Brian’s Intermediate/Advanced ESL Teaching Corner​: Group Work in the Classroom

Description: Students will discuss how they feel about working by themselves versus working in groups.  Students will hear from several students (characters in the lesson) and talk about what they think in detail.  At the end, students will discuss the pros and cons of working in groups.
Age range:  Upper elementary – middle school, adult
Level: Upper intermediate – advanced ESL student
VIPKID equivalent: level 6-8
Vocabulary: assignment, off-topic, for no reason

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Difficulty: Advanced

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This lesson is part of the Pros & Cons curriculum.

If you enjoy this lesson please check out the other lessons in the series as well.

All my lessons are catered towards upper intermediate and advanced students.  Every lesson in the pros and cons curriculum has been tested on with multiple students.  These lessons were made based on parent expectations: conversation-based, maximizing student output, open-ended questions, and something along the lines of debate. 

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Some may know me as Sunny’s teacher or the teacher that posted funny/random videos on Instagram. I’ve been an educator since 2011. I taught with VIPKID for 5 years (17000 classes). I was represented in VIPKID’s 7th year anniversary. All my lessons are catered towards upper intermediate and advanced students. Every lesson in the pros and cons curriculum has been tested on with multiple students. These lessons were made based on parent expectations: conversation-based, maximizing student output, open-ended questions, and something along the lines of debate.

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Brian Erovick
Brian Erovick

Brian Erovick

I love making my own lessons that are catered towards the interest of my students. When I think of my own language learning experiences, I really enjoy learning through comic books and cartoons. I try to bring those elements into my lessons while still keeping them challenging at the same time.

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