Free Speaking Lessons

The Worst Job in The World

Here is a lesson plan on jobs. Most ESL jobs lesson plans might just introduce very common jobs. In this lesson, I introduce jobs that maybe no student wants. When I have used this lesson plan myself, the students often become extremely vocal about why they would not like any of these jobs. You can …

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The Lost Art of Letter

I think most students today have very little idea about writing letters. They live in an age of instant messaging and probably find writing emails an archaic idea. But writing letters? By hand? With a pen and paper?? That just seems so old… I think this lesson is a great way to introduce the lost …

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Sugar is Killing Me!

This is a lesson plan that I wrote about the dangers of added sugar in our diet. This is a very newsworthy topic so I thought it would be a great idea for a lesson in your class. You can use this as part of a General English class, a Reading Comprehension class or a …

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Shyness is Nice

This is a lesson for any English speaking class. Feel free to use it in your ESL conversation classes or it could easily be used for an IELTS speaking class too. The topic of the lesson is all about shyness. This lesson takes the form of a quiz which should be fun and engaging for …

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Cultural Pollution

This is an English speaking class topic about Cultural Pollution. I want to give you some English speaking lessons that challenge the students a little more than the usual, generic speaking topics that you may find in ESL textbooks. This is not a topic about pollution and the environment as students often talk about in …

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Kids in Danger?

This is another in my series of free lessons to use in any ESL/EFL class. I think these lessons could also be used as part of IELTS training to help the students learn how to talk about a wide variety of topics. These are not IELTS topics but I think useful for IELTS students to …

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Childless or Child-Free?

Don’t you just hate those really basic lesson plans that you find? They might appear in one of the ESL books that you have to use or – even worse – one of the lesson plans that your school or training centre has fobbed you off with. Nothing inspired me less than seeing one of …

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