Number one for English language teachers

Impressions: Friends

Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this lesson students will discuss what qualities are important in a good friend and answer a questionnaire to discover what kind of friend they are.


You can use this lesson alongside the Live from London: Friends video lesson

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Readers' comments (5)

  • Hi lainamom,

    We're sorry to hear it's proving expensive for you to copy our resources for use in class. We like to make the worksheets as colourful and attractive as possible for the students so that's why we design them in the way we do.

    We can't promise to change the existing lesson plans but we can certainly log your feedback so that when we look through our lists of suggestions from teachers, yours will be in there for us to consider.

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  • I wish Onestop would prepare a version of these lessons without all the pictures and heavy print.

    It's just too expensive to copy this out as is for a large class.

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  • Hi zayka,

    Happy to hear that and thanks for sharing.

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  • Thank you for the material. It`ll be useful for me while discussing the topic Friendship in the 9th form.

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  • good

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