There are times in our life when we cannot go it alone. We need the wisdom and perspective of another person or group to guide us to what we seek. Advice is plentiful these days, from online to our social group, however, is it always useful? How do you know if it should be followed? Can advice be taken negatively?
This intermediate lesson aims to get students thinking about advice and the context (medium, country and person) of that advice.
- Language level: B1+
- Aim: The context of advice given
- Learner type: Young learners; Teens; Adults
- Time: 45 – 60 minutes
- Activities included: Discussing quotes, conversation questions, presentation, image discussion
- Topic: Advice and making suggestions
- Language: Any (could connect with teaching second conditional)
- Materials: Text and images
- Download the PDF talking points page: Advice ESLTalkingPoints PDF
- Download the PDF images for class: Advice Images PDF