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BBC lesson plans: for teenagers and adults - A2 and above.

BBC lesson plans: for teenagers and adults - A2 and above.

✅ World Book Day (young learners A2 and above)
- To build awareness about World Book Day 
- To practise vocabulary related to books 
- To practise the four skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking)

✅ Drawing dictation (teenagers or young adults A2-B2)
- To learn how to use prepositions of place correctly when describing a picture. 
- To practise giving instructions. 
- To work in a group, sharing information to complete a drawing task.

✅ Film reviews (teenagers or young adults A2-B2)
- To encourage students to join in a discussion 
- To develop students’ writing skills 
- To train learners to spend time planning before they write.

✅ Snack facts - recording vocabulary (teenagers or young adults A2-B2)
- To develop students’ awareness of vocabulary features (chunks, suffixes)
- To help students discover some ways to record vocabulary 
- To encourage students to keep a record of new vocabulary 
- To encourage students to work together on a collaborative task.

✅ Football and motivation (teenagers A2)
- To help students develop a positive self-concept 
- To improve students' motivation.

✅ A tour of London (teenagers A2)
- To develop students’ listening skills 
- To develop students’ speaking skills 
- To build on students’ cultural knowledge

✅ Card games (teenagers and adults A2/B1)
- To help students talk about (and play!) card games 
- To develop students’ reading skills 
- To expand students’ vocabulary 
- To develop students’ writing skills

✅ Rich! (teenagers and adults A2/B1)
- To help students use their imaginations to build up a fictitious character 
- To develop students' ability to use a variety of question forms and tenses 
- To develop students' communication skills 
- To develop students' writing skills

✅ How green are you? (teenagers and adults A2 and above)
- To interview others to complete a survey and summarise findings in a report 
- To develop questionnaires on current behaviour using present perfect forms 
- To understand the actions learners can take to reduce their impact on climate