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Useful Phrases for Elementary Students

Useful Phrases for Elementary Students

This is a list of phrases for elementary students. This list includes expressions for greeting, apologizing, saying thank you and asking for clarification. There are also phrases to introduce ones ...
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Small Talk 1

Small Talk 1

Small talk 1 is a worksheet I have created for young and adult learners to practice speaking skills. It contains very basic questions such as name, country they are from, age, where they live, job ...
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Small Talk 2

Small Talk 2

Small talk 2 is a worksheet I have created for young and adult learners to allow them to practice speaking skills. It contains basic questions like name, age, where they are from, where they live, ...
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Introducing Yorself and Classmates

Introducing Yorself and Classmates

This worksheet contains activities that students can use to learn about the alphabet and  asking for and giving personal information. It uses other people's personal information to introduce ...
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Movie Worksheet: How to Give a Good Hug (Culture)

Movie Worksheet: How to Give a Good Hug (Culture)

This was produced for Korean adult students on the topic of hugging and the difference between Asian and western public displays of affection. It starts with a video clip from Buzzfeed's Youtube c ...
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Song Worksheet: Girls Wanna Have Fun by Miley Crus

Song Worksheet: Girls Wanna Have Fun by Miley Crus

The song is to develop listening skills  and complete it with some daily vocabulary.
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Greeting and Customs

Greeting and Customs

I have designed this worksheet for Top Notch 2A classes. It includes several questions for the first unit of this book, Greeting and Customs. It is designed for pre-intermediate and upper levels. ...
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Konglish - Eat Deliciously - Alternative Phrases

Konglish - Eat Deliciously - Alternative Phrases

This is aimed at Korean L1 interference from directly translating the phrase 'eat deliciously' incorrectly, but maybe other non-native speakers make this mistake too. It contains alternative vocab ...
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Know Your Friend

Know Your Friend

It´s a nice and simple way to get students talking and sharing information about themselves and it also gives the opportunity to ask further questions. It provides good practice of questions ...
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An English Vendor-Purveyor of English Words

An English Vendor-Purveyor of English Words

Do you sometimes find it difficult to connect well with students in the classroom setting? I do. How about becoming a vendor of English words and sentences on the sidewalk, outside school, etc.? I ...
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Going Shopping

Going Shopping

'Going shopping' includes vocabulary, image reading, speaking and writing activities that can help you better explain the content to your students. This PPT is created specifically for Thai s ...
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Directions: Asking and Giving

Directions: Asking and Giving

This PowerPoint Presentation is for the basic understanding of asking and giving directions. It includes basic vocabulary, prepositions of directions, conversations and common usages. There are al ...
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ESL Unit: Shopping

ESL Unit: Shopping

A free-to-use ESL unit suitable for intermediate level learners on the topic of shopping. This unit includes speaking, reading, listening, vocabulary and grammar practice. Links are provided for t ...
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Meeting New People

Meeting New People

'Meeting New People' has 5 practices that ESL students can enjoy and learn with ease. This has all reading, listening, writing and speaking aspects that can benefit the overall English language ca ...
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Movie Worksheet: Over the Garden Wall (1-4 Episodes)

Movie Worksheet: Over the Garden Wall (1-4 Episodes)

It's a nice and rather wise cartoon, simple at first sight, but deep and educational at the end. There is a Halloween topic, teenager problems, siblings relationships, friendship and lots more to ...
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Hello, Hello: New Ways to Teach Old Greetings

Hello, Hello
New Ways to Teach Old Greetings

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Excuse Me (or Please Move): Teaching Pragmatics in Conversation

Excuse Me (or Please Move)
Teaching Pragmatics in Conversation

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How to Teach Current Events to ESL Students

How to Teach Current Events to ESL Students

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I Hate to Bother You But: 5 Fast Activities to Practice Polite Requests

I Hate to Bother You But
5 Fast Activities to Practice Polite Requests

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Are You Free on the 12th? Realistic Ways to Teach Appointment-Making

Are You Free on the 12th? Realistic Ways to Teach Appointment-Making

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5 Aspects of U.S. Culture the International Student Needs to Know

5 Aspects of U.S. Culture the International Student Needs to Know

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English is All Around You! How to Bring Everyday English into Your ESL Class

English is All Around You! How to Bring Everyday English into Your ESL Class

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Don"t Address the Teacher as “Yo, Dude”: Teaching Register

Don’t Address the Teacher as “Yo, Dude”
Teaching Register

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Facts, Opinions, and Theories: How to Talk about Them to Students

Facts, Opinions, and Theories
How to Talk about Them to Students

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Hello, Hello: Be Ready for World Hello Day (November 21) with These ESL Activities

Hello, Hello
Be Ready for World Hello Day (November 21) with These ESL Activities

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Teaching U.S. Academic Values in the Classroom (Yes, You Must Come to Class, but that is Not Enough)

Teaching U.S. Academic Values in the Classroom (Yes, You Must Come to Class, but that is Not Enough)

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So How about those Giants? Teaching the Fine Art of Small Talk

So How about those Giants? Teaching the Fine Art of Small Talk

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Let"s Get Together: 7 Print and Go Role Plays for Everyday Social Situations

Let’s Get Together
7 Print and Go Role Plays for Everyday Social Situations

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How to Use a Class Party to Teach 10 Social Conversation Skills

How to Use a Class Party to Teach 10 Social Conversation Skills

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Why was the Class Empty? Cultural Practices Your Students Should Be Taught

Why was the Class Empty? Cultural Practices Your Students Should Be Taught

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About Our Everyday/Social English Worksheets
In this section you will find 299 worksheets related to everyday, social English. One such worksheet has a very specific theme. It was created to help students interact with employees at the post office. There are several different activities including organizing a dialogue and filling in blanks. Students who complete this activity will be able to easily mail postcards home from English speaking countries. This is a good example of how English can be used in real life situations and will help students see the practical uses of learning English. There are many other worksheets available so if you are not interested in talking about the post office right now, think about using a different activity for your class.
Everyday English is a really important but often overlooked ESL topic. Since everyday casual conversation English is what students will most likely have the opportunity to use outside of class, try to make it the focus of some of your lessons or incorporate it into your lesson plans. Even just five to ten minutes a day will give students the chance to interact with you and other students in normal ways rather than repeating lists of vocabulary words and specific sentence structures. Being able to communicate in English during casual conversations is the goal of many students so make it a priority to help them attain that level of fluency.