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Lesson Plan: Global Warming and Its Impact on the Environment

Level: B1

Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to discuss global warming and its impact on the environment using appropriate vocabulary and grammar structures.

Time: 60 minutes

Materials: - Whiteboard or flipchart - Markers - Handouts with reading passages (optional) - Pictures or visuals related to global warming (optional)


  1. Warm-up (5 minutes):
    • Begin the lesson by asking students if they have heard about global warming and what they know about it.
    • Write their responses on the board and encourage a short discussion.
  2. Vocabulary (10 minutes):
    • Introduce key vocabulary related to global warming, such as greenhouse effect, carbon footprint, deforestation, renewable energy, etc.
    • Write the words on the board and ask students to guess their meanings.
    • Provide definitions and examples for each word, and encourage students to use them in sentences.
  3. Reading and Comprehension (15 minutes):
    • Provide students with a short reading passage about global warming and its impact on the environment.
    • Ask students to read the passage individually and underline any unfamiliar words.
    • Discuss the passage as a class, focusing on comprehension questions: a. What is global warming? b. How does it occur? c. What are some of the impacts of global warming on the environment?
  4. Discussion (20 minutes):
    • Divide the class into pairs or small groups.
    • Provide each group with a discussion question related to global warming and its impact on the environment.
    • Encourage students to discuss their opinions and ideas, using the vocabulary and phrases learned earlier.
    • Monitor the groups and provide assistance when needed.
    • After the discussion, ask each group to share their ideas with the whole class.
  5. Grammar Focus: Expressing Cause and Effect (10 minutes):
    • Introduce the grammar structure for expressing cause and effect using “because” and “so.”
    • Write example sentences on the board and ask students to identify the cause and effect in each sentence.
    • Provide additional examples and ask students to create their own sentences using the structure.
  6. Wrap-up (5 minutes):
    • Summarize the main points discussed during the lesson.
    • Ask students to share one thing they learned or found interesting about global warming and its impact on the environment.

Extension Activity (optional): - Assign students to research and prepare a short presentation on a specific aspect of global warming, such as melting ice caps, rising sea levels, or the impact on wildlife. - Encourage students to use their English skills to present their findings to the class in a future lesson.

Note: Adapt the lesson plan as needed to suit the specific needs and interests of your students.