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Encourage your students to build English fluency with communicative activities such as role-plays, discussions, and conversations about topics that are essential for them.
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Students are introduced to and review English grammar.
Grammar is taught using fun, communicative activities, matching and gap fill activities as well as scripted conversations and role-plays. Verb tenses, prepositions, conditionals, countable and uncountable nouns, comparatives and superlatives, articles, modals for advice, permission and obligation, and much more!
These topics are trending now and your adult and young adult ESL/EFL students want to learn how to talk about them. Each ‘In the News’ Handout has 2 or 3 pages of lesson material aimed at Elementary: A2 to Advanced: C2 English learners. Each ‘In the News’ current events Handout features an audio track so your students can practice listening to native English speakers.
Watch your students using English with enthusiasm. Let’s go Places uses original color pictures that look great and your students will appreciate that, but don’t worry, they look great in black and white as well!
English teaching articles and educational ideas written by educators with extension TEFL experience to help you teach the best English lesson you can.