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Lessons on the Move

 

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Young Learners

 

Stan and the Octopus 

Presenter: Katherine Stannett, NGL Author (feat. Special guests!) 

In this lesson we learn about Kath’s dog Stan, and help him find his favourite toy using vocabulary on prepositions and items around the house. And end the lesson with a song! 

 

Aimed at students aged 5-7 using original materials copyright Katherine Stannett. 

Emotions 

Presenter: Paul Dummett, NGL Author 

Learn about the adjectives for different emotions, and hear a story called Sand and Stone featuring the different emotions.  

 

Aimed at students at B1 level using Paul’s own materials.  

Two part lesson: Part 1: The 5 Senses 

Presenter: Paul Dummett, NGL Author 

In the first part of this two-part lesson you’ll learn about the 5 senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch, and different objects related to these words. 

 

Aimed at students at A2+ level using Paul’s own materials.  

Two part lesson: Part 2: The Real Batman 

Presenter: Paul Dummett, NGL Author 

In the second part of this two-part lesson, you’ll recap the 5 senses and hear a story about a man called Daniel, who they call ‘the real batman’, watch and find out more! 

 

Aimed at students at A2+ level using Paul’s own materials.  

How Are You? #1 

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant 

In this lesson we learn lots of words to talk about our feelings and we’ll end the lesson with a fun game to practice them.  

 

Aimed at students aged 6-8 using materials from Our World Second Edition Level 2 

How Are You? #2 

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant 

In this lesson there’s lots of clapping, making faces and singing as we listen to a song all about our feelings.  

 

Aimed at students aged 6-8 using materials from Our World Second Edition Level 2 

Sand & Stone 

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant 

 

In this lesson we hear a story about two boys and their journey across the desert and learn about the importance of forgiveness and friendship.  

 

Aimed at students aged 10-12 using materials from Look Level 5 

The Lion and the Mouse 

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant 

In this lesson we listen to a story about Lion and Little Mouse and learn about the importance of kindness.  

 

Aimed at students aged 6-8 using materials from Our World Second Edition Level 3 

Little Red Hen 

Presenter: Ellen Setterfield, NGL Product Marketing Executive - Young Learners  

In this lesson we listen to a story about Little Red Hen and Cat and learn about the importance of kindness.  

 

Aimed at students aged 5-7 using materials from Our World Readers, Level 1 

Too Many Animals 

Presenter: Ellen Setterfield, NGL Product Marketing Executive - Young Learners  

In this lesson we listen to a story about a group of animals taking refuge from the rain under a shed and learn more about numbers and animal names.  

 

Aimed at students aged 5-7 using materials from Our World Readers, Level 1

How are you?

Presenter: Andrew Tiffany, NGL Teacher Trainer  

In this lesson we learn about feelings.  

 

Aimed at students aged 4-5 using materials from Look and See 2nd Ed.

The Hunter & The Tortoise

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant

Why would a hunter want to catch a tortoise? For its shell? Or something else? In this lesson we listen to this story from West Africa and learn why it’s always important to keep your promises. You’ll also learn how to make a promise in English.

Aimed at students aged 10-12 using materials from Look Level 5

Friends

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant

Very often when we meet people we talk about our friends and family. In this lesson you’ll learn what makes a good friend and lots of adjectives to describe your friends and people you know.

Aimed at students aged 12+ using materials from New Close-up Pre-Intermediate

 

Teens

Too and enough 

Presenter: Paul Dummett, NGL Author 

In this lesson you’ll learn about the vocabulary of ‘too’ and ‘enough’, centred around the story of The frog and the fly.  

 

Aimed at students at B1 level using Paul’s own materials.  

Small Talk

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant

When we meet someone new it’s always a good idea to make “small talk”. In this lesson you’ll learn what topics you can and can’t talk about when making small talk, as well as lots of useful words and expressions to help you talk to new people.

Aimed at students aged 16+ using materials from Voices Elementary

“Hi! My Name’s…” (introductions)

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant

Meeting people for the first time can be hard. In this lesson you’ll learn how to introduce yourself and to ask questions to other people, giving you the confidence to make new friends.

Aimed at students aged 16+ using materials from Voices Beginner

Describing Photos

Presenter: Alex Warren, NGL Senior ELT Academic Consultant
Everyone likes taking photos, showing them to their friends and talking about them. In this lesson you’ll learn the language you need to talk about what you can see, what’s happening and where things are in your photos.
 

Aimed at Teens/Young adults using materials from New Close-Up and Voices

Adult Learners

 

My Special Book

Presenter: John Hughes, teacher, teacher trainer and course book author

In this lesson you’ll learn about special books and stories.

Aimed at students at A2 and above using materials from Life