Unsolved Mysteries (Upper-Intermediate ESL Lesson Plan)

Download the Unsolved Mysteries Lesson Plan (ESL) here: Unsolved-Mysteries-UppIntermediate-05042013.doc

Unsolved Mysteries Lesson Plan (ESL): Upper-Intermediate

a mysterious misty forest

Unsolved Mysteries Lesson Plan (ESL): Warm-Up

1) What genre of books and movies do you enjoy? Do you read mystery novels?
2) Do you know any unsolved mysteries from your town, city, or country?

Reading: 5 Unsolved Mysteries


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11 comments on “Unsolved Mysteries (Upper-Intermediate ESL Lesson Plan)

  1. gloria (Posted on 10-2-2013 at 12:59) Reply

    QUITE GRIPPING!

  2. Andrew (Posted on 7-28-2014 at 15:58) Reply

    Wow, great site and really interesting lesson plans. I wish you offered them as a printable PDF too, then it would be beyond good.

  3. Andrew (Posted on 7-28-2014 at 15:59) Reply

    Ok, just found the .doc link at the top. The site is officially beyond good.

  4. mb (Posted on 7-28-2014 at 22:34) Reply

    Glad you found it! Maybe I should make the link more noticeable…
    Hope your lessons go well.
    MB

  5. mty (Posted on 2-13-2015 at 13:30) Reply

    i wish there is an audio accompanying this. i used this in class and it was a great hit. thanks! can you add audio please

  6. Edison S (Posted on 3-5-2015 at 16:58) Reply

    Really liked it. It will work well with past modals.

  7. Debbie (Posted on 5-13-2015 at 03:47) Reply

    Great lesson plans…..a nice mix of discussion, vocab and roleplay making it really interactive, something which most teaching books fail on in my opinion.
    When will there be more Topics coming?

    1. mb Post author (Posted on 5-13-2015 at 12:45) Reply

      Hi Debbie. I’m no longer teaching classes that require me to make topical lesson plans, so most of the material I’ve been posting recently has been grammar-related. Things may change though in the future, as my classes change.

  8. Kory (Posted on 7-24-2016 at 14:51) Reply

    Love it!!!Amazing job!!!Keep up the good work!!!

  9. Vostok (Posted on 3-19-2022 at 08:12) Reply

    The fuck is that Ukrainian flag doing here!
    As a Russian, I think it is wrong when teaching becomes politically involved.

    1. mb Post author (Posted on 3-19-2022 at 13:55) Reply

      The state-run Russian media is lying to you about the purpose of the invasion. If your country still has access to YouTube, please view this video (https://www.youtube.com/embed/RzBM591AJk8) and let me know what you think. It’s from a captured Russian policeman.

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