Though many schools are winding down for a few months in North America, language learning continues through July and August in many parts of the world. Some teachers also like to keep their students busy even when they aren’t in the classroom. You can assign digital lessons to your students to help them avoid the summer slide. To help you plan ahead, here are some lessons that will be ready soon!
In this new lesson from Holidays & Events, students will learn about the “Festival of the Sacrifice” (July 30–Aug 3), an important holiday for Muslims.
We’ve had many requests for a low-intermediate version of our Discussion Starters lesson on Social Distancing. You’ll be happy to know that we have one in the works!
For several years, our publishing team has been rewriting and reformatting our Grammar Practice Worksheets section. This is the last lesson to complete before we tackle some brand-new grammar targets. Watch for an upcoming celebration post on our blog!
In this upcoming resource from Real-World Reading, low-level learners will practice reading very simple job ads.
Every family is unique! We’ve heard your requests, and we’re extending our flashcard set so that teachers will have lots of options for teaching vocabulary related to the family.