My students have added even more lesson plans to the resource page. There is also a lesson on the limitations of the SDGs. Check out all of the plans, feel free to reuse them and edit them with attribution.
My fantastic students have added to the set of open-access SDGs Lesson Plans we are producing. At the moment, there are only 4 of the SDGs without lesson plans and this should be remedied by January, all being well. Feel free to download the plans. All are available as PDFs for your convenience, or as … [Read more…]
It has been a long time since I posted here. Apologies! I have put up some open lesson plans my students have made related to the United Nations’ SDGs here. They are probably most useful for high school or university-level English language classes. I hope that they are useful for you.
Hi everyone. Those who come here often will notice that the site has not been updated for a while. It is still here and will still be here. All the posts will still be here, but the focus will change. I am going to have help and the blog will be more about communication between … [Read more…]
Recently I have taught a lot of new students. The same as I usually do, I talked to them about their study habits. Their reactions have left me a bit confused.
I know that I haven’t put up a podcast in a while; I am working on something that I hope is really cool. In the meantime, here is an interesting podcast for intermediate speakers and higher. I particularly recommend it for TOEFL or IELTS students but anybody who likes philosophy or thoughts about life should … [Read more…]
Here are some posts you might have missed this week on Get Great English.
Here are some posts you may have missed this week on Get Great English. On Monday I kicked off the week by showing you the difference between done and got done. I followed it up with a post on Tuesday about talking about the paranormal. This week’s podcast was about vowel pronunciation. On Friday I … [Read more…]
A lot of language learners sit down with their books, MP3 player, dictionary and notebooks in a quiet place to study hard. This is good but is it really effective? Do you know what you want to learn? Studying with the target of ‘getting better at English’ isn’t going to help you as much as … [Read more…]
Here are some posts that you may have missed on Get Great English this week.