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It's an interesting speaking activity for students. It will give students an opportunity to personalise the topic and practise present simple third person singular. Students enjoy speaking about t ...
This worksheet contains different questions about the home. Divide the language learners into small groups and encourage them to talk. Hope it works well.
This power-point presentation is useful to talk about invention and inventors (such as Alexander Graham Bell, Edison, Wright brothers and etc.) . It is also useful for improving students speaking ...
Team A: you have to guess the words on Team B's list. You can ask the given questions on your own list or other questions. Team B: you have to guess the words on Team A's list. You can ask th ...
In this Powerpoint presentation you will have some images that represent a country. Students must create sentences (or describe what they see) in order of guessing the country. After a few images ...
A lesson plan for a speaking club meeting at the end of which students will make a presentation of their project and film an advertising campaign video. The topic of the project is how to imp ...
This is a worksheet-game I created using a picture from the quite popular Criminal Case game, on Facebook. It is likely that most students are familiar with so it should be fun. There are pictures ...
20 Questions is an interesting speaking game. Stick an index card to each student's back or forehead. He/ she can ask maximum of 20 questions to find out who he or she might be. Hope you and your ...
These are 45 printable and editable Hedbanz(R) cards. This game provides a lot of fun while allowing kids to practise question forms.For this game you will also need headbands, some chips and prob ...
Listening comprehension exercise (taken from: http://www.passporttoenglish.com/Beginning-English/Lesson7/Listening.html and http://www.esl-lab.com/pie1/pierd1.htm) plus phrases to be complete ...
This worksheet contains some questions about health. You can divide your students into small groups and ask them to talk about the questions. It is designed for both elementary and pre-intermediat ...
I created this worksheet to allow my students a bit of speaking practice with adverbs of frequency. I teach adults and young people, so you might add verbs that are suitable at your students' ...
At the Information Office is an activity inspired by one of the functional language lessons of Challenges 2 (Pearson coursebook). The procedure I used was the following: 1. Give your ss a chance t ...
I created this presentation to practice speaking with my adult students. It covers such sentence constructions as I wish I would, I wish I were, I wish I had gone, I hope, It's time and I should h ...
This is a pairwork using "want to" and "would like to". Students imagine themselves in Dublin City. One student is a tourist guide advising nice places to visit and the other one is a touris ...
This is a worksheet for talking about opinions. It includes some items such as food, language, future, etc. You can put your students into pairs/ groups and encourage them to express their ideas. ...
The set of proverbs enables fluency and self-expression of high school students.It can be used as a warming-up or brain-storming at the lesson.What is more, each of it is an excellent impromptu ta ...
These are prompts for a debate on the topic "Should the media be regulated by the government?". I have included a debate outline that assigns roles to all of your students, in case you have more t ...
Very simple mingling worksheet. Give one to each ss and they must go around the class talking to other students finding out answers to the questions in the worksheet. Ideal for a first class ...
This is a role play 3-4-5- graders love to do. They dress up like prince and princess, they use swords and pixie dust. They can practise the modal can, must, present progressive and present simple ...
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