Different Types Of English In The World (B1) ESL Lesson Plan

JakeFluentize 2022-08-12 06:39:11
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Hi teachers,

I wanted to share this free lesson plan on Fluentize based on a video about the different types of English around the world — specifically American, British, and Australian.

I would say this lesson plan is probably most suitable for intermediate (B1) students.

In order to view the video, please visit the lesson page on Fluentize via the link below.

https://app.fluentize.com/lesson/types-english-language

This post contains the first half of the lesson materials. You can download the full lesson lesson directly from Fluentize when you're registered and logged in.

As you'll see in the lesson plan, students discuss topics and questions related to different kinds of English, in addition to doing an exercise on different spellings and words that American, British, and Australian each use. It then includes some video viewing / listening comprehension exercises. The post-viewing sections include an activity on a quote from the video, some follow-up discussion material from the video, and a vocabulary activity on context usage of some of the verbs used in the video. The grammar section features the usage of usage of "even if...". There is an an reative writing activation included, as well as a quiz and review section.

It all can be accessed on Fluentize just by signing up for free!

Thanks,

Jake from Fluentize

This downloadable printable was created for at Intermediate (B1) level. It is useful for developing your pupils' Listening skills. It is focused on the topic and words of American/British English.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by JakeFluentize under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2022-08-12 06:39:11

Author: JakeFluentize

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JakeFluentize is from/lives in United States and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2020-02-11 02:55:50. JakeFluentize last logged in on 2022-08-13 12:56:41, and has shared 22 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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