EF Class lessons are designed around a series of interactive activities, including gap-fills, multiple choice questions, anagrams, highlighting, text entry, and matching activities. These are often accompanied by videos, reading texts, audio recordings, and images as stimuli.
When students complete an activity they can submit their work. For questions that have an objective right or wrong answer, the student is given immediate feedback on their answers, and the option to see the correct answers. On questions where there is a wider range of possible answers, students may see a model answer against which they can compare their own ideas.
There are also a range of activities for which there are no ‘correct’ answers, and students are expected to express themselves more freely. These include discussion activities, which form a key part of the EF Class experience as students work together to share ideas and collaborate.