Stress Less

Theresa Dash - reviewer of the lesson   Theresa I May 06, 2022
Category
General English, Speaking Lessons
Topic
Stress, Health
Media
Text
Level
B2 Upper-Intermediate, C1 Advanced
Grammar
Exclamatory Sentences
Focus
Grammar, Speaking, Vocabulary
Lesson ID
B2C1-3
Lesson Time
30 minutes
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Visual representation of students discussing various ways to relieve stress and learning and practicing exclamatory sentences in an English online lesson.

Lesson Overview

Do you ever feel like you need to recharge your batteries? In this lesson, students will discuss various ways to relieve stress and review different things that can cause anxiety. Students will also learn and practice exclamatory sentences, vocabulary, and idioms relating to the topic. The lesson plan includes plenty of engaging discussion activities and worksheets that have been developed for adult and teenage learners.

Lesson Objectives



  • Listening: By listening to the warm-up discussion questions and vocabulary explanations related to stress relief, students will gain a better understanding of useful phrases like "to have too much on one's plate" and "unwind."




  • Speaking: Students will engage in group discussions to describe stress-relief activities and justify their preferences using exclamatory sentences. They will also answer questions about idioms related to stress, such as "burn the candle at both ends."




  • Vocabulary: The lesson introduces vocabulary and idioms related to stress relief, including "de-stress," and "to burn the candle at both ends." Students will use these words and phrases to discuss personal stress-relief preferences.




  • Homework: Students will complete exercises such as filling in blanks with appropriate exclamatory sentences and providing explanations for their personal preferences in managing stress. They will also practice distinguishing true or false statements related to stress management strategies.




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