What is hard for you could come easy for somebody else! 😉
For our friend who asked about good lesson prep example, there has been a nice reading comprehension lesson talking about games specifically a soccer game that went on for almost it entire time without score. Neither teams were able to do that.
The writer/teacher was capable of describing that game in a very interesting way that would make you feel that you were watching the game not only reading about it. In the meantime, he inserted a variety of soccer terminology within its context which intended to help students gaining more vocab words.
S/He used a good title for his lesson “Score” which could be of interest for both students and adults. One picture was added to illustrate the energy and immerse of players.
“Nice try! You almost had it!” shouted the coach as the team rushed back down the field.
The opponents now had possession of the ball. They flew past the first defender, took a shot at the goal, and missed.
“Make this one count!” bellowed the goalie as he kicked the ball out to his team…….Contact if you want the whole page.