Hello teachers and learners! Here is a lesson you can do to practice your English writing skills.
In this lesson, students are taught how to do research on the internet and write a simple YouTube video script. The main goal is to let students write their sentences and present them in a script form. When the script is done, teachers can instruct them to practice speaking their script. If they have mastered it, let the students take a video like they are delivering on their YouTube channel. Continue reading “COVID-19 Campaign Script – ESL Lesson”
Describing people is an exciting lesson for students. As a teacher, you just have to be creative to catch students’ attention. For students, this lesson will really excite you since it will be featuring some of your favorite stars. If you are a teacher, it is important to know the interests of your students, know the famous stars they are following at the moment. This will make the lesson even more exciting and interesting for stduents. Continue reading “Describing People”
SPEAKING TEST RANDOM QUESTIONS
After learning how to answer open-ended questions properly, here are some questions that you can practice on. Remember that answering open-ended questions, we can begin our answer by bearing in mind the parts of a paragraph such as the introduction, body and conclusion. If you can construct your answer this way, your points will defnitely be very good. Pick a question then answer. Continue reading “Answering Open-ended Questions”
Hello, learners of English. One of the most recent ESL conversations that we can learn today is about the COVID-19 conversation at the medical centre. Here is a transcript of a conversation that can help you understand how English is used in a conversation with a doctor at the medical centre. Before practicing, make sure to understand the following important words: Continue reading “COVID-19 ESL Conversation At the Medical Centre”