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Everyday/Social English Worksheets
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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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This exercise will help you revise question words and personal questions. Students will have to unscramble sentences and sort out difficulties finding grammar as well as spelling mistakes. ...
These worksheets can be used as a speaking activity. Students work in pairs and take turns in asking the questions. It's good if you as a teacher to circulate and monitor their work. At the end, h ...
This exercise is to practice speaking skills. You ask students to get into pairs and to answer the questions. But they must talk for a minute:) Therefore one of them is checking the time when anot ...
This is a worksheet to practice making excuses. The worksheet has a warm-up discussion section where I put my students with a partner so they can practice speaking. Next, I have pairs come up and ...
It's good for beginner and elementary learners to improve their writing. The students have the clues of what they are going to write about. They complete their personal information in the chart fi ...
A good way of practicing activities and days of the week using the structure "Let's ... on ...'. First make sure that the class knows about the days of the week and review the actions so that ...
This hand-out is aimed to teach teenagers as well as adult learners how to communicate assertively in day to day situations. It contains explanations for assertive, aggressive and passive beh ...
A (visual) listening activity with a movie trailer (Ratatouillle). For pre-intermediate learners (teenagers or adults) and activities for the 3 phases (pre-listening, listening, post-listening). L ...
This was made in response to the request of my teenage upper- intermediate class to 'watch Futurama' at the end of their 3 hour Saturday lesson. The first page is designed as a quick whiteboard/ a ...
This is a very funny PPT. I use it with my intermediate and advanced students to hace some speaking in class. One of the students has to read the dilemma to the class and then give his/her opinio ...
It's a wonderful task to start with your class about communication. I begin my class with a mindmap about communication; one of the features is signs and symbols. So I distribute this task to my s ...
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Simple word search for beginners. It has words related to greetings, introduction and farewells. It can be used at the practice stage, after presenting this vocabulary. But, maybe depending on the ...
Dialogue with two people introducing themselves, saying their names, asking how they are and saying goodbye. There are gaps to complete with the words in the box. This activity can be used in the ...
This was an excellent topic to practise social skills using everyday English. After showing the relevant clips from 'Twilight' I presented the worksheet. You can easily set 'gist' questions and ...
This double puzzle works to check some vocabulary comprehension of absolute beginners/basic level students when teaching them greetings (saying goodbye) and exchanging personal information (where ...
It's a sentence auction where students bid on correct sentences and try to trick others into buying incorrect sentences. It's a fun and extremely competitive way to review. And it works great if y ...
This worksheet was designed to help a student going to a professional conference. It presents an example conversation that might happen and comprehension questions to draw students' attention to t ...
Useful and daily greetings. Something that is said or done to show people that you are happy to meet or see them: a message that expresses good wishes to someone/something friendly or polite that ...
My ESOL learners LOVE Mr Bean and I enjoy letting them watch it but I can't help feeling guilty as they aren't getting a lot of language input, being that Mr Bean doesn't say much. So, instead I g ...
This is Venn diagram which can be used with students of any level for comparing and contrasting any topic. For example, I used it to compare and contast lifestyle in New York and London. This diag ...
This worksheet is about how to make a cup of tea (a daily practice in the UK). It includes pictures of the things you need and a matching activity to teach vocabulary and then a set of instruction ...
Here is a two page activity which you can use for beginners or low elementary students, especially in business situations. It contains a short description of what you need to know when introducing ...
This handout covers greeting, introductions, asking for repetition and the difference between "nice to see you" and "nice to meet you". It offers the support my students need. I use it to teach th ...
This a PDF document that contains important vocabulary used in the classroom (mainly by students.) If you want your students to use English communicatively, paste this pieces of chunks on the wall ...
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