Employable Me

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MAIN ACTIVITIES collocations with impression, talking about work, watching clips from a documentary about job seekers with neurological conditions such as autism and Tourette syndrome.

SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, pre-advanced (B2.2) and above

Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.


Household Objects

spatula fish slice

http://flickr.com/eltpics by @borap, used under a CC Attribution Non-Commercial license, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/

 

MAIN ACTIVITIES discussing and writing descriptions, watching a clip, using online Star Wars vocabulary flashcards

SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, intermediate (B1) and above

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Beetle Brawl

 

wheee! by Sharkhats

wheee! by Sharkhats is licensed under CCBY2.0

MAIN ACTIVITIES describing personality and appearance, watching a clip from a nature documentary, ordering a text

SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, pre-advanced (B2.2) and above

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Cut to the Chase

 

Chase Scene

Chase Scene by Alan Levine is licensed under CCBY2.0

 

MAIN ACTIVITIES making predictions, vocabulary to talk about car chases in movies

SUITABLE FOR adults, advanced (C1) and above

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Ice Skating Penguins

David Cook Adelie Penguin

Adelie Penguin by David Cook is licensed under CCBY2.0

MAIN ACTIVITIES talking about learning how to do something new, collocations and pronunciation
SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, upper-intermediate (B2) and above

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The Man on the Moon

Full Moon for all Moods by Konstantinos Kazantzoglou

Full Moon for all Moods by Konstantinos Kazantoglou is licensed under CCBY2.0

 

MAIN ACTIVITIES describing and comparing photographs, storytelling and discussion.

SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, upper-intermediate (B2) and above

Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.


Foot Talc – a Christmas lesson plan

Christmas present

Every year we like to produce one or two Christmas posts based on a seasonal advert and our first one for this year stars a famous Hollywood actor trying to solve a classic Christmas problem.

MAIN ACTIVITIES predicting/ listening for specific information/ talking about Christmas / using vocabulary featured in the text

SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, upper-intermediate (B2) and above

Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.

Click here for the PowerPoint presentation.

 


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