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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.”

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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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The Pack for Teachers: Pre-intermediate

Index: Pre-intermediate
1. Only in America: 6 original things to eat
a. Read and listen to an article about American food.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
2. Crime!
a. Learn helpful vocabulary and expressions for discussing crime.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
3. Three famous toilets
a. Learn about famous toilets and improve reading and listening skills.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
4. Four terrifying tales
a. Read and listen to an article about scary childhood stories.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and New Zealand man)
5. 5. 9 incredible world food records
a. Practice reading and listening skills with an article about some tasty world records.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
6. 20 things we can’t live without
a. Build reading and listening abilities with a study about what things people feel like they need today.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
7. Street music
a. Read and listen to an article about street musicians.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
8. Your boss and you!
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an entertaining article about dealing with your boss at work.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US woman)
9. The office bore
a. Read and listen to dialog between two co-workers.
b. Includes audio (Englishman)
10. Little jokes
a. Read and listen to a series of short jokes.
b. Audio included

11. Product labels
a. Practice reading and listening skills with funny labels companies put on their products.
b. Includes audio (Englishman)
12. At the doctor’s
a. Learn practical English to use at the doctor’s office from dialog between a doctor and patient.
b. Included audio
13. Noises with your hands
a. Learn the names for different noises that can be made with your hands.
b. Included audio
14. The emergency
a. Build reading and listening skills with a dialogue about an emergency.
b. Included audio
15. Why the hedgehog is the UK’s new national symbol
a. Read and listen to an article about the hedgehog as the UK’s national symbol.
b. Includes audio (Englishman and US man)
16. Things we still love to do
a. Use a study about childhood pastimes to practice reading and listening skills.
b. Includes audio (Scotswoman and Englishwoman)
17. English in Action: E-mail
a. Learn practical English to use when discussing emails with a vocabulary list and dialog.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
18. Natural English: What’s your favourite TV series?
a. Practice reading and listening skills with short interviews about favorite TV series.
b. Included audio (American woman, American man, Englishwoman, New Zealand man, French woman, American man)
19. All about me!
a. Listen to a recording of different people describing themselves.
b. Included audio (English accents)
20. Funny product labels
a. Practice reading and listening skills with funny labels companies put on their products.
b. Includes audio
21. Noise nuisance
a. Become more familiar with the names of noises that occur when people are arguing.
b. Included audio.
22. Taking a taxi!
a. Learn vocabulary and expressions that are associated with taking a taxi.
b. Audio included
23. Word booster: useful expressions with “do”
a. Practice using expressions that use the word “do”.
24. Six word games from The Hobbit
a. Strengthen reading and comprehension skills with riddles from a popular movie, The Hobbit.

Index: Intermediate

1. Think before you Tweet
a. Practice listening skills with famous posts from Twitter.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
2. Thieving animals
a. Read and listen to three funny stories about some mischievous animals.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
3. How to be assertive
a. Learn useful expressions and terms for when you need to be assertive.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
4. 10 ways to improve your life
a. Listen to and read an article about how to improve the way you live.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
5. The growing popularity of food photography
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about food photography.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
6. The Yeti
a. Listen to and read about the mystery of the Yeti.
b. Audio included (Englishmen)
7. Sliced bread or bagels: what’s more popular?
a. Listen to and read a study about the popularity of different types of bread.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
8. How effective are tasers?
a. Practice reading and listening skills with an article about the capabilities of police tasers.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
9. Should slang be banned?
a. Read and listen to a article about English slang.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
10. Science gone mad!
a. Practice reading and listening skills with an article about unusual scientific research.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
11. Learn 20 words & expressions to talk about transport
a. Learn practical English for discussing transportation.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
12. If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would it be?
a. Strengthen reading and listening skills with interviews about travel.
b. Included audio (US woman, US men, Englishwoman, New Zealand man, French woman)
13. Asking for permission
a. Learn useful terms and phrases to use when asking for permission.
b. Included audio (Englishmen)
14. Help! Ridiculous emergency calls
a. Improve listening skills with dialog from funny calls made to emergency services in the UK.
b. Audio included (Several English accents)
15. 14 fun things to do at the airport
a. Listen to and read an article some unique things to do at airports around the world.
b. Audio included (Englishmen)
16. Really ridiculous office rules
a. Listen to an read an article about English office rules.
b. Included audio (Englishwoman and Englishman)
17. 3 famous stars
a. Listen to a recording about famous actors and actresses.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US woman)
18. Travel English: on the plane
a. Learn practical English to use when you are traveling by plane.
b. Audio included (Scotswoman and Englishman)
19. Three unusual sports
a. Listen to an audio recording about unique sports found around the world.
b. Included audio (US woman and Englishmen)
20. Weird trivia
a. Use a matching exercise to practice vocabulary.
b. Audio included
21. Story time
a. Improve reading and listening skills with jokes, anecdotes and stories told by native speakers.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
22. Vocabulary clinic: UK / US words
a. Learn common expressions that are used in the UK and the US.
23. 40 useful e-mail expressions
a. Learn useful expressions to use in emails.
24. Top 20 phrasal verbs
a. Practice using commonly used phrasal verbs.

Index: Upper intermediate

1. 7 superstitions from English-speaking countries
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about common superstitions.
b. Audio included (US woman and Englishman)
2. Pronunciation problems with foreign words!
a. Read and listen to an article about common pronunciation problems.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
3. How to promote a product with buzz marketing
a. Learn about buzz marketing and improve reading and listening skills.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
4. Ridiculous injury claims by the police!
a. Read and listen to an article about funny police claims for personal injury.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
5. Clowns – it’s no laughing matter!
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about the declining popularity of clowns.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
6. Staff sickness shock
a. Read and listen to an article about increasing levels of employee sickness.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
7. 5 popular dance moves!
a. Strengthen reading and listening skills with an article about popular dance moves in English-speaking countries.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
8. London’s changing skyline
a. Read and listen to an article about the increase of skyscrapers in London.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
9. Talking about hypocrisy
a. Listen to an audio recording of three people talking about hypocrisy.
b. Included audio (US man and Englishman)
10. Monty Python: The Argument Clinic
a. Watch a video and read an article about having an argument.
b. Audio included
11. The environment
a. Learn useful vocabulary and phrases for when you want to discuss the environment.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
12. Bad day Tweets
a. Improve reading and listening skills with a list of overdramatic posts on Twitter.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
13. What’s your favourite main dish?
a. Listen to six different people talk about their favorite foods.
b. Audio included (Englishman, Irishman, Puerto Rican woman, Irish woman, American woman, Scottish woman)
14. Two expensive mistakes
a. Read and listen to the stories of some big mistakes.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
15. Three incredible holidays
a. Practice listening skills with an audio recording of three unique vacations.
b. Included audio (US man and Englishman)
16. Two unusual diets
a. Listen to an audio recording about two weird diets that people have tried.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
17. When e-mails go viral
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about funny emails that became famous.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
18. Practical English: making excuses
a. Learn useful vocabulary and expressions commonly used for making excuses in English.
b. Audio included (Englishman and New Zealand man)
19. Business English: useful expressions with “work”
a. Learn practical English that is commonly used in the workplace.
b. Includes audio
20. Two famous films!
a. Listen to two people talk about two newly released films.
b. Audio included (Scotswoman and Englishwoman)
21. How to be more attractive
a. Listen to and and read about research conducted on what makes people attractive.
b. Included audio (Scotswoman and US woman)
22. Are we washing too much?
a. Improve listening and reading skills with an article on the benefits of washing less frequently.
b. Included audio (New Zealand man)
23. Useful idioms: Danger
a. Learn about some common idioms used in English-speaking countries.
24. The Google Guys: Larry Page & Sergey Brin
a. Learn some English business tips and strengthen reading comprehension with an article featuring Google’s founders.

Index: Advanced

1. 6 different types of anger!
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article that explains the different types of anger.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
2. Caught on camera!
a. Read and listen to three different stories of embarrassing situations that were caught on camera.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
3. Work contracts to watch out for!
a. Read and listen to an article about tricks that have been hidden in some work contracts.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
4. 5 not-so-clever criminals!
a. Read and listen to 5 different stories some criminals who weren’t very sneaky.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
5. Airline mysteries!
a. Listen to and read about two of the craziest airplane mysteries.
b. Audio included (Englishman and US man)
6. 4 types of robber!
a. Practice reading and listening with an article about 4 unique cases of theft.
b. Audio included (US man and Englishman)
7. 6 socially-awkward situations!
a. Read and listen to 6 awkward situations and learn how to deal with them.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
8. Was Shakespeare the world’s first psychologist?
a. Practice reading and listening skills with some famous quotes from Shakespeare.
b. Audio included (Englishman)
9. 5 unusual people to follow on Twitter!
a. Read about 5 weird accounts that can be found on twitter.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
10. How to enjoy life… slowly!
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about the beneficial aspects of slowing down.
b. Included audio (Englishman and US man)
11. Four holiday scams to watch out for
a. Strengthen listening skills with four stories of some tricky con artists.
b. Audio included (Several English accents)
12. How to understand the British
a. Learn about indirect language used by the British and practice listening skills.
b. Included audio (Englishwoman and Englishman)
13. Five money conversations
a. Listen to an audio recording of 5 different money exchanges.
b. Included audio (Several English accents)
14. Four stories of lucky people
a. Listen to and read four stories about some lucky escapes.
b. Audio included (Several English accents)
15. The 9 types of intelligence
a. Improve reading and listening skills with an article about the different types of intelligence.
b. Included audio (New Zealand man and Scotswoman)
16. Business news: How airlines make their money
a. Practice reading and listening with an article about the financial side of airlines.
b. Audio included (Englishman and Englishwoman)
17. Beware of the drones
a. Read and listen to an article about the different uses of new drone technology.
b. Audio included (New Zealand man)
18. 5 celebrities who fell from grace
a. Improve reading and listening comprehension with an article about popular celebrities who took a turn for the worse.
b. Audio included (US man and Englishman)
19. Zombie attack
a. Strengthen reading comprehension with an article that explains why zombies are so popular today.
b. Audio included (US woman and New Zealand man)
20. The business trip
a. Listen to a conversation between two co-workers.
b. Included audio (Englishman and Englishwoman)
21. Slang conversation: DIY / Home repairs
a. Learn some common slang words and expressions related to home repairs.
b. Included audio (Englishman and New Zealand man)
22. Group talk: Do you like eating out?
a. Improve advanced listening skills by listening to multiple speakers in an informal setting.
b. Audio included (Several English accents)
23. Phrasal Verbs: Problems
a. Learn useful phrasal verbs that are related to problems.

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