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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.
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A perfect worksheet to use if you haven't seen your students in a while. Use the questions as a conversation guide. Feedback can be given when required. It could also be used as a get to know each ...
This PowerPoint includes different documents, such as ID card, driving licence, credit card, letter, etc. You may find it useful at the engagement part of your teaching. Hope it works!
This is for children who are having behavior issues in the classroom. The teacher fills in the circles at the end of each day and at the end of the week, depending on their behavior, the child ca ...
The Oxford English Dictionary have just announced their latest additions - this time it's more than 500 words, phrases and meanings that have entered into common use over the last 10 years. I hav ...
Vocabulary included: sit down, (don't) stand up, clean up, don't run, don't shout, walk, please, thank you. - Fill in the blanks using polite requests. Use please and thank you in ...
This is a sheet of 5 role plays dealing with interesting scenarios one might encounter when dealing with a smoker or being a smoker. While the sheet gives some details about the character to be pl ...
This worksheet is helpful for teaching and practicing how to greet and meet people. It contains three questions such as: different ways of saying hello and goodbye (formal and informal) and making ...
This worksheet contains some basic phrases to help students interact in English. It is very helpful to give to our students on their first day of class. It is also good because it will guide stude ...
This is a worksheet used to accompany topics on house and home. It features several popular phrasal verbs/idioms/proverbs and includes a gapfill exercise to check understanding. I have used t ...
A worksheet to accompany the short film One Man's Loss Adapted from the idea on DesignerLessons. Focuses on listening/ watching for gist and detail, descriptions of people, informal conversa ...
A worksheet to introduce idioms connected with parts of the body in a fun way. There is a dialogue for speaking and/or reading practice, a substitution exercise, a matching exercise, and a discove ...
There are 7 dialogs which you can use in class. You can have your students memorize them so they can learn which expressions are used while buying food, ordering breakfast, seeing a doctor, bookin ...
The worksheet is deditcated to advanced students who want to learn about British and American English, more precisely about some slang words. The additional material is a youtube movie (https://ww ...
This worksheet is useful for reviewing simple present (esp for third-person). and asking about time. It contains two questions which are based on pictures, and one writing task. This worksheet is ...
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This powerpoint shows step by step on how to write an email. It may seem simple but every step is there. I created this powerpoint for my secondary school learners in a rural area. Their level of ...
This is the third in the series of mini self introductions to practice writing and presenting. These are designed to prepare the students for the final big presentation at the end of the year. " ...
This is the second in the series of mini self introductions to practice writing and presenting. These are designed to prepare the students for the final big presentation at the end of the year. ...
This worksheet contains an activity for saying hello. The language learners are asked to match the statements. It is appropriate for elementary levels. Hope you find it useful!
This worksheet provides students with some useful expressions to give and ask for an opinion, agree, disagree, show interest (normal response, stronger response, when you don't understand and expl ...
This is a video worksheet based on a video on New Headway Itutor, A Day in the Life. The video is about a man's daily routine. The grammar focuses on Present Simple. The file contains some questio ...
This is dialogue designed for two peoples and demonstrating how to start a conversation with a stranger and different ways to say: "I like/dislike" such as I'm keen on, I'm interested in, my favor ...
It is a worksheet you can use in class to study the expressions of surprise and sympathy. There are useful expressions, there are example dialogues and there is also a possibility for your student ...
This is a short listening comprehension for A2 level students. It has a link to a YouTube video and exercises. I usually start with the vocabulary and then play it for my students twice. The ...
It is a simple worksheet concerning proverbs. Students are supposed to match the first part of the proverb in the left column with its proper ending in the second column. The answers are also prov ...
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