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Holiday In France: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

Suitable for intermediate learners, the lesson plan is built around the theme of holidays. It offers students the chance to practice their reading skills while learning about intensifiers, idioms and informal language.

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Reading - Interview With Chef Drolet - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Interview With Chef Drolet – In this lesson, students will learn new vocabulary related to food and talk about the food in their own countries. Students of all ages and levels will appreciate this lesson. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Speaking - Fears and Phobias - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Fears and Phobias This lesson plan is designed for upper-intermediate students and introduces new vocabulary related to fears and phobias. You should prompt students to talk about what scares them using the questions and vocabulary provided. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Practice-Makes-Progress!

This introduction hyperdoc is for elementary school orchestra students that are new to hyperdocs and flipgrid.

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Adjectives Ending in -ed And -ing: A Free Lesson Plan For ESL Teachers

"When to teach adjectives ending in -ed and -ing? This is a great lesson to use with pre-intermediate students. Though parts of it can be used with beginner students and as a review for more advanced students. The point of this lesson is to give students the ability to differentiate between similar-looking adjectives in English. When teaching adjectives ending in –ed and –ing you will cover words like boring and bored which tend to confuse new speakers. So if you find that one of your students is struggling with adjectives this is the right lesson to teach. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Journey Through Space

Students will learn about the different planets in our solar system. Students will understand the order of the planets in the solar system. Students will be able to identify basic characteristics of each planet.

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Idioms Describing Love - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Idioms describing love: If your student is asked to go on a blind date, do you think they’ll know what it means? Maybe not, so use this lesson to teach them about idioms describing love. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Phrasal Verbs – An Introductory Lesson For Your ESL Class

"What is a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is a combination of two or three words including a base verb. The whole phrase acts as a verb that is different from the base verb used. For example, to pick is different from to pick up or to pick out. As well, many phrasal verbs use the same base verb with different adverbs and prepositions, creating phrasal verbs with entirely different meanings. To complicate things further, there are different categories of phrasal verbs: transitive, intransitive, separable and non-separable. Even though phrasal verbs are often confusing for new English learners, they can still be fun to teach and learn. The English language is full of phrasal verbs and English speakers use them constantly. They are often dreaded by students but there are ways to learn them without the hassle and even a little fun. Therefore, Off2Class has created this handy introductory lesson plan that you can use with your intermediate-level ESL students. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Possessive Nouns – Free ESL Lesson Plan

When should you teach the Possessive Nouns lesson? Possessive nouns help identify ownership — that something belongs to someone or something else. This lesson teaches students how to use an apostrophe followed by an s (‘s) for people, time words and without a noun. It also enables understanding of how to add an apostrophe after a plural noun that ends in -s, or names that end in -s. The lesson is suitable for elementary level students and can be taught to children, teenagers and adults. Our ESL lesson library also includes lessons on nouns and articles that will help prepare students for this material. We recommend three lessons — Subject Pronouns (N1.1), Object Pronouns (N2.1) and The Basic Use of the Verb to be (VS1.1) — as pre-requisites.

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