With the successful release of the next installment of the Marvel Studio franchise, Avengers: Endgame, your students are sure to be buzzing with Super Hero excitement.
So here’s a lesson plan to help motivate your learners. They will use comparatives and superlatives to discuss the relative powers of the characters from Pearson Level 3: Avengers: Age of Ultron and Pearson Level 4: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Then, they’ll make a set of Super Hero cards and play a game of chance and skill to win their partners’ cards. The lesson is ideal for A2+ students, both children and young teens.Free Lesson Plan
An exciting range of Marvel Readers
Adding a pop culture reference from Marvel to your lessons is a fun way to engage your students, especially if they are already Super Hero fans.
Our Marvel Cinematic Universe Readers can bring life to your class and help spark your students’ imaginations, teach them new vocabulary and encourage lots of great English language communication in your classroom.
Each Marvel Cinematic Universe Reader comes with audio and teacher resources and will soon be available in Ebook format.
Here are two of our newest Marvel Readers.
Pearson Level 3: Avengers: Age of Ultron
Fans of the Avengers series will love Pearson Level 3: Avengers: Age of Ultron. Once again, the Avengers face a terrible enemy – but this time, it’s one of their own creation.
When Tony Stark (AKA Iron Man) tries to understand and control an alien artificial intelligence, it takes over his lab and creates an army of robot warriors. The team must work together to save the world as Ultron threatens to destroy it.
Will they save the people of Sokovia or will Ultron cause global extinction?
You can find Pearson Level 3: Avengers: Age of Ultron with audio and teacher resources on our website.
Pearson Level 4: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
We fell in love with the band of rogues in the first film and Pearson Level 4: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 brings the crazy gang back together, this time to fight a mysterious being called Ego.
At first, he seems to be a good guy, rescuing them when their spaceship is attacked. But who is he really? And why is he so interested in Peter Quill?
For those who love following the adventures of Peter Quill, Gamora and the gang, Pearson Level 4: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is available on our website, with teacher resources and audio.
Check out our blog post Engage your students with out-of-this-world Marvel Cinematic Universe Readers for more lesson ideas.
Who’s your favorite Marvel Super Hero? Let us know in the comments below.
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