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A two-hour ESL class, with a structure that balances various skills and keeps students engaged.

Here's a sample:

  1. Warm-up and Review (20 minutes): Quick activities to review previous lessons or introduce the day's topic.

  2. New Vocabulary and Grammar (30 minutes): Introduce new words and grammatical structures, using interactive methods.

  3. Listening and Speaking Practice (30 minutes): Activities like watching a short video and discussing it or role-playing based on the day's lesson.

  4. Reading and Writing (20 minutes): Engage with a short article or write responses to prompts.

  5. Wrap-up and Homework Assignment (10 minutes): Review key points and assign homework.

a 10-minute break in the middle helps keep students refreshed.

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