New update: includes B1 and B2 presentations, redesign with animated assessment quiz, lesson notes and additional student tasks.
These two dynamic Powerpoint lesson plans include a range of speaking and fluency activities for you to engage your students both online and in the classroom.
Knowing a range of subordinate conjunctions and how they are used is vital for ESL students to improve their writing and pass Cambridge and IELTS exams. Knowledge of these range of function words helps students express their ideas more coherently. Students will learn to use language to show contrast, concession and support their ideas. These presentations offer a variety of tasks and fluency exercises throughout, keeping students fully engaged and assessing their learning as they move through the lesson.
Both presentations can last up to 90 minutes depending on the class size and the use of activities as students are carefully taken step-by-step through the grammar concepts. As with all of the English Evolution presentations, the lesson exercises focus on getting your students speaking and using the language in context whilst also assessing their learning.
These Powerpoint lessons will grab your students’ attention with animated slides, activities and assessments. Most importantly, by the end of the lesson, students will have a clear understanding of why subordinate conjunctions are one of the main building blocks to comparing, contrasting and expressing ideas effectively across sentence level when writing and speaking.
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