Number one for English language teachers

Writing

A selection of writing-themed lesson shares including a nice story practising adjectives and a game to create stories for an imaginary newspaper.

Writing winning lessons

  • Complaining

    Author: Kat Robb

    Kat Robb wins the Lesson Share competition with this practical activity.

  • Emailing

    Author: Olya Sergeeva Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan

    Olya Sergeeva wins this month’s Lesson Share competition with a lesson designed to practise writing work-related emails.

  • Fun with articles

    Author: Andrew Starck Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan

    Andrew Starck wins this month’s Lesson Share competition with a lesson that practises using definite and indefinite articles.

  • Fun with interview techniques

    Author: Andrew Starck

    Andrew Starck wins the Lesson Share competition with this useful activity.

  • IELTS Report writing

    Author: Mairi Joanne Anderson

    Mairi Joanne Anderson wins the Lesson Share competition with this useful activity.

  • IELTS writing task 1 – line graphs

    Author: Mairi Joanne Anderson Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan

    Mairi Joanne Anderson wins the Lesson Share competition, focusing on how to describe trends and statistics in IELTS writing task 1.

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    Lesson Share: Spanish omelette

    Author: Zara Chew Level: Pre-intermediate Type: General lesson plan

    Zara Chew wins this month’s Lesson Share competition with a lesson that practises countable and uncountable nouns.

  • Writing: A nice story

    Author: Jane Richards Type: General lesson plan

    Jane Richards wins the Lesson Share competition with this original and useful lesson to encourage students to use a wide range of adjectives, rather than depending on high-frequency lexical items such as good, nice and bad.

  • Writing: Article writing for CAE / CPE

    Author: Jain Cook

    A comprehensive set of notes and exercises for students on how to write articles for advanced exams.

  • Writing: Blockbuster

    Author: Christa Hamilton

    Practising writing and speaking skills as revision or examination preparation.

  • Writing: Controlled narrative writing

    Author: Jackie McAvoy

    Jackie McAvoy wins the competition with a lesson that presents and practises narrative writing.

  • Writing: Creative writing

    Author: Marcia Murça

    Students summarize well-known stories.

  • Writing: Fun with formal letter writing

    Author: Alex Case

    A fun, interactive lesson to introduce formal letters for pre-intermediate and above. Students analyze useful sentence stems in context and then practise them with an interactive, competitive writing game.

  • Writing: Hollywood: Present perfect practice

    Author: Mark McKinnon

    The aim of this exercise is to practise the present perfect and past simple in an authentic context by producing a magazine article at the end of the lesson.

  • Writing: My life

    Author: Paul Ashe

    In this winning lesson by Paul Ashe, students compile an autobigraphy in English. Perfect for summer project work or for getting to know your class at the start of a new term.

  • Writing: The reporter game

    Author: Jonathan Lewis

    A game in which students create stories for an imaginary newspaper.

  • Writing: Writing a short play

    Author: Uzma Ahmad Level: Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: General lesson plan

    Students work in groups to write and perform a short play

  • Writing: Yearbooks

    Author: Chris Briggs

    A short but very useful lesson plan for the end of the school year. Students work together to write yearbook entries for each member of class.

  • You can't visit me because ...

    Author: Joanna Naporowska

    Joanna Naporowska wins the Lesson Share competition with this writing lesson designed to help students develop their creativity.

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