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BEGINNER AND INTERMEDIATE PLANS

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25 Beginner Level Lesson plans

These Professional Beginner Level Lesson plans are suitable for any lesson of 45 minutes to 60 minutes. You can adapt the content according to the time available and the competency of your learners.

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25 Intermediate Level Lesson plans

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50 Beginner and Intermediate Lesson plans

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There are 50 lesson plans: 25 Beginner lesson plans and 25 Intermediate lesson plans, structured as follows:

Beginner Level

These are the 5 Lesson Plan Construction Guides for Beginners as described above.

  • 1. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Grammar to Beginners
  • 2. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Vocabulary to Beginners
  • 3. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Reading to Beginners
  • 4. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Writing to Beginners
  • 5. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Phonological and Phonemic Awareness to Beginners
  • 6. Beginner Lesson Plan: Order of Adjectives
  • 7. Beginner Lesson Plan: Warnings
  • 8. Beginner Lesson Plan: Adjectives: The Comparative
  • 9. Beginner Lesson Plan: Directions
  • 10. Beginner Lesson Plan: Capital Letters 1
  • 11. Beginner Lesson Plan: Capital Letters 2
  • 12. Beginner Lesson Plan: Being Polite
  • 13. Beginner Lesson Plan: Likes and Dislikes
  • 14. Beginner Lesson Plan: Zero Conditional
  • 15. Beginner Lesson Plan: First Conditional
Here we have chosen two meaningful projects which can provide a base for teaching Beginners over a longer period; for example, a whole term.

Not only will you be able to cover a set language syllabus within these projects, but you will also be able to introduce your learners to important life skills and the world around them.

Learners love projects so you should aim to involve your learners in these.

Project 1: From Butterfly to Caterpillar

  • 16. Project Area 1: Language Enhancement
  • 17. Project Area 2: Learning the Life Cycle of a Butterfly
  • 18. Project Area 3: Food
  • 19. Project Area 4: Arts and Crafts
  • 20. Project Area 5: Music and Drama + Finishing Off the Project
Project 2: Food

  • 21. Project Area 1: Language Enhancement
  • 22. Project Area 1: Food from Around the World
  • 23. Project Area 1: Cooking
  • 24. Project Area 1: Superfoods
  • 25. Project Area 1: Very Different Food that Some People Eat + Finishing Off the Project

Intermediate Level

  • 1. Intermediate Lesson Plan 1: Order of adjectives
  • 2. Intermediate Lesson Plan 2: Introduction to Debates
  • 3. Intermediate Lesson Plan 3: Happy/Joyful Feelings
  • 4. Intermediate Lesson Plan 4: Not So Happy/Joyful Feelings
  • 5. Intermediate Lesson Plan 5: Debate: Should Mobile/Cell Phones Be Allowed in Class?
  • 6. Intermediate Lesson Plan 6: Debate: Should junk food be banned in school?
  • 7. Intermediate Lesson Plan 7: Debate: Should school uniform be compulsory?
  • 8. Intermediate Lesson Plan 8: Colour idioms
  • 9. Intermediate Lesson Plan 9: Body Part Idioms
  • 10. Intermediate Lesson Plan 10: Apostrophes
  • 11. Intermediate Lesson Plan 11: Apostrophes: Very Common Problems
  • 12. Intermediate Lesson Plan 12: Generating Ideas: Brainstorming
  • 13. Intermediate Lesson Plan 13: Generating Ideas: Mind Maps
  • 14. Intermediate Lesson Plan 14: Learners’ Class Presentations
  • 15. Intermediate Lesson Plan 15: Phrasal Verbs: Making a Snack
  • 16. Intermediate Lesson Plan 16: Phrasal Verbs: Making a Call
  • 17. Intermediate Lesson Plan 17: Small Talk for Adults
  • 18. Intermediate Lesson Plan 18: Small Talk for Younger and Teenage Learners
  • 19. Intermediate Lesson Plan 19: Weather Collocations
  • 20. Intermediate Lesson Plan 20: Giving Advice Via Modals
  • 21. Intermediate Lesson Plan 21: Second Conditional
  • 22. Intermediate Lesson Plan 22: Third Conditional
  • 23. Intermediate Lesson Plan 23: Adjectives: Superlative Form
  • 24. Intermediate Lesson Plan 24: Adverbs of Manner
  • 25. Intermediate Lesson Plan 25: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Both Beginner and Intermediate

These are the 5 Lesson Plan Construction Guides for Beginners as described above.

  • 1. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Grammar to Beginners
  • 2. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Vocabulary to Beginners
  • 3. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Reading to Beginners
  • 4. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Writing to Beginners
  • 5. Lesson Plan Construction Guide for Beginners: Teaching Phonological and Phonemic Awareness to Beginners
  • 6. Beginner Lesson Plan: Order of Adjectives
  • 7. Beginner Lesson Plan: Warnings
  • 8. Beginner Lesson Plan: Adjectives: The Comparative
  • 9. Beginner Lesson Plan: Directions
  • 10. Beginner Lesson Plan: Capital Letters 1
  • 11. Beginner Lesson Plan: Capital Letters 2
  • 12. Beginner Lesson Plan: Being Polite
  • 13. Beginner Lesson Plan: Likes and Dislikes
  • 14. Beginner Lesson Plan: Zero Conditional
  • 15. Beginner Lesson Plan: First Conditional
Here we have chosen two meaningful projects which can provide a base for teaching Beginners over a longer period; for example, a whole term.

Not only will you be able to cover a set language syllabus within these projects, but you will also be able to introduce your learners to important life skills and the world around them.

Learners love projects so you should aim to involve your learners in these.

Project 1: From Butterfly to Caterpillar

  • 16. Project Area 1: Language Enhancement
  • 17. Project Area 2: Learning the Life Cycle of a Butterfly
  • 18. Project Area 3: Food
  • 19. Project Area 4: Arts and Crafts
  • 20. Project Area 5: Music and Drama + Finishing Off the Project
Project 2: Food

  • 21. Project Area 1: Language Enhancement
  • 22. Project Area 1: Food from Around the World
  • 23. Project Area 1: Cooking
  • 24. Project Area 1: Superfoods
  • 25. Project Area 1: Very Different Food that Some People Eat + Finishing Off the Project
  • 1. Intermediate Lesson Plan 1: Order of adjectives
  • 2. Intermediate Lesson Plan 2: Introduction to Debates
  • 3. Intermediate Lesson Plan 3: Happy/Joyful Feelings
  • 4. Intermediate Lesson Plan 4: Not So Happy/Joyful Feelings
  • 5. Intermediate Lesson Plan 5: Debate: Should Mobile/Cell Phones Be Allowed in Class?
  • 6. Intermediate Lesson Plan 6: Debate: Should junk food be banned in school?
  • 7. Intermediate Lesson Plan 7: Debate: Should school uniform be compulsory?
  • 8. Intermediate Lesson Plan 8: Colour idioms
  • 9. Intermediate Lesson Plan 9: Body Part Idioms
  • 10. Intermediate Lesson Plan 10: Apostrophes
  • 11. Intermediate Lesson Plan 11: Apostrophes: Very Common Problems
  • 12. Intermediate Lesson Plan 12: Generating Ideas: Brainstorming
  • 13. Intermediate Lesson Plan 13: Generating Ideas: Mind Maps
  • 14. Intermediate Lesson Plan 14: Learners’ Class Presentations
  • 15. Intermediate Lesson Plan 15: Phrasal Verbs: Making a Snack
  • 16. Intermediate Lesson Plan 16: Phrasal Verbs: Making a Call
  • 17. Intermediate Lesson Plan 17: Small Talk for Adults
  • 18. Intermediate Lesson Plan 18: Small Talk for Younger and Teenage Learners
  • 19. Intermediate Lesson Plan 19: Weather Collocations
  • 20. Intermediate Lesson Plan 20: Giving Advice Via Modals
  • 21. Intermediate Lesson Plan 21: Second Conditional
  • 22. Intermediate Lesson Plan 22: Third Conditional
  • 23. Intermediate Lesson Plan 23: Adjectives: Superlative Form
  • 24. Intermediate Lesson Plan 24: Adverbs of Manner
  • 25. Intermediate Lesson Plan 25: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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