Hello, everyone! Hope you’re having a great Monday so far. As I know nobody really likes Monday and some of you might be using Richmond’s English ID 3, here’s the … Continue reading English ID 3, Unit 3: A Lesson Plan with Authentic Materials about traveling and cities
Hi there! I hope you’re having fun with your students in this second week of classes. I’m having fun but I have to admit they are a little uninspired and … Continue reading Food Vocabulary + THERE TO BE Lesson Plan for CEFR-A2
So yesterday I had a revision lesson about VERB TO BE in the simple present tense, among other things. I wanted my students to be able to write a letter about … Continue reading How can we work with differentiation in the classroom? My Jimmy Fallon challenge
A lesson about success with Richard St. John’s TED talk 8 secrets of success, and JK Rowling’s commencement speech on the benefits of failure at Harvard.
Today was a great day! My blog has been visited by more than 1000 people from 85 different countries. I have plenty of reasons to celebrate just because of that. However, … Continue reading A fun class for Young Learners about the power of friendship, time, and connections
Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj2lzLZ6YxM&t=310s Whenever you have to talk about sex, religion, politics or drugs, how do you feel? Are you comfortable discussing these hot topics or can you feel … Continue reading A little controversy doesn’t hurt – A video lesson plan about PARSNIPS (hot topics)
Versão em português – LESSON PLAN SAMPLE 1_português Is there such a thing as the perfect lesson plan? I challenge you, my fellow teacher, to think about that. And, most importantly, … Continue reading The Perfect Lesson Plan (but not really) – A sample to help you plan your own lessons