Hello everyone! It’s been a loooong time since my last post! I’ve been pretty busy in my personal life and got a little burned out on teaching and writing lesson plans. BUT, I’m back now!
And I’m moving! I’ve migrated a lot of my stuff over to the new website: ESL Reading Plans
I hope that those of you who have utilized my lesson plans and novel guides in the past will move with me and check out the new website! I’m continuing to write novel guides (and have just finished up my first non-fiction book guide!) and am planning to post some more vocabulary and reading skill based lessons!
Thanks for all the love the past few years, and hope to see you in the future!
Hello everyone! I hope you had a lovely spring break (if you get one)! I was hoping to come back to sunshine and warm weather after spring break, but so far it’s just been rain and snow. Oh well! This week’s current events lesson plan is centered on snow/weather, so I hope you enjoy!
This week’s article is very short, and has a limited vocabulary. It is best for an elementary or low-intermediate ESL reading class. Like most of my lessons, this is prepared specifically for a college-level ESL reading class in the US, but it can easily be adapted to many other situations! It’s free to download – just click on the link below to download the lesson from Gumroad. Enjoy, and feel free to leave a comment if you use this lesson in class!