Are you an ELT teacher with a great lesson to share? Join the Lesson Share competition on onestopenglish and share your ideas with our community of over 700,000 teachers around the world.
Simply complete the entry form and send us your student worksheet, teacher's notes, and any additional material your lesson needs.
If your materials are chosen as the winner, you'll work with our professional team of ELT editors to have your lesson professionally edited, designed, and published on our site. You'll also receive a year's subscription to onestopenglish.
What is the Lesson Share Competition
The Lesson Share competition on onestopenglish started in order to address two very common situations in ELT. Almost all ELT teachers have overheard a colleague in the staffroom desperately searching for a way to teach some particular aspect of English and we have turned to that colleague and said ”I’ve got a great lesson on that”. Almost as many ELT teachers have looked at the material in our course book and wondered “How do I get my great lessons published?”.
The monthly Lesson Share competition gives you the chance to do exactly that—share your great lessons with ELT professionals around the world. Simply complete the competition entry form below and send us your Student Worksheet, your Teacher’s Notes and any other additional material your lesson needs. If your Lesson Share materials win that month’s competition, you will:
work with our professional team of ELT editors on your lesson materials
have your lesson professionally edited, designed and published
share your lessons with 1000s of other teachers, all over the world
win a year’s subscription to onestopenglish
Your lesson can be on any skill or language point and can be tailored to young learners, teenagers, or adults. Just make sure to include a complete set of materials, including a student worksheet and teacher's notes, and offer original ideas and suggestions for adapting the materials for different abilities. Be sure to also provide a clear objective for the students and a clear procedure for teachers.
How do I enter the Lesson Share competition?
Create a Student Worksheet and Teacher's Notes for a lesson of 30 minutes or more. The lesson should include a specific topic, skill or language point. Please specify the level of proficiency and target age of the students.
Send an email to email@example.com with your lesson plan and attach the completed Lesson Share entry form (available soon), Student Worksheet, Teacher's Notes and any other additional material your lesson needs.
Enter any day of the month, any month—there is no closing date for the competition
If you win, our professional team of ELT editors will contact you to work with you on your lesson materials
Please note: onestopenglish is unable to publish any entries which contain copyright materials, e.g., texts, images, music, video, etc. All materials must be in English and be created by the person entering the competition.
What kind of lessons win the Lesson Share competition?
Any lesson can win but all winning lessons have the following features:
Complete set of materials: Student Worksheet and Teacher's Notes (and any other additional material)
Flexibility—Winning lessons can be used in the classroom or online and suggest ways to adapt materials for different abilities.
Clear objective for the students—It must be clear what students will be able to do at the end of the lesson.
Clear procedure for teachers—Some teachers using your materials might be inexperienced or looking for a last-minute lesson with no time for extra preparation. The materials must be clear and easy to use.
Correct answers for all exercises
Need inspiration for your lesson? Follow our guide on creating lesson share materials and read interviews with previous winners. You can also check out a case study from a school of multiple lesson share winners.
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