Tagged: Lesson plans

Subject-Verb Agreement Lesson Plan 1

Subject-Verb Agreement Lesson Plan

This activity will help students be able to identify the verb and the subject of any sentence and discover how the verb must agree with the subject in number regardless of the word (s)...

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Spell the words

This language activity can be used to teach the alphabet or review vocabulary. Before you start the activity Spell a name slowly to the students, writing it on the board as you do so....

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Teaching cause and effect

A lesson plan in three steps The objective of this activity is to help students understand cause and effect relationships, recognize them when reading and use them in their writing and speaking. Activity: Step...

The elements of a paragraph 1

The elements of a paragraph

This activity helps students identify the elements of a paragraph and learn how to write a paragraph. The materials required are envelopes containing individual sentences, a tape and sheets of paper.The paragraphs can be...

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Role play

Speaking is one of the most important language skills. Few activities help students stimulate this skill. Role Play is one of them. It is the best way to simulate conversation and can be an...

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Action verbs game for English language learners!

Nothing can be more motivating and effective in a language teaching classroom than doing things with words. This game helps students review action verbs and fosters their long-term retention of these verbs. The materials...

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Introducing yourself and family members

This is an activity that will help students develop both the vocabulary related to “family” and the ability to talk about themselves and family members. Materials required are papers and pencils. The activity can...

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Food vocabulary activity

Activity: This activity can be used to review vocabulary related to food, dishes, food cultural differences, healthy and unhealthy food… Objective: to introduce new vocabulary related to food, to  know about eating habits in...

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Bingo With Opposites

This game can be used to review vocabulary such as opposites. But it might be adapted to teach any language point. Some of its advantages are the following: Students learn through doing. It brings...