There’s a Monster in the Kitchen!

Recently the organisation where I work replaced coursebooks with set lessons. Not only that, but students now choose the lesson they attend based on factors such as the lesson outcomes. Help! I’m no longer able to use the hour-long lessons I’ve spent years compiling. This is actually an opportunity. Many among us now realise that sustainability has to be embedded […]

How About a Meat-free Monday?

I’m delighted to share this lesson created by Clyde Fowle. Clyde created this lesson as his assignment for the online course Language Teaching for the Planet. He is a language teacher and a chef and has a vegetarian cooking blog with some mouth-watering recipes. This lesson reflects his interest in food, teaching and green issues Why not try it in […]

Zero Waste Cold and Flu Medicine

Have you ever wondered if the medicines we take for a cold might not be the best thing not only for ourselves but also for the planet? Here comes the YouTuber of Trash is for Tossers Lauren Singer with a solution! This lesson is ideal now as it’s chilly outside. For adults and teens A2 upwards. Download this lesson plan […]