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English level: High Beginner (Students should have some proficiency in English, understand simple past tense, and read full sentences comfortably.) Together, the class will practice six vocabulary words before reading "The Princess and the Pea" together from a colorful PowerPoint presentation. We will pause every few pages of reading for a check of comprehension. I give every student a chance to read, speak, and take part in the activities. There are cute and colorful illustrations to keep...
I have 15+ years of experience teaching reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and other ESL topics. I also have many years' experience writing ESL materials for publication.
Worksheets and flashcards are available in downloadable PDF format.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The source for this story is Hans Christian Anderson's "The Princess and the Pea." For this lesson, it was retold by the teacher. The original story is in the public domain and free to use. The illustrations are by KeepinItKawaii (with commercial license) and Pixabay (free use).
English & ESL Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
24 total reviews
37 completed classes
*I will be back soon! Sorry for the delay!* Hello! My name is Trudy. I am new to Outschool. If there is a class you would like to see on my schedule, please let me know! I can teach grammar, writing, reading, vocabulary--anything you need. I'm...