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Lesson Plans for Grammar Teaching of ESL / EFL Classes

Free English grammar lesson plans for beginning, intermediate and advanced level of English learning in ESL EFL classes as well as business English classes. Each lesson provides an introduction, step by step teaching guidelines and printable student worksheets.
  1. Tenses (13)
  2. Grammar Guides (12)
  3. Grammar Games (16)
  4. Grammar Forms (12)
  5. Grammar Review (17)

Teachers Share Grammar Lesson Plans for the ESL / EFL Classroom
ESL teachers share their best grammar lesson plans with other English teachers from around the world.

Grammar Reviewing Using A Sentence Auction - Sentence Corrections
Hold a sentence auction to help your ESL EFL TESOL TEFL TOEFL English students at review their English while playing a fun game.

A Difficult Situation: Using Modal Verbs of Probabilty in the Past
A difficult problem is presented and students talk about the problem and offer suggestions for a possible solution to the problem. While the focus is on the past forms of modal verbs of probability and advice (i.e., must have been, should have done, etc.), it also serves as a great starting point for a discussion of issues that are sure to be hotly debated.

A VIP - Present Perfect Simple and Continuous Lesson Plan
This lesson uses an imaginary biography to get students asking questions and speaking about completed accomplishments (present perfect) and duration of activity (present perfect continuous) in contrast to the simple past.

Getting to Know your Classmates - Advanced
The following conversation exercises serves the double purpose of introducing students to each other and getting them to converse from the get-go, as well as reviewing the a number of more advanced structures that they will be working on during your course. This spoken exercise can also work well as a means of review. For lower-intermediate or false beginners.

Getting to Know your Classmates - Lower-Intermediate
The following conversation exercises serves the double purpose of introducing students to each other and getting them to converse from the get-go, as well as reviewing the basic tense structures that they will be working on during your course. This spoken exercise can also work well as a means of review. For lower-intermediate or false beginners.

Lesson: Various Uses of "Like"
Pre-intermediate to intermediate lesson focusing on better understanding those all important questions with "like".

Label Sentences with Parts of Speech - Beginner Lesson Plan
Use this beginning level lesson plan to help students learn parts of speech while using these to understand basic sentence patterns.

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