One-night stands and flings are becoming commonplace.
Due to the rise of STDs, contraceptive use and medical testing has become increasingly important as well.
Perhaps, most importantly, people use language to build relationships with friends and family.Thus, students need to learn how to understand and use vocabulary in everyday situations.Each of the pages below is designed to build communication skills, with a Listening and Discussion activity.When English as a Second Language (ESL) students communicate in relationships, they need relevant vocabulary and grammar tools to confidently and accurately express their opinions in English.Knowledge of these tools can be developed through the discussion of varied relationship-related topics.Because relationships are a common topic of conversation, English as a Second Language (ESL) students need the language tools to converse confidently about relationships.This lesson provides teachers with relationship-related discussion questions for classroom use.How do you think apps like Tinder have changed online dating?What are some of the most interesting or unique dating apps you have heard of? Do you think that all the tech solutions to dating have made dating easier or more complicated?Where is the best place in your city to take a date? What can you do if you want to save money and go on a date?