Online Speaking Club
Zapraszamy na spotkania online skoncentrowane na nauce płynnego mówienia w języku angielskim. Spotkania prowadzone są przez Native Speaker’a, na których poruszana jest różna tematyka.
Tematyka Online Speaking Club
In this speaking lesson about TV shows, students do a variety of speaking activities and watch two trailers. In the discussion part of the lesson, you will think about some successful TV shows and grade how important some elements are for a show to be successful.
In this speaking class, students answer some conversation questions about professions. You will watch two videos about unusual jobs, and share your views on some issues regarding jobs and careers.
This lesson plan is based on a popular TED Talk by Matt Cutts about taking 30-day challenges. It consists of vocabulary and speaking activities, and includes a 30-day English challenge. The challenge includes the following vocabulary: 50 adjectives (week 1), 50 nouns (week 2), 50 phrasal verbs (week 3), 50 idioms (week 4).
In this video-based lesson about flying economy, business and first class with Emirates, students will be practising conjunctions and prepositions. They will also discover some luxurious cabin features while discussing business trips. In the final part of this lesson, students will look at ten photos and describe them using the corresponding conjunctions and prepositions. After that, students engage in a role-play, where one of them is an employee in an international company who tries to convince their boss that they should travel first class instead of business.
In this lesson, students will discuss what they know about South Africa and watch an educational video about an extraordinary man known as the Lion Whisperer. We will also look at some holiday spots for you to perhaps visit in the future, as well as the differences in South African and Polish Christmas traditions. If you have any of your own burning questions to ask about South Africa, this is your time!
This worksheet focuses on speaking about news and news sources. Students also talk about changes and problems related to the media and news and watch and discuss a video. In this part of the lesson, students watch the video about a journalism crisis (inc. a lack of trust in the news, the changes in the content). After watching, your task is to summarise it by finishing sentences with what you remember as well as your own ideas. Next, they participate in a discussion on whether they agree with everything mentioned in the video. Also, students talk about a wide range of other issues (e.g. news credibility, future of the media, political bias, paying for news with personal data). The lesson finishes with an activity on speaking about news and its problems.
With this speaking lesson plan, students watch a video about growth and fixed mindsets and get plenty of opportunities to discuss them. They also learn some collocations referring to challenges and development, as well as practise word formation.
This lesson focuses on the future of work. The big question here is whether robots will take over our jobs or not. During the lesson students will watch a short TED talk by A. Goldbloom called “The jobs we’ll lose to machines — and the ones we won’t”. You will have to prepare and hold a debate on the key question: will machines steal our jobs.
In this lesson students practise their listening skills with an engaging video about making small talk in English, learn several phrasal verbs and sharpen your small talk skills through a series of speaking activities.
In this lesson, students talk about materialism and how the pandemic influenced our view of material gains, and do a transformation task.
In this lesson students learn some expressions with make, watch a video and discuss life-changing decisions. In the last part of the lesson, students do a sentence transformation activity. You need to complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first one. With this task, students practise the expressions with make and other phrases they learned in the lesson. Then, you say whether the statements are true for you. Finally, students do a speaking activity in which you decide which of the life-changing decisions from the list are the hardest to make (e.g. taking out a mortgage, choosing a career, quitting a job).
This lesson plan is based on a short video featuring Michelle Obama who talks about imposter syndrome. Students will discuss the term, learn some facts about it and speak a lot.
In this lesson students talk about their dream homes, revise vocabulary for describing homes and put it into practice through various speaking activities.
This speaking class provides an opportunity for students to have a lot of conversation practice. You will discuss the topics of relationships, meeting new people and making friends. During the lesson, you will also watch a video about Airbnb and talk about your attitude towards staying with strangers.
This lesson plan looks at the modern office spaces and the cool amenities there are in the office right now. You will discover Facebook’s London office and what it looks like. You will also have a chance to discuss whether those extra facilities boost work efficiency, which ones are actually practical and which just look nice on paper. The aim of the lesson is to practise speaking skills with a work-related topic, but the worksheet also includes listening comprehension and vocabulary tasks.
This worksheet based on Sheryl Sandberg’s talk “Why we have too few women leaders” focuses on gender equality and the perspective of Facebook’s COO on the problem of not enough women holding senior management positions.
This lesson includes tasks on food-related words and a lot of activities for talking about food. You will also watch a video about dishes from different countries and discuss your eating preferences.
In this lesson, students will watch an interesting video about microchipping, learn vocabulary for expressing advantages and disadvantages and discuss the technology that might replace smartphones.
In this lesson about diet and obesity, students reflect on the factors contributing to the problem of obesity, listen to a news report and learn some words and phrases related to health. There will also be the opportunity to debate the topic.