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The Best Crepes in Paris

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video about the best crepes in Paris. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about sweet foods, Paris, and crepes. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on prepositions of place and movement. In the cooperation activity, students can have fun creating a menu, asking for recommendations, or practice writing.
Speaking:
Sweet Foods, Crepes, Paris
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ Questions, Phrases
Grammar:
Prepositions of Place / Movement
Cooperation:
Create a Menu, Ask for Recommendations, Creative Writing

Top 10 Places to Visit in Chile

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video about the top places to travel in Chile. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about the city where you live, making recommendations, and the outdoors. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on definite and indefinite articles. In the cooperation activity, students can recommend things to do when traveling. It includes a bonus activity where students can give directions.
Speaking:
Travel, Recommendations in your City / Country, Giving Directions
Viewing:
Short Answers, Fill in the Blanks
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ Questions, Dialogue
Grammar:
Definite & Indefinite Articles
Cooperation:
Recommendations for Visitors / Travelers

Top Places for Travel This Year

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video about the top travel destinations this year. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about traveling, free time, making recommendations, and vacations. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on have + got + noun and have + got + infinitive. In the cooperation activity, students can create a dialogue conversation about travel.
Speaking:
Free Time, Travel, Recommendations, Vacations
Viewing:
Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ Questions, Dialogue
Grammar:
Have + Got + Noun / Have + Got + Infinitive
Cooperation:
Dialogue Conversation about Travel

Experience NYC with Locals

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video about Airbnb Experiences in New York City. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about traveling, Airbnb, hosts, guests, and New York City. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on the passive voice. In the cooperation activity, students can create an Airbnb 'Experiences' ad and write an inquiry to an Airbnb host.
Speaking:
Traveling, Airbnb, New York City
Viewing:
Choose the Correct Word, Fill in the Blanks, Matching
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ Questions, Phrases, Dialogue
Grammar:
Passive Voice
Cooperation:
Create an Airbnb Ad, Write an Inquiry

How to Handle Questions from the Audience

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to handle questions from an audience. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about taking questions as a presenter. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on past modal verbs. In the cooperation activity, students write about problems, present them, and ask questions.
Speaking:
Handling Audience Questions, Taking Questions
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ
Grammar:
Past Modal Verbs
Cooperation:
Taking Questions

How to Conclude a Presentation

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to end a presentation. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about concluding a presentation. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on modal verbs. In the cooperation activity, students write and present the end of a motivational speech.
Speaking:
Ending Presentations, Concluding Phrases
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False, Special Terms
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Parts of Speech, Bonus Terms, CCQ
Grammar:
Modal Verbs
Cooperation:
Writing / Presenting the End of a Speech

BBC - Using Graphs

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about different kinds of graphs and examples of what kind of data they present. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about describing and explaining graphs. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on how to use tenses when explaining graphs. In the cooperation activity, students create a graph and describe it.
Speaking:
Different Kinds of Graphs, Describing Graphs
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Adjectives & Verbs for Describing Graphs
Grammar:
How to use the tenses to describe graphs
Cooperation:
Creating and Explaining Graphs

How to Calm Your Nerves Before a Presentation

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to calm nerves before a presentation. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about calming nerves and how to make welcome remarks. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on how to use even, even though, and even if. In the cooperation activity, students create a presentation on a 'How to...' topic.
Speaking:
Welcome Remarks, Handling Nerves
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ
Grammar:
How to Use: Even, Even if, Even though
Cooperation:
Role Play - 'How to...' Presentation

How to Start a Presentation

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to start a presentation. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about presentations and how to start strongly. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on how to use 'going to' and 'will'. In the cooperation activity, students create a presentation introduction.
Speaking:
Introduction, Starting a Presentation
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False, Put Topics in Order
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Prepositions, CCQ
Grammar:
How to Use 'Be + Going to' and 'Will'
Cooperation:
Role Play - Create a Presentation Introduction

Phone Call: Customer Order Taking

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video of a sample customer service call for placing an order. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about exchanging information, spelling emails, and customer service. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic. For grammar, students do an activity on modal verbs for polite requests. In the cooperation activity, students do a customer service call role play.
Speaking:
Exchanging Information, Customer Service, Spelling Emails
Viewing:
Short Answers, Correct the Mistakes, Phrases Used
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Multiple Choice, CCQ, Images + Discussion
Grammar:
Modal Verbs for Polite Requests
Cooperation:
Role play - Customer Service Call

How to Leave a Voicemail

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to leave a voicemail and then hear a sample sales voicemail. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about voicemail greetings and leaving voicemails. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic. For grammar, students do an activity on prepositions. In the cooperation activity, students do a role play for leaving a voicemail and creating a voicemail greeting.
Speaking:
Voicemail Greetings, Leaving Voicemails
Viewing:
Short Answers
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ, Additional Voicemail Expressions
Grammar:
Prepositions
Cooperation:
Role Play - Leaving Voicemails, Creating Voicemail Greeting

How to End a Call or Visit Gracefully

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to end a call, conversation, or visit gracefully. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about reacting to proposals and ending phone calls. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on reported speech with say and tell. In the cooperation activity, students do a role play for ending a call.
Speaking:
Reacting to Proposals, Ending Phone Calls
Viewing:
Short Answers, True / False
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Phrasal Verbs, CCQ
Grammar:
Reported Speech: Say and Tell
Cooperation:
Role Play - Ending a Phone Call

How to End a Meeting - Team Effectiveness

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about how to end a meeting. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about ending meetings properly. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to this topic. For grammar, students do an activity on the difference between each, every, all, and whole. In the cooperation activity, students can practice ending meetings.
Speaking:
Closing Meetings, Quotes about Meetings
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ, Parts of Speech
Grammar:
Difference between each, every, all, whole
Cooperation:
Ending a Meeting

How to Make Clear and Concise Points

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video about making concise points at meetings. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about reporting progress, making points, and managing interruptions in meetings. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. For grammar, students do an activity on the difference between due to, because of, thanks to, as a result, and therefore. In the cooperation activity, students can practice making points at meetings.
Speaking:
Reporting Progress, Interruptions, Making Points, Product Release
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, CCQ, Parts of Speech
Grammar:
Cause & Effect: Due to, Because of, Thanks to, As a result, Therefore
Cooperation:
Making Points

Chairing a Meeting

In this Business English lesson plan for adults, students watch a video of an example corporate meeting. It includes discussion questions and conversation activities about agreeing and disagreeing, starting a meeting, and expressing opinions. Students learn some important vocabulary terms related to these topics. Students also do some activities using the important expressions and phrases they learned from the video. In the cooperation activity, students can do an example role play of a meeting, agreeing, disagreeing, and expressing opinions.
Speaking:
Agreeing, Disagreeing, Expressing Opinions at Meetings
Viewing:
Short Answers, Multiple Choice
Vocabulary:
Definition Matching, Context Usage, Phrases and Expressions
Grammar:
Transforming Phrases
Cooperation:
Role Play Meeting - Agreeing, Disagreeing, Expressing Opinions