Talking Points Lesson Plans

Religious Faith — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

Introduction What is religious faith? Do you have a religion that you follow? How did you come to believe in this religion? Reading — My God Read Michelle’s account below… I wasn’t born into any religious faith. When I was a kid, we didn’t go to church or Sunday School. We had religious studies at school, […]

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Global Warming — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

Global Warming is real. Global Warming is a threat to the planet. This is a complete and full English lesson plan on global warming. You can use this in your English or ESL class today. Download the full lesson plan today! This lesson plan comes with: introduction an article for reading reading comprehension questions an

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IQ or EQ? — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

What is better – IQ or EQ? Many people years ago, believed that IQ was much more important. But now there is more understanding about the value of EQ. Check out my great Talking Points lesson plan on this fascinating subject. Introduction What is the difference between IQ and EQ? Which is better for someone’s

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A Working Class Hero — a Talking Points lesson plan for Reading and Speaking

Introduction What does working class mean? Are you working class? Is there a class system in your country? Can you describe it? Working Class Hero Read Paul’s account below: I’m working class. No doubt about it, that is what I am. I grew up in a council flat in London. Left school at fifteen and

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Vaping for Teens — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

Vaping has taken off in a big way around the world. And teens have taken to it in huge numbers. Why are teens vaping? And are they aware of the health risks? This is a complete English lesson plan on vaping. You can download the full lesson plan below… Use it in your class today!

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What Is Love? — a Talking Points lesson for English reading and speaking

What Is Love? This is the age-old question asked by poets, philosophers and great thinkers throughout history. It is also a great topic for your English class! Check out my great lesson plan below… You can download the full lesson by clicking the link at the bottom of the page! Introduction What is love? Who

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Gay Families — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

Many families today consist of two dads. Or two mums. How are these families considered in modern society today? What is it like to be a child in a gay family like this? This lesson plan examines the existence of gay families. And the experience of being a child in a gay family. You can

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Cruelty To Animals — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

This is an English lesson plan on the subject of CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Most students have very strong feelings about this. This lesson plan is bound to create much discussion in the classroom. Download the full and complete lesson plan below! Introduction Are people cruel to animals in your country? What do you think about

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Political Correctness — a Talking Points lesson plan for English reading and speaking

Political Correctness is a movement that has been in prominence since the late 1980s. PC culture tries to encourage the correct use of language, policies or measures to avoid offense or disadvantage to minority groups or people. Today, it has become a powerful force. But has PC culture gone too far? In this lesson plan,

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