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High Beginners ESL Lesson Plans – Book 2

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Designed for high beginners English as a second language students aged 13 and older.

Suitable for High School/Middle School students and language schools.  The Curriculum uses a conversational approach to English, stressing communication in a variety of everyday situations. Reading and writing are included in each lesson, with numerous activities for practice, but listening and speaking are given the greatest emphasis. Basic grammar is introduced sequentially, then practiced in a variety of oral activities and written exercises.

Comprehensive Multimedia Approach 

Embedded links and QR code to video and audio files enhances lessons with an auditory and visual learning experience – includes multi-person conversations.

Student Reader – enriches  reading comprehension and vocabulary

Student Workbook – workbook provides practical and engaging activities and exercises based on the lesson material.  Reinforces learning, allowing students to practice and apply what they’ve learned from the reader.

Teacher’s Guide – has additional exercises, oral questions, answers to all exercises in the workbook, and provides clear instructions and structured guidance for teachers with intuitive and efficient  lesson planning

 

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20 Lesson Plans for High Beginners

Suitable for High School/Middle School students and language schools.  Our High Beginners ESL Curriculum uses a conversational approach to English, stressing communication in a variety of everyday situations.

Reading and writing are included in each lesson, with numerous activities for practice, but listening and speaking are given the greatest emphasis. Basic grammar is introduced sequentially, then practiced in a variety of oral activities and written exercises.

Comprehensive Multimedia Approach 

Embedded links and QR code to video and audio files enhances lessons with an auditory and visual learning experience – includes multi-person conversations.

Student Reader – enriches  reading comprehension and vocabulary

Student Workbook – workbook provides practical and engaging activities and exercises based on the lesson material.  Reinforces learning, allowing students to practice and apply what they’ve learned from the reader.

Teacher’s Guide – has additional exercises, oral questions, answers to all exercises in the workbook, and provides clear instructions and structured guidance for teachers with intuitive and efficient  lesson planning

 

INCLUDES

  • Full Audio and Video
  • 20 lessons
  • 5 tests
  • 2 review lessons
  • Glossary
  • PDF Format Download.
  • Immediate download after purchase

GRAMMAR

  • expressing unexpected results using even though, although and but
  • would, could should tag questions
  • word order
  • conditional sentences
  • using “get” plus an adjective
  • word order for adjectives

ACTIVITIES

  • Oral questions
  • role-plays
  • reading a town map
  • finding a friend using a pseudo name
  • crossword puzzles
  • making sentences
  • word Bingo
  • writing descriptions of people
  • understanding simple jokes
  • small groups asking and answering questions then checking the answers provided.

A conversational approach to English as a Second Language (ESL) is an instructional method that focuses on developing the ability to communicate effectively in English through conversation and dialogue. Instead of solely focusing on grammar rules and vocabulary memorization, we emphasizes real-life communication skills and encourages students to practice speaking, listening, and interacting in English in a natural and conversational way.

Meaningful Conversations in Authentic Situations

Students engage through activities such as role-plays, discussions, debates, and group projects. Our emphasis is on learning how to express oneself effectively, rather than simply memorizing and regurgitating phrases or sentences.

Focus on Conversation

By focusing on conversation, this approach helps students develop not only their speaking and listening skills but also their vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Students learn how to use English in a meaningful and contextually appropriate way, which helps them become more effective communicators in both social and professional settings.

Contents

Lesson 1 - sentence word order, question word order

Lesson 2 - AM and PM, using “in” and “on” with time

Lesson 3 - tag questions using – to be, to have, can, to do

Lesson 4 - review and test

Lesson 5 - comparative distances

Lesson 6 - the seasons, comparative adjectives

Lesson 7 - comparatives, adjectives

Lesson 8 - review and test

Lesson 9 - reading comprehension

Lesson 10 - sentence word order using adjectives, articles

Lesson 11 - adverbs, changing “y” to “i”

Lesson 12 - review and test

Lesson 13 - mid sentence adverbs

Lesson 14 - adverb “ever"

Lesson 15 - adverbs with “to be”, likely and probably

Lesson 16 - review and test

Lesson 17 - using would, ordering in a restaurant

Lesson 18 - two word verbs

Lesson 19 - British “have got”, contractions, expressing necessity

Lesson 20 - review and final test

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