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Here are some of the Scrambled Eggs language series. The list is in constant evolution and therefore may not be completely up-to-date:

A1 Beginner series

  1. Likes/Dislikes
  2. Likes/Dislikes/Favorites – usually at least 2 lessons, maybe 3
  3. Charlie and Angela (1)
  4. Charlie and Sarah (2)
  5. Charlie and Sarah (3)
  6. Adv_freq
  7. Activities_Groupwork – for groups integrate DailyRoutineSHEETS
  8. DaysOfTheWeek
  9. Routine-AdvFreq
  10. Basic-Adj (+ Fred’s Day) – can be split into two if necessary
  11. Questions
  12. Guess who?
  13. John’s Day
  14. Can+How-Much (usually 2 hours)
  15. Need+adj
  16. Can+Need Jobs
  17. NEED Seasons + Weather
  18. Describing City
  19. My home series (see below)

MY HOME SERIES (Mid A2, Low B1)

  1. City Apartment Part 1
  2. City Apartment Part 2
  3. Come on in
  4. Taboo (if you think student is ready for a game!)
  5. Three Cities
  6. A lot of town (also available in business version ‘A lot of Business’)
  7. Too Many Cook

 

Basic Descriptions Series (from Mid A2 to High B1)

  1. What should I do? A2 (available in ‘What should I do? Business’)
  2. Flowcharts
  3. Sports Time (also available as ‘Business Time’)
  4. Favorite Film

PRESENT CONTINUOUS (High A2, Low B1)

  1. Restaurant Review (Also available in ‘Business Review’)
  2. Scrammy Café 1 (up to Mr. Bean)
  3. Scrammy Café 2 (audio + roleplays)
  4. Time + Ordering
  5. Photo Portraits
  6. On the Street
  7. Postcards

PRESENT CONTINUOUS IN THE FUTURE SERIES (High A2, Low B1)

  1. Welcome to my home
  2. Weekend with Celebs, also available in business form (formerly known as Pres_Cont_Fut_Celebs)
  3. Dan Next Week

FIRST CONDITIONAL SERIES (High A2, Low B1)

  1. Bad Hair Day
  2. Board Games
  3. Seasons+Weather 1st Cond
  4. 1st conditional sports

COMPARATIVES (High A2, Low B1)

  1. Transport Comparatives
  2. Paris vs. New York (potentially 2 hours)
  3. Three Cities (usually for students bordering A2-B1 but also for higher if they like travel/geography)
  4. Food comparatives
  5. Fashion Comparatives
  6. Family Tree Comparatives
  7. Professional Comparatives (if business-oriented)
  8. Job Talk (if business-oriented)
  9. Stages of Life
  10. Personal Talents
  11. Simply the Best (Also available in BUSINESS form)

Going to Future Series

  1. Going to jobs
  2. Going to predictions
  3. Work-life balance (available in school and travel forms)
  4. Then go to first conditional series

Too vs. Enough Series (High A2-Low/Mid B1)

  1. Too vs. Enough Jobs (possible 3 hours)
  2. Phobias
  3. Maximum Capacity

If they’re good enough (mid B1), move on to Crime Series below!

CRIME/PASSIVE SERIES (Low to High B1)

  1. Who did it?
  2. FBI Archives
  3. Passive Actions
  4. Passive Ice Cream
  5. Accidental Museum
  6. Revolutionary Inventions (Only for higher levels)

HAVE YOU EVER? (Low B1-Mid B1)

  1. Airport Experiences (or ‘Business Experiences’)
  2. Airport Customs
  3. Make vs. Do
  4. Lifestyles (Bit harder, judge by the student’s level)
  5. If ready, move on to passives!

BUSINESS COMPARATIVES (Low-Mid B1)

  1. Professional Comparatives (if business-oriented)
  2. Job Talk (if business-oriented)
  3. Simply the Best BUSINESS

LOW LEVEL BUSINESS SERIES (High A2, Low B1)

  1. Can+Need Jobs
  2. Can+How-Much BUSINESS
  3. John’s Day
  4. Everyday Jobs
  5. What should I do? A2 business
  6. Business Review
  7. Company Growth
  8. Guess who business SIMPLIFIED
  9. Company Presentations low b1
  10. Business Experiences
  11. Guess What Business
  12. See modals series

MEDIUM BUSINESS SERIES (Mid to High B1 and beyond)

  1. Making Moves
  2. Workplace roles
  3. Guess who business
  4. Job training
  5. Company Presentations (this lesson can be placed anywhere whenever you think the student is ready for it)
  6. Business Accidents
  7. Tavern on the Green
    At this point, not necessarily business-oriented!
  8. Major Passions (split into 2 parts)
  9. Takeovers
  10. Small talk (if you think this is suitable for the student)
  11. Cutting corners
  12. Would you mind
  13. Would you mind 2 (with audio) only for more business-aimed courses
  14. Adjectives of difficulty

Modals Series (from low B1 to high B1)

  1. Should-must-have-to
  2. Risky Business
  3. Rising to the Occasion
  4. Ready for Take-Off
  5. Scheduling Appointments (2 hours)
  6. Chic Boutique (Business or non-business)
  7. Miracle
  8. Educated Guesses
  9. Being polite (if you think the student will never do the ‘countries’ series)

Countries Travel Series (from low B1 to high B1)

  1. Describing Flags (if you think student could like this)
  2. Countries
  3. Trip advisor (easier version for low B1)
  4. Being Polite (potentially split into 2)
  5. Favorites
  6. Tour Guide (potentially split into 2)
  7. Taxis
  8. Average Joe
  9. Planning Parties (exists in a B1 and B2 version)
  10. Mr. Indifferent
  11. Bad Habits
  12. Flatmates (exists also in Business version of “Coworkers”)
  13. British Etiquette
  14. Zero Waste

Looks Like Series  (Mid B1-B2)

  1. Describing Objects
  2. Accidental Museums
  3. Infomercials
  4. Looks Like

Negotiation Series (Mid B1 to Low B2)

  1. Housing Crisis
  2. Calling For Help
  3. Craigslist Calls

Advanced Comparative (from Mid B1 to B2)

  1. Paris vs. New York
  2. Television Lane – this one is more for high B1/B2
  3. Simply the Best (integrating Television Lane vocab, also available in BUSINESS form)

More, More Series (from Mid B1 to B2)

  1. Addicted
  2. Infomercials
  3. Famous Injuries
  4. Frankly

PAST TENSE SERIES (High A2 to Mid B1)

  1. Was/went
  2. Celebrate good times
  3. Historical events
  4. Dan’s Day Past
  5. Meeting People
  6. Past Questions
  7. Travel Disasters
  8. Storytelling worksheet
  9. Mr. Sunny and the Thief
  10. Training Day
  11. Firsts
  12. Guess What?
  13. Adjectives of Difficulty (easier version)
  14. Mr. Indifferent
  15. Difficult Situations
  16. Biggest achievements (only if they’re really strong at this point, this lesson is at least mid B1)

NOTE ABOUT PAST TENSE SERIES:

If they’re a chatty group/student – work in “Holidays Past” after “Past Questions” but otherwise skip it

Connectives Series (Mid B1 – Low B2)

  1. Chic Presentations (if applicable)
  2. How do you adv
  3. Up for it
  4. Connectives taboo
  5. Jim Parssons (best ever)
  6. Town Hall

2nd conditional:

  1. 4 Day Work Week
  2. Stressed out
  3. Inconveniences
  4. Superheroes (only for more creative types)
  5. Arguments
  6. Apartments and more
  7. Solarbox
  8. Social Clubs

Infinitive vs. Gerund Series (High B1 – B2)

  1. Rather not
  2. Allowed to B2
  3. Putting it off
  4. Cirque du Soleil

Strong B2 Culture Series:

  1. Blogging (now known as Podcasts)
  2. App Tank
  3. Houses for 1 Euro
  4. Cultural Norms
  5. Technical Timeline
  6. Design Week
  7. Debates
  8. Unique Destinations
  9. DIY TED Talks

 

B2/C1 Business Series

  1. Innovative Offices
  2. Innovation

B2 New Starts Used to Series

  1. New Starts
  2. Radio Help
  3. First impressions (business oriented, so depends on student)
  4. Used to Culture
  5. Estrella the dog (VERY DIFFICULT, only for C1)
  6. Get phrasal verbs (assign lots of hmwk as next lesson is smaller)
  7. Get supplement

Strong B2/C1 Speculation Series:

  1. Wishful thinking
  2. Fast Fashion (if you think student is into this)
  3. Fancy Dress (if you think student can handle past, go for it. Otherwise switch everything to present)
  4. Speculating the Unspeculated
  5. What are the odds?
  6. Entrepreneurs
  7. Good news, bad news
  8. DIY TED Talks

Present Perfect Continuous:

  1. Rough Drafts
  2. PPC Timothy
  3. Community Centre
  4. National Landmarks
  5. Festivals
  6. Majestic Relationships

3rd Conditional Series (B2-C1)

  1. 3rd conditional – decisions
  2. 3rd conditional – regrets
  3. Marathon Man
  4. Direct TV
  5. Famous Regrets

 

IELTS Academic Series

  1. LESSON 1&2 IELTS Writing 1
  2. LESSON 1&2 IELTS Writing 1
  3. Correct homework (full writing 1) + IELTS speaking lesson (these are normal Scrambled Eggs lessons but slightly modified in order to have a speaking simulation at the end)
  4. Writing 2 Intro (tell them to do a listening practice test for homework)
  5. Writing 2 Keywords & Map Listening
  6. Reading Packet (if really struggling, we also have a slideshow called TFNG which you can send for homework)
  7. Correct homework (full writing 2) + IELTS speaking lesson (these are normal Scrambled Eggs lessons but slightly modified in order to have a speaking simulation at the end)
  8. Writing 2 Skeleton OR Writing 2 Manias (<- Manias for high B1 and up who are doing well with the Writing 2, otherwise writing skeleton to help them plan their ideas, and then do some “speed writing intros” where you give them a prompt and make them do the intro in 4-6 minutes, keep doing this until you’re satisfied, then finish with a speaking!)
  9. Writing 1 Maps & Diagrams and full speaking simulation
  10. Final hour dedicated to whatever they need to work on or feel they need to work on- could be more reading examples, could be vocab for writing, could be speaking simulations

EXTRAS (for upper levels and/or for students doing more than 10 hours):

  • Writing 1 Comparisons
  • Full Listening practice test during lesson to discuss tactic and strategy (this can also be done in the 10 lessons depending on how they do on the practice test homework)