Category Archives: Lesson Planning

Liar, Liar Pants on Fire

Liar, Liar Pants on Fire Special thanks to Kevan Hudson and Conrad Matsumoto for reminding me of this activity. You tell students to think of three lies and one truth about themselves. Then they tell the class each one, and … Continue reading

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Things you are interested in

Things you are interested in Good for junior high-adult English classes A fellow teacher recommended this activity to me. Students write down three things they are interested in. Give them 3-5 minutes or less to do this. Pair them up … Continue reading

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English Teaching Idea: Free Project Week

Free Project Week by Kevin Burns Tell your students they can work with whomever like in the class, and on whatever project they would like to work on. They must come up with a problem to solve or a project … Continue reading

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Lesson Planning

Lesson Planning by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) * What’s a lesson plan? Your lesson plan should be a framework for your lesson. A successful plan has a strong start and a clear finishing point. The stages in between … Continue reading

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