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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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Teaching The Past Perfect Simple – An ESL Lesson Plan For Teachers

"What is the Past Perfect Tense? In English, the past perfect tense is used to describe the relationship between two actions that happened in the past. Using had + past participle makes the order of the two events clear. For example, one can say, “I had studied English before I moved to Australia”. This sentence is clear and concise. As well, one can see the past perfect contained in the if clause in the third conditional. Ultimately, the past perfect is used in complex sentences, which may be why new English learners are so intimidated by it. Don’t worry, with practice your students will be confident expressing their ideas using the past perfect. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Teaching The Future With Will: A Lesson Plan For ESL Teachers

"When to Teach the Future with Will? English language teachers usually teach the simple future tense after teaching the future with going to. It’s important to differentiate when we use will and when we use going to- this lesson does just that. This ready-to-teach lesson plan focuses on the positive form of will and even introduces the term shall. As well, students will learn about when to use will versus going to. Finally, you will teach students how to make predictions. This lesson is easy to follow and perfect as an introduction to the simple future tense. It is complete with picture-prompt activities and gap-fill exercises so your students will have ample opportunity to practice. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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A Free ESL Lesson Plan on Cinema

"When to teach this lesson plan? If you are looking for a speaking lesson to use with intermediate-level students, then this is a perfect lesson to use. This lesson plan on cinema is designed to use with students that are looking to increase their fluency in speaking English. This lesson should not be used to teach beginner-level students that are still learning to form basic sentences in English. 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 - Facebook and Social Media - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Facebook and Social Media This lesson plan on the topic of social media is designed for higher-level students. When teaching this lesson, encourage students to think, share, and debate using the images and questions 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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Speaking - Working Remotely Online - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan

"Working Remotely and Online This lesson plan was designed for upper-intermediate students, and it is especially relevant to our world today. It features new vocabulary and reading exercises that put the vocabulary into a clear context. You can prompt students to discuss and debate using the pictures, 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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An Advanced ESL Lesson Plan On Conspiracy Theories

"When to use this lesson plan on conspiracy theories? This is an advanced ESL lesson that is designed to introduce vocabulary about conspiracy theories. This lesson plan on conspiracy theories promotes fluency in speaking as it includes controlled and free tasks. Also please keep in mind the conversational nature of this topic. I strongly advise you to review this lesson on conspiracy theories before teaching it. In any case, you will have so much fun teaching this lesson as it covers so many interesting and conversational topics. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Life In Australia: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

"When to use this lesson plan on life in Australia? This lesson plan is perfect for practicing and developing speaking skills. With that being said, you should use it with a student(s) at a pre-intermediate level in English. This essentially means that a student can engage in short, unplanned conversations about everyday life. Essentially this lesson provides a student with the opportunity to ask and answer questions about life in Australia. Don’t forget, this lesson is perfect to use with individual students or groups. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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A Vocabulary Lesson Plan On Sports And Leisure

"When to use this lesson plan on sports and leisure? As I mentioned prior, this is a perfect lesson for Elementary English Learners. Meaning, your student(s) should have a basic knowledge of functional English. Elementary English Learners should be able to ask and answer basic questions in English as well as have a growing vocabulary. Personally, I refer to this level of English as “Tourist English”. In any case this lesson is perfect to use to help introduce the most common vocabulary items related to roots, hobbies, pastimes and leisure time. Finally, before teaching this lesson it is important to confirm that your student(s) can form sentences in the “present simple” tense. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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