In today's post, I want to show you what is my rational process when doing online research for materials for my lesson plans. As I previously mentioned, I do not enjoy taking a lesson plan from a website and apply it entirely as it is to my lesson. Mostly, because it may not be suitable … Continue reading Critical Evaluation: Linguahouse – Conjunctions
One of the most fun lessons that I ever gave was on British Slang. Why? Because it was directly related to what learners hear every day (if they live in England). Therefore, if you have a group of foreign speakers living in England I would suggest to talk about British slang. If, however, you are … Continue reading Activity for a lesson focused on British Slang
As a teacher myself, I find that sometimes I run out of ideas to make the lessons fun. This post will document how I get around to do the best possible during the lesson planning stage. As well as provide support for newly graduated teachers or teachers in training during this stage. Deciding an area/subject … Continue reading Tips for teachers during planning stage!!
This lesson plan was developed in order to help learners with functional skills such as agreeing and disagreeing. This type of language development is important for learners that are living in an English speaking country or for learners that are learning English for Business reasons. This lesson was devised for a 60 minutes long lesson … Continue reading Intermediate Lesson Plan – Debating functional language
This lesson plan was created aiming at students that are learning Portuguese, most specifically European Portuguese. This is the first lesson out of 12, of 60 minutes. You will be able to notice on the lesson plan grid that I have planned for 50/45 minutes as if you are a teacher you will be aware … Continue reading Portuguese Lesson plan