: The sentence machine: Teacher's notes

    Author: Laura Meseguer Level: Starter/beginner, Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    To strengthen the students' knowledge of grammatical rules in the combination and formation of English sentences; to revise English verb tenses.

  • Grammar: Vocabulary (extreme adjectives): Worksheet

    Author: Sherry Maisey Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan Print material

    Vocabulary development stress and intonation practice

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