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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 photo of an ace castle and a slogan "which winter festival would you most like to visit?"

Vocabulary: verbs (stroll, wander, dive into, soak in, delve into, indulge in, sample)
Vocabulary: adjectives (dazzling, awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, quirky, cozy)
Speaking: comparing winter and summer festivals, conversation questions, design your own winter festival

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a businessman in a suit walking on a wooden log and a lightning hitting it in the middle, and the slogan "do you know how to deal with setbacks"?

Expressions: to move on, to hold a grudge, to do someone wrong
Speaking: setbacks and failure
Video: How successful people deal with setbacks

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a women drinking her morning coffee and enjoying her morning and a slogan - "can you become a morning person"?

Vocabulary: verbs related to sleep (sleep in, oversleep, snooze, wake up)
Vocabulary: expressions with “get” about daily routines (get up, ger ready, get dressed, get through the day, get off work)
Video: What happens when a night owl wakes up early

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a plave taking off and a slogan - what's your favorite travel destination?

*Formerly “Travelling in 2022”
Vocabulary: adjectives (breathtaking, crystal clear, bustling)
Functional language: evaluating experiences
Phrasal verbs: travelling (embark on, kick off, get away)

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an outfit , make-up and accessories and a slogan - do you follow fashion trends?

Functional language: talking about fashion trends (to be in style, to be all the rage, to be having a moment, to catch on)
Vocabulary: verbs (pull something off, dress it up, dress it down, put together an outfit) and adjectives (tacky, flattering, chic, dated, timeless)

 

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a yound man and a woman on a fate having a beer and a slogan - first dates dos and don'ts

Vocabulary: first dates (love at first sight, stand someone up, go Dutch)
Grammar: modal verbs should, must, don’t have to
Useful expressions: suggesting an activity, giving a compliment, saying you’ll be late, talk about the bill

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a man giving a fift to a woman and a slogan - what do you think about St. Valentine's Day

Vocabulary: adjectives to describe St. Valentine’s Day
Vocabulary: money (cash in on, capitalise on, splurge, splash the cash)
Grammar: linking words (whether, despite, rather than, while)

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the power of brand (growth, sales, awareness) and a slogan - how to find your usp

Phrasal verbs: stand out, set apart, rely on
Vocabulary: marketing terms (USP, niche, market research)
Video: “3 strategies to find your USP (unique selling proposition)”

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