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Ready-to-go photocopiable lessons for busy teachers.

Do you ever feel stressed with so many English classes to prepare? If you’re an English teacher, you may have different levels and ages, and very little time to get ready for them all. You aren’t alone – it’s a common problem.

Going into an English class under prepared can be scary. And it could lead to a bad lesson and a lack of progress for your students.

Your school or academy may have books, but they might be boring, unsuitable or the wrong level for your class.

Jonas from Brighton wrote: “Most of the books at my last academy were either the wrong level for my students or simply not suitable. If they were good to use, the audio files would be missing; or if they had the book and the listening files, my students had already used them! It was a nightmare!”

Meanwhile, the clock is ticking and you haven’t got a class prepared. So, what are you going to do?

Of course, you could rely on your experience, charm and wit. But how many classes can you do like that? Not many… and besides, it’s exhausting!

Ready-to-go lessons for you!

Luckily, we’ve got the solution for you: the PACK – ready-to-go lessons for busy teachers.

Each PACK comes with over 20 lessons full of warmers and fun follow-up activities and audio or video files. This will all make your life as a teacher so much easier!

 

Best of all, the PACK comes in 5 levels: Pre Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, Advanced and Proficiency. With the PACK, your students will use lots of useful practical language in the games, role plays and speaking activities, among many other things.

Plus, there are Teacher’s Notes to give you extra ideas on how to best to use the material. All of our material is printable and photocopiable; and as the topics are current and up-to-date, and the activities are fun, your students will be motivated, and they’ll enjoy the classes! And as a result of this, they’ll learn more!

Michael from Berlin said, “The PACK has made my teaching life a lot easier. In some classes I often use it alongside the course book. Lessons from the PACK make a nice break from the same old routine, which the students appreciate. In other conversation classes where I need to come up with new ideas each week, it’s a great extra support and takes away hours of planning.”

Save time lesson planning, be better prepared, get “The Pack”

Your students will thank you for it!

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Ready-to-go photocopiable lessons for busy teachers.

Do you ever feel stressed with so many English classes to prepare? If you’re an English teacher, you may have different levels and ages, and very little time to get ready for them all. You aren’t alone – it’s a common problem.

Going into an English class under prepared can be scary. And it could lead to a bad lesson and a lack of progress for your students.

Your school or academy may have books, but they might be boring, unsuitable or the wrong level for your class.

Jonas from Brighton wrote: “Most of the books at my last academy were either the wrong level for my students or simply not suitable. If they were good to use, the audio files would be missing; or if they had the book and the listening files, my students had already used them! It was a nightmare!”

Meanwhile, the clock is ticking and you haven’t got a class prepared. So, what are you going to do?

Of course, you could rely on your experience, charm and wit. But how many classes can you do like that? Not many… and besides, it’s exhausting!

Ready-to-go lessons for you!

Luckily, we’ve got the solution for you: the PACK – ready-to-go lessons for busy teachers.

Each PACK comes with over 20 lessons full of warmers and fun follow-up activities and audio or video files. This will all make your life as a teacher so much easier!

 

Best of all, the PACK comes in 5 levels: Pre Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, Advanced and Proficiency. With the PACK, your students will use lots of useful practical language in the games, role plays and speaking activities, among many other things.

Plus, there are Teacher’s Notes to give you extra ideas on how to best to use the material. All of our material is printable and photocopiable; and as the topics are current and up-to-date, and the activities are fun, your students will be motivated, and they’ll enjoy the classes! And as a result of this, they’ll learn more!

Michael from Berlin said, “The PACK has made my teaching life a lot easier. In some classes I often use it alongside the course book. Lessons from the PACK make a nice break from the same old routine, which the students appreciate. In other conversation classes where I need to come up with new ideas each week, it’s a great extra support and takes away hours of planning.”

Save time lesson planning, be better prepared, get “The Pack”

Your students will thank you for it!

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Index: Pre-intermediate

  1. Only in America: 6 original things to eat
  2. Crime!
  3. Three famous toilets
  4. Four terrifying tales
  5. 5. 9 incredible world food records
  6. 20 things we can’t live without
  7. Street music
  8. Your boss and you!
  9. The office bore
  10. Little jokes
  11. Product labels
  12. At the doctor’s
  13. Noises with your hands
  14. The emergency
  15. Why the hedgehog is the UK’s new national symbol
  16. Things we still love to do
  17. English in Action: E-mail
  18. Natural English: What’s your favourite TV series?
  19. All about me!
  20. Funny product labels
  21. Noise Nuisance
  22. Taking a taxi!
  23. Word booster: useful expressions with “do”
  24. Six word games from The Hobbit

Index: Intermediate

  1. Think before you Tweet
  2. Thieving animals
  3. How to be assertive
  4. 10 ways to improve your life
  5. The growing popularity of food photography
  6. The Yeti
  7. Sliced bread of bagels: what’s more popular?
  8. How effective are tasers?
  9. Should slang be banned?
  10. Science gone mad!
  11. Learn 20 words & expressions to talk about transport
  12. If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would it be?
  13. Asking for permission
  14. Help! Ridiculous emergency calls
  15. 14 fun things to do at the airport
  16. Really ridiculous office rules
  17. 3 famous stars
  18. Travel English: on the plane
  19. Three unusual sports
  20. Weird trivia
  21. Story time21-22]
  22. Vocabulary clinic: UK / US words
  23. 40 useful e-mail expressions
  24. Top 20 phrasal verbs

Index: Upper intermediate

  1. 7 superstitions from English-speaking countries
  2. Pronunciation problems with foreign words!
  3. How to promote a product with buzz marketing
  4. Ridiculous injury claims by the police!
  5. Clowns – it’s no laughing matter!
  6. Staff sickness shock
  7. 5 popular dance moves!
  8. London’s changing skyline
  9. Talking about hypocrisy
  10. Monty Python: The Argument Clinic
  11. The environment
  12. Bad day Tweets
  13. What’s your favourite main dish?
  14. Two expensive mistakes
  15. Three incredible holidays
  16. Two unusual diets
  17. When e-mails go viral
  18. Practical English: making excuses
  19. Business English: useful expressions with “work”
  20. Two famous films!
  21. How to be more attractive
  22. Are we washing too much?
  23. Useful idioms: Danger
  24. The Google Guys: Larry Page & Sergey Brin

Index: Advanced

  1. 6 different types of anger!
  2. Caught on camera!
  3. Work contracts to watch out for!
  4. 5 not-so-clever criminals!
  5. Airline mysteries!
  6. 4 types of robber!
  7. 6 socially-awkward situations!
  8. Was Shakespeare the world’s first psychologist?
  9. 5 unusual people to follow on Twitter!
  10. How to enjoy life… slowly!
  11. Four holiday scams to watch out for
  12. How to understand the British
  13. Five money conversations
  14. Four stories of lucky people
  15. The 9 types of intelligence
  16. Caught on camera
  17. Beware of the drones
  18. 5 celebrities who fell from grace
  19. Zombie attack
  20. The business trip
  21. Slang conversation: DIY / Home repairs
  22. Group talk: Do you like eating out?
  23. Business news: How airlines make their money
  24. Phrasal verbs: problems

Index: Proficiency

  1. How to make a Thai red curry with prawns!
  2. This is what happens when you reply to a spam e-mail!
  3. What do you think of Ellen Pompeo’s house?
  4. Would you like to go skydiving?
  5. Is the Earth flat?
  6. Five bets you’ll always win!
  7. Are the Brits too lazy to work?
  8. How to negotiate like Erin Brockovich!
  9. Who is the most inspirational person in your life?
  10. How NOT to achieve your life goals!
  11. How dangerous is Scientology?
  12. What’s the right age to get a mobile phone?
  13. What’s the best way to control spending?
  14. What glasses can reveal about your personality
  15. Should alcohol be banned from airports?
  16. Is Britain getting ruder?
  17. Should fracking be allowed?
  18. Should junk food be banned from public transport?
  19. Is university worth it?
  20. Watch out for the Textalyser!
  21. The internet’s immune system: Hackers!
  22. Australia’s greatest hero!
  23. Is this Britain’s strictest school?
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