Lesson of the Day
In 2001, UNESCO declared January 16th to be “Beatles Day.” In our featured lessons about the Beatles, your students will learn some interesting history about the Fab Four and the birth of Beatlemania. Students share their own knowledge and practice comparing the Beatles to other bands. In our intermediate-level lesson, learners research how a musician gets knighted. We also have a Famous People lesson about John Lennon.
Lesson of the Week
Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday observed in the US on the third Monday of January. MLK was one of the most significant leaders in US history. In this week's featured Famous People lessons, your students will read a biography about this historic leader.
Modals of Ability – Present
What are your students good at? Can they knit? Can they play the guitar? In this lesson, students learn how to use can and can't to describe their abilities. Writing, speaking, and pronunciation tasks are included.
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