Let Me Introduce Myself…
I know what you’re thinking… “That sounds perfect! But who are you?” My name is Jessica Richie. I’m the brains behind Everyday ESL and I’m passionate about teaching adult ESL students and equipping teachers with the tools they need to do so!
I’ve taught adult refugees stateside, college students in Mongolia, preschool aged children, and just about everyone in between! I have a B.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and am currently creating resources for ESL teachers (on Everyday ESL) and volunteering with my local ESL community.
So, You Need to Learn English…
A set of 7 lesson plans and 20 printable worksheets designed specifically for beginner-level adult language learners.
Looking for Beginner-Level Adult ESL Lesson Plans? You’ve Come to the Right Place!
So, You Need to Learn English: 7 Beginner-Level Lesson Plans for Your Adult Learners is a set of 7 lessons designed to help your adult language class begin speaking English independently and with confidence!
I know how much time it can take to plan lessons for beginner-level students, especially when you’re still getting to know them! Let me worry about the lesson plans, so that you can start out your class teaching confidently and building relationships with your learners!
So, You Need to Learn English… was created to get your students engaged and talking in the classroom! Equipped with countless activities, reusable routines, and over 15 worksheets, you can feel prepared, relaxed, and excited to teach!
What to Expect
7 lesson plans. 20 worksheets. 4 reusable routines.
Countless learning opportunities.
Each lesson plan centers around a topic, such as setting goals, making appointments, and grocery shopping.
Grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing are woven into each activity in a way that mimics natural, authentic use. For example, prepositions of place are taught in relation to putting away groceries.
With an emphasis on speaking and discussion, So, You Need to Learn English… is sure to help you build a healthy learning community and deep relationships with your students from the first day of class!
Still Have Questions?
How do I know if it’s right for my class?
If your students have been in an English-speaking country for a number of years, use English fluently in the world, and/or work or attend school in English, then this resource may not be challenging enough for them. However, I was intentional about adding in variations to almost every activity, so that you can easily tweak the task to fit your students.
What if I don’t like it?
Don’t worry! If, after purchasing your lesson unit, you find that it’s just not a good fit for you and your students, simply send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll be happy to refund your purchase (and listen to your feedback, so that I can improve).
How much do I need to do to prepare a lesson?
I wanted to make these lessons as easy as possible to use because I know how precious time is as a teacher! Each lesson has a few simple tasks that need to be done beforehand, which are clearly outlined at the beginning of lesson. At most, you’ll need to review the lesson, decide if you’re going to use any of the variations, print out the worksheets, and collect some supplies (like markers, paper, visuals, etc).
Do you have a different question?
Go ahead and send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be sure to answer whatever questions you may have!