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Ordering food at a fast food store is an effective ESL lesson for students. Students can enjoy remembering their favorite food while practicing English at the same time. You can also extend the conversation about things the students are doing in school. It is a fun conversation lesson that you can use in your class. Make sure to use some important words in unlocking word meanings in the vocabulary part. Continue reading “ESL conversation for grade 9 students at a McDonald’s store”
Here’s an ESL dialogue lesson about checking in at the airport counter for Grade 12 students:
Lesson Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to successfully check in at an airport counter and communicate effectively with the airport staff.
Nowadays, students prefer using their tablets/ iPads or mobile phones in the classroom to writing in their notebooks. Let’s look closely at which one is better to use.
Food is a great topic to start a conversation with friends. In this lesson, students will get to know some food and answer the questions about telling one’s favorite food. Continue reading “What’s your favorite food?”
With the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people lost their jobs. Many businesses went bankrupt and closed their operations. However, it also paved the way for other traditional and non-traditional industries to rise. For the younger ones like you, students, the future will be great if you start early. Continue reading “How to create your own business concept?”
Being new at the university is exciting. You get to meet new friends. Being able to communicate with other students is vital especially if you are in a foreign country. It is important that you learn basic conversation topics that you can talk about so you can initiate a conversation and make it smoothly flow.
Here is a practice conversation for you to work on. Find a partner then act out the talk. Continue reading “Meeting Someone at the University”
Manny: Do you celebrate Christmas? ( celebrate = ฉลอง )
Terry: Yes, I do.
Manny: Why do you celebrate Christmas?
Terry: Because it’s fun. I can get lots of gifts from my friends. What about you? Do you like Christmas?
Manny: No, I don’t.
Terry: Why don’t you like Christmas?
Manny: Because I’m not a Christian. I’m a Buddhist.
Terry: Oh, I see.