Dating and relationships lesson plans
If you’re an ESL teacher looking for fun activities for talking about dating, look no further.
Below are over thirty questions and activities to get your ESL students talking, reading and writing about dating.
I know them well and we enjoy discussing philosophical issues in depth.
The first page of lesson one may be difficult for groups of students who don’t know each other well or just don’t like thinking deeply about things.
MAIN IDEA: Dating is not a decision to be taken lightly.
God’s word gives us criteria for dating and marriage, although singleness is also a calling.
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It all started with a text my students had to read about aif you have no idea what I’m talking about). I didn’t have a bell so I used a Class Timer () The picture shows some of my students during the speed dating event. ♥After the speed dating event, my students were in the right mood to talk about relationships so we worked a bit on some vocabulary they might need to use when talking or writing about Dating, Friendship or Marriage.
Just the previous week we had been studying Indirect Questions so I thought it could be a good idea to mix speed dating and indirect questions. ♥It was the last lesson of the week and so the right time to set as homework for the weekend a Writing about the Advantages and Disadvantages of Non-Traditional Dating.
To say that there is no reason why we love another suggests we don’t even really make this choice (or if we do, we don’t understand how). You are sure of this because, against your will, you have fallen in love with your college professor. You’ve been seeing each other secretly for half a year. section below if you wish)1) “The grass is greener on the other side of the fence.” What does this mean?
This mini-play features two friends chatting about relationships in a Bolton café.