Step-by-Step Curriculum Elementary
The first release of our curriculum content for your A2 Elementary students. Try it out!
Step-by-Step Curriculum Pre-Intermediate
The second release of our curriculum content for your B1 Pre-Intermediate students. Try it out!
Practice makes perfect! Get your students talking!
Texts for skimming, scanning, and finding information.
Authentic graded English to promote naturalness and fluency.
Is it in the red or in the black?
Build listening skills with audio recording and practice all question types.
Authentic reading texts and skill-building tasks.
Lessons for the Academic and General Training Modules of the writing component.
Ready your students for the Speaking component of IELTS!
Ensure your students respond effectively and within the time limit!
Authentic passages to practice all the question types.
Hone your students’ skills for this challenging task.
Your students must be familiar with all 10 question types!
Language in context and tasks to promote production!
Because when your students are in Rome, they should speak like Romans…
From what you eat to where you go we've got it covered.
Adjectives & Adverbs
Adjective lesson plans for descriptors and their friends...
Conditions & Wishes
If you wish you could find lesson content for conditionals...
Nouns & Articles
Person, place, thing, idea and everything in between...
Verbs - Modals
Could you, would you, should you or must you?
Multiword verbs including phrasal verbs, prepositional verbs and phrasal prepositional verbs.
Below, beneath, under, underneath or on the bottom of?
Verbs - Simple
Core ESL lesson plans - from the past to the present, into the future...
Verbs - Continuous
Sometimes verb tenses are ongoing.
Letters & Sounds
Lesson plans designed to get your students grounded.
Gerunds & Infinitives
Everything your student needs to complement a verb.
But it was delivered! I had it delivered...
The relative pronouns that your student needs to create complex sentences.
And she was like, OMG, and I was like, you need reported speech… Seriously!