Theresa Dash - reviewer of the lesson   Theresa | January 27, 2024
Angielski ogólny
Emocje, Uczucia, Stres
Rodzaj treści
A2 Elementary, B1 Intermediate
Mixed Grammar
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Mówienie, Słownictwo, Słuchanie
ID lekcji
Czas trwania lekcji
30 minut

Opis lekcji

Have you found your inner peace? In this lesson, students will discuss meditation and relaxation techniques. This lesson features a video about a morning meditation routine. Students will practice topic-related phrases with the prepositions “up” and “down” and fixed expressions. Students will learn and practice vocabulary and idioms relating to the topic. The lesson includes plenty of lively discussions and practical worksheets suitable and appealing for both adults and youth.

Cel lekcji


When are you in your Zen zone? What do you do to relax? Watch this video
to learn about a morning meditation routine and how it can help you.

Transkrypcja Video

Słownictowo i wymowa

inner peace [noun]: a state of mental and emotional calmness, with no anxiety or stress
meditation [noun]: a practice that involves focusing the mind and eliminating distractions to achieve a state of mental clarity, relaxation, and heightened awareness
loosen up [phrasal verb]: to relax physically or emotionally; to become less tense or rigid
feel down [phrasal verb]: to experience sadness, disappointment, or a general sense of low spirits
put one’s feet up [phrasal verb]: to relax, often by sitting or reclining with one's feet elevated
feel up to something [phrasal verb]: to have the energy, willingness, or ability to do something
wind down [phrasal verb]: to gradually relax, slow down, or come to a conclusion, especially at the end of the day
let one's hair down [idiom]: to relax and be oneself, often by expressing one's true feelings or engaging in enjoyable activities without inhibition
morning routine [noun phrase]: a set of activities or tasks regularly followed in the morning, often for the purpose of starting the day in an organized and productive manner
positive affirmations [noun phrase]: statements or phrases aimed at promoting positive thinking, self-confidence, and a constructive mindset
center oneself [phrasal verb]: to focus one's thoughts, emotions, and energy to achieve a sense of balance and calm
visualize [verb]: to form a mental image or picture in one's mind; to imagine or see something in one's mind's eye
go down a rabbit hole [idiom]: to become deeply engrossed or distracted by a specific topic or task, often leading to a loss of focus on other matters
take a breather [phrasal verb]: to pause, take a short break, or catch one's breath, especially
during a challenging or stressful situation
take a chill pill [idiom]: to relax or calm down, often in response to someone who is agitated or
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