Teaching English in the Hetrogenous E.S.L. Classroom

Dreams are a part of our everyday life and sometimes misunderstood. There are many different types of dreams. You will focus on the most common ones, good and bad dreams, yet, you should introduce other forms of dreams and vocabulary as well. Students should be able to talk and describe different types of dreams that they or others have.

This lesson plan includes:

3 forty-five minute lessons

What might go wrong, what can be done?

list of materials


Naama Shorr

I received my B.S. in Psychology at Bridgewater State College, and a Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate at the Boston Academy of English (BAE). I was born and raised in Massachusetts, am fluent in Hebrew and English and started teaching from a very young age. Currently living and teaching English to students in different levels in Israel and preparing high school students for the English matriculation exams. In my lessons I love to incorporate games, music, film and culture. Students are able to learn in a fun yet enriching atmosphere.

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