Find helpful resources for teachers of English as a Second Language. Whether you’re teaching kindergarten students, or adult learners, we have ESL lesson plans and activities your students are sure to love. Teach your students about American culture and holidays, find new ways of teaching vocabulary and get the class moving with interactive games and group projects. Also find worksheets and sample quizzes you can adjust to use for your class.
Verbs are the key to understanding a foreign language, and ESL students are no exception. The next time you are looking for some lesson plans when teaching verbs to ESL students, why not give these a try?
Do you want to learn how to effectively teach vocab to ESL students interested in business? It seems like a daunting task, doesn’t it? Don’t worry. Careful preparation and research will help you, and your students, tremendously.
Are you worried that your ESL students are not quite grasping the vocabulary of yesterday, today and tomorrow? Do not panic. ESL games and exercises to teach yesterday, today and tomorrow represent a fun and effective resource for ESL teachers to use to get their students to understand new vocab.
Adults living in the U.S. and learning English may know that October 31 is the observance of Halloween, thanks to the huge commercial market for this particular autumnal holiday. However, they most likely do not know the origins of the celebration, or the various traditions around the day.
Pre-teach synonyms and antonyms, prefix and suffixes before playing these games. The games will help to reinforce what students have learned as well as increase their vocabulary.
See this oldie but goodie nursery rhyme in a new way! This preschool Mary Had a Little Lamb theme will grab any child’s attention with its curriculum rich activities. Various learning styles are reached and little lambs will be prancing with excitement during this theme.
Where do we get chocolate? What is the use of chocolate? Does all chocolate taste the same? These are just some of the questions we’ll ask in this ESL lesson on chocolate.
Teach English language students the vocabulary needed to describe a variety of growth stages for plants, animals as well as themselves. Learning that every living thing grows and changes helps students understand who they are.
Independence is an American holiday and may need explanation for students of English as a second language. Teach your students about American history and culture while celebrating the Fourth of July with them.
Preschool ESL classrooms give you room to be creative in your approach to teaching the English language. Use this lesson plan to teach English. Preschool students will learn about prepositions in this lesson through a series of interactive activities.