EnglishClass101 All About Curriculum 

In this set of 15 lessons, you will learn all about the society and culture of the United States and other English speaking countries. These lessons are entirely in English and are for those who want to learn more about the English language and in-depth information about the countries where it is spoken.

Title/Topic Function Summary
#1 Introduction to English and the Top 5 Reasons to Study Understanding the United States and the English language Background of the English Language, About the Motherland, Where Is English Spoken?, Why is it Important?
#2 Learn The English Writing System Understanding the English Writing System The English Writing System
#3 Learn English Grammar Understanding the characteristics of English Grammar Basic English Grammar
#4 Learn English Pronunciation Understanding the characteristics of English Pronunciation Sounds, Stress and Syllables
#5 Top 5 Must-Know English Phrases Using the top 5 must-know phrases in English #1 Must-Know Phrase: "What's Up?"
#2 Must-Know Phrase: "See Ya Later"
#3 Must-Know Phrase: "Guys"
#4 Must-Know Phrase: "You're Kidding!"
#5 Must-Know Phrase: "You Know What I Mean?"

#6 Think You Can Answer These 5 Questions About the United States? Testing yourself on the United States 5 quiz questions testing your knowledge on the United States
#7 Top 5 American Dishes You Have to Try and Top 5 Desserts for the Sweet Tooth Talking about famous dishes Table Etiquette, Regional Dishes, Well-Known American Desserts, Seasonal Dishes, Top Five American Foods, Top Five Foods for Your Sweet Tooth
#8 Top 5 Things You Need to Know About American Society Understanding daily life and society in the United States Life in the United States: Major Cities, Family Life, Work Culture and Economy, Politics, General Trends
#9 Top 5 Important Dates in America Understanding important holidays Super Bowl Sunday, New Year's Eve, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
#10 Top 5 Pop Culture Things/Icons You Need to Know About in the USA Talking about American pop culture Pop Culture in the United States: Music, Movies, Television, Sports, Technology
#11 Top 5 Tools for Learning English Using the top 5 most useful tools to help you learn English Top 5 Useful Tools for Learning English:
1. A Good Dictionary
2. Urban Dictionary
3. BBC Learning English
4. Guide to Grammar
5. Text Twist
#12 Top 5 Classroom Phrases in English Using English phrases useful for the classroom 5 Useful Phrases for the Classroom in English:
1. "Are there any questions?"/"Is everybody okay?"
2. "Please turn to page 106."/"Take a look at page 106."
3. "Who would like to read the instructions?"/"Can somebody read the instructions?"
4. "What do you mean?"
5. "Okay, let's carry on."/"Okay, let's continue."
#13 Top 5 Phrases Your English Teacher Will Never Teach You Using English phrases you won't learn in the classroom Top 5 Phrases Your Teacher Will Never Teach You:
1. "Ain't"
2. "My Bad"
3. "Call"
4. Words to Call a Friend or Partner
5. "Cool"
#14 Top 5 Tips for Avoiding Common Mistakes in English Avoiding five language mistakes when learning English Top Five Tips for Avoiding Common Mistakes in English:
Tip Number One: Watch Your Spelling!
Tip Number Two: Watch Your Language!
Tip Number Three: Watch Your Nouns
Tip Number Four: Know Your Vowels
Tip Number Five: Know that Some Differences are VERY Different
#15 The Best English Phrases - Learn Your English Teacher's Favorite Phrases Using the hosts' favorite English phrases Top Five Favorite Phrases from the Hosts:
1: "I See"
2: "By the Way"
3: "Give It a Go"
4: "No Way!"
5: "Come on"