meditation

Video-based lesson plans

Whether your lessons are online or in-person, The English Flows’ lesson plans are the ultimate time-saver for ESL teachers working with adult and Business English students. Cut down on prep work and free up your time for what truly matters – guiding, coaching, and meeting your students' unique needs. Our current and highly relatable topics will keep your students engaged before, during, and after the class. We add 7-8 new video-based ESL lesson plans each month. Ignite their curiosity and inspire them to explore the English language further!

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a woman in a sensory deprivation tank doing floatation therapy and a slogan - would you try a sensory deprivation tank?

Speaking: brainstorming vocabulary related to the senses, conversation questions
Video: How sensory deprivation and floating impacts the brain
Vocabulary: verbs related to the different senses (stare, gaze, eavesdrop, overhear, nibble, devour)

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a man taking a dip in a frozen lake and a slogan - would you try the wim hof method?

Vocabulary: winter verbs (snuggle, warm up, be snowed in, come down with)
Video: “Testing out the Wim Hot method”
Idioms and phrasal verbs: resilience (step outside your comfort zone, be at the top of your game, take something to the next level, go through something)

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a woman leaning on a tree readgin a book and a slogan - do you dedicate enough time to self-care?

Collocations: take (take a break, take a rain check); set (set aside time, set boundaries), get (get some air, get in touch)
Functional language: How to say “no” to invitations
Grammar: verb patterns (gerund/infinitive): try, stop, mean, go on, forget, remember

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Present moment mindful meditation and a slogan - how does meditation affect our brains?

Vocabulary: ways to relax (cuddle, pamper yourself, take a stroll)
Synonyms: relax (unwind, chill out, recharge your batteries)
Video: Hack your brain’s default mode with meditation