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which talks about etiquette in several different countries and encourages students to compare what they read to the practices in their own country. Students also can discuss the importance of etiquette and why people behave certain ways. If you would like to introduce a different topic to your students, look around to see if there is something related to what you have in mind. Using these worksheets can save you lots of time even if you only use them as models for your own worksheets.
If you are teaching abroad, students will have the chance to learn more about your native country. By planning cultural lessons throughout the course, you will be able to share the things that you think are most important about your country and give students the opportunity to discuss the similarities and differences between your country and theirs. Especially for business students or students who travel often, it is important to discuss how countries and also how English differs from one country to the next.
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This worksheet helps students create questions with the verb to be. They can interview 5 of their classmates, they will pretend they are from another country. This encourage students to create que ...
Another Anglophenia episode is here. Watch the video and learn how to make the best cuppa the British way. This is a mostly speaking activity which includes some questions on the video. Also, it h ...
This is a worksheet featuring a youtube video report on transport preparations in London ahead of London 2012 Olympics. It is intended for intermediate students and above and can trigger discussio ...
This game is played in two teams. Team 1 chooses a category and a point amount (for example: Famous People for 20 points). They have one minute to think it over. If the answer is correct, they get ...
Watch this video and find out why the Brits are so obsessed with tea. Listening and informative activity suitable for intermediate and upper-intermediate levels. Anglophenia is a great series on y ...
This is a short booklet used for my grade 4 to teach them about basic Nigerian facts. It includes facts, flag, geography, topography, language, sports, people and culture, government and economy a ...
I use this ppt to introduce this country to my students. I think it will help you in your work. It is easy and gives your students the first impressions about the country. The ppt has one task. ...
Ready to go lesson plan for a 2-3 hours (depending on the number of children) meeting of a speaking club. Children create a joke, a meme, present their own school club, invent a new brand and film ...
This class involves reading, writing and speaking skills. Students are supposed to read the website page that shows options of travel packages, choose the ones they consider interesting and build ...
Two texts about Australia to complete with verbs ; passive and active forms , several tenses, to understand what tenses express in time and how or why to use them ( sorry the explanations are in ...
This is an information-gap activity. Students work in pairs. They are given 2 different worksheets with pictures of famous people. Each student tries to guess these people's nationalities and coun ...
Read about the Big Ben and Globe Theatre in London and then answer the questions. This is a worksheet of cultural interest and can be used either as a speaking task or as as a writing task. The so ...
This is a good activity to start a lesson about traveling, places or tourism. Students will have to look at the pictures and match them with the right names of the countries. Teachers can divide t ...
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 ...
This worksheet contains 2 listening tasks based on the VOA programme about Madame C.J. Walker, the first Afro-American woman to be successful in business. After listening, students can think of qu ...
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A short reading explaining the cost of going to University in the UK (£9000 per year for English students but free for Scottish students) followed by discussion questions. I've used this sev ...
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Centres around a short reading on 'homeless spikes'. Spikes are being used to deter homeless people from sleeping in city centres and new ones have just been added in Manchester, UK. Includes a ne ...
We use this worksheet on an English day. We watch a video about ten attractions in London and in this worksheet you answer questions about these attractions. This woksheet is for intermediate leve ...
This is a reading worksheet on the full English breakfast. It includes the following types of exercises:fill in with the titles of the paragraphs, T/F/Ns , table completion. Suitable for lower to ...
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A watching and listening comprehension exercise. Pupils watch a tourist videoc on YouTube (by Crunch TV) about London. They discover ways of transport across London, shopping areas, sights, museum ...
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