I created this worksheet as a part of a leadership lesson for teens, but then used it many times as a warmer while speaking about personalities, famous people, leaders etc. It’s also good help to revise the present simple and present continuous tenses and expand ss’ vocabulary at the same time. The first part of the worksheet is a list of statements that define good and bad leaders. Ss decide themselves what’s a plus and what’s a minus. Different Ss usually come with different opinions, so explaining themselves motivates speaking afterwards. The second part of the worksheet consists of nine pictures looking at which ss explain if people depicted are good or bad leaders. Here they practice new vocabulary from the first task and also present simple and continuous forms.