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so and such

How to teach so and such, enough, too many and too much

These little words - some adverbs, some determiners, sometimes pronouns and generally very useful – now have four lessons dedicated to them on Off2Class, in our Adjectives and Adverbs Category. We know that you’ll enjoy teaching these to your Pre-Intermediate students. So and such, enough, not enough, too many and too much! A5.3 - So-and-such[...]

teach quantifiers and determiners

How to teach quantifiers and determiners

Welcome to 2017! We’ve added five lessons to help you teach quantifiers and determiners to your pre-intermediate students. When you teach quantifiers and determiners it is generally rewarding because it makes students feel as though they are leaving behind those annoying ‘Tarzan-like’ qualities of their English and gaining further naturalness. While some determiners, like the definite[...]

possessive, reflexive and reciprocal pronouns

How to teach possessive, reflexive and reciprocal pronouns

Off2Class is pleased to announce the addition of three lessons to our ESL content library, covering possessive pronouns, reflexive pronouns and reciprocal pronouns. Most teachers cover subject and object pronouns quickly, and rightly so. Students often already have a grasp of them even without a teacher-led lesson. However, as a student progresses, an understanding of[...]

teach ielts reading online

Complete materials to teach IELTS Reading online

Extra, Extra! Read all about it! Off2Class now has a category of lessons designed for you to teach IELTS Reading online! All students read every day. They read signs and notes, news articles and gossip columns. They scan timetables for information and browse reviews for the latest book to read, film to watch and restaurant[...]

ielts listening

How to teach IELTS Listening and Webinar

Listen up! Off2Class now has a category of lessons dedicated to IELTS Listening. Coaching a student to succeed in IELTS Listening is not solely about vocabulary and grammar. Success is determined more by the skills needed in the exam along with a familiarity with the question types that students encounter. We’ve released a group of[...]


Asking for and giving directions ESL lesson plans

Need some direction to teach directions? We've added our first asking for and giving directions ESL lesson plans! Our asking for and giving directions lessons are loaded with images and our own, beautiful town map oozing with color and detail. In the imaginary town of Sherbourne, your student will learn to explain static locations with[...]


Travel English Lesson Plans – Ready to Teach

Our beautiful, bright and colourful travel English lesson plans have been so well received that we have released a few more. Just a week after we released the initial five lessons in our Functional Language Category, we've received a lot of positive feedback and requests for more lessons. Our Functional Language lessons contain no explicit grammar[...]


Functional Language Lessons with Tasks

Off2Class has released bright, colorful vacation-themed functional language lessons to get your students talking. Our newest category: Functional Language lessons contain no explicit grammar and focus on language in context which leads to tasks to promote the target language. Our first five lessons in the series will help students to talk about vacation time and[...]


5 New Advanced ESL Reading Activities

We've released five new Advanced ESL Reading Activities for your students! For our first Advanced ESL Reading Activities we’ve chosen topics that we know will motivate your students! Each lesson contains some pre-reading discussion questions, followed by articles written in different styles. The articles contain a small glossary that assists while reading the text, and[...]


Advanced ESL Speaking Activities

One of the challenges of teaching Advanced Students is to maintain motivation. Mundane topics that deal with the everyday aspects of life are fine at lower levels of proficiency, when vocabulary might still be limited, but an Advanced Learner, especially an adult, is less likely to enjoy a lesson on What I did on my[...]

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