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What do feet have to do with romance and your ESL, EFL, ESOL lesson plans?
Well, if you want a lot ! and it’s easy to combine them with the help of blogs!
Reviewing and Expanding ESL, EFL ESOL Foot and Footwear Language with blogs!
Here’s a great blog, Your Chance For Romance that you can integrate into your English language lesson plan and review language for:
- the parts of the body
- foot-related language and feet problems
- the suffix “-wear” and its various collocations
- as well as strong adjectives vs regular adjectives and their intensifiers
and give your ESL, EFL, ESOL students an enjoyable lesson.
Here’s the website and blog article: The Most Romantic Footwear Is…..
An ESL, EFL, ESOL Lesson Plan with Romantic Feet Language!
I used this blog article with intermediate/upper-intermediate adult ESL, EFL, ESOL students.
- I started by asking them to tell me what they thought of as being romantic.
- Then I asked them if they ever thought of their feet as being romantic.
- Then I reviewed with them 8 words or terms that I knew could be new for them:
- fashion spreads
- the state of Minnesota and where its located
- the 2 meanings of heel, as well as high heels
- calves – in relation to the legs and the animals
- bunions, blisters and other foot-related problems
- hideous, and reviewed other strong adjectives and their intensifiers
- boomer and boomer age
- rhinestones and trim
- bare and its other collocations
My busy young university adults and business people found this blog post enjoyable and we had great discussions about what they considered romantic, their feet, their footwear and local customs.
Ah, one question to the author, Sonya…. the women want to know if some or all handbags could be considered romantic?
Enjoy teaching English!