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Opinions are an important thing for students to express even if there are some you would rather not hear. In this section there are 120 worksheets to help you teach your students to state their opinions. This opinions worksheet organizes helpful words and phrases by category and can be given to students as a reminder when asking them to do an opinions related exercise or as a study guide for an upcoming test. It is listed as a pre-intermediate worksheet but even intermediate and advanced students could benefit from using this in class to give their answers more variety. There are other worksheets available and more being added all the time so take a look around to find the best one for your class.
When talking about opinions, especially with younger students, you need to be sure to choose topics that are appropriate. With adult learners more complex and even controversial topics may lead to interesting discussions. In other classes one question might be “In your opinion what animal makes the best pet? Why?” This may not seem like the most interesting topic to you but it is something that people generally feel very strongly about. It is not a controversial or complex question which makes it suitable for any age level while giving students the chance to practice giving their opinions. Choosing topics that are meaningful to your students will increase their participation in the activity especially when students disagree.

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Myths about Alcohol

Myths about Alcohol

If you lead the Speaking club, it is a nice topic to discuss. Students mostly share their experience and knowledge. Some facts could be logically understandable or you can use this link to discove ...
2 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Song Worksheet: Another Day in Paradise (Simple Present)

Song Worksheet: Another Day in Paradise (Simple Present)

I use this with my basic class to teach simple present with a focus on habits and facts. The issue of homelessness is common enough for everyone to talk about and to have thoughts on. There is a c ...
3 Elementary Pre-Intermediate
Speaking - School

Speaking - School

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 ...
4 Intermediate Exam Level
The Education System in the United Kingdom (Easier)

The Education System in the United Kingdom (Easier)

This presentation introduces slightly younger/ less advanced students to the education system of the United Kingdom. It gives them  an idea of the timetable, subjects and main issues of relev ...
4 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Controversial Topics

Controversial Topics

It was created to promote an interesting discussion about controversial topics. Teachers must be aware of students' opinion and act as a guide in the discussion. It would be helpful if p ...
10 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
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Lifelong Dilemmas

Lifelong Dilemmas

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 ...
21 All levels
Movie Worksheet: Public Speaking

Movie Worksheet: Public Speaking

A worksheet teachers can use as a listening for intermediate students with glossary in Spanish. There are eight questions for students to answer and a final question that can be used as a debate i ...
1 Intermediate
Would/Used to: Lesson Plan Using the Giving Tree

Would/Used to: Lesson Plan Using the Giving Tree

This is a lesson plan I used to introduce and practice would versus used to in storytelling. The many interpretations students came up with for this story was amazing. As you go through the story ...
5 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Quote Poster

Quote Poster

"Change your thoughts and you'll change the world." You can use the poster as a classroom poster if you print on A3. Related worksheet is included for discussion and inference activity. The questi ...
2 All levels
Book Study

Book Study

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Students chose a book to read independently and then presented their review in this format. Including information about the book's climax, main characters, main events, difficult vocabulary etc. S ...
4 Pre-Intermediate Exam Level
Are You Keen on...? New Total English Pre-Intermediate Worksheet

Are You Keen on...? New Total English Pre-Intermediate Worksheet

This worksheet was designed to gain feedback on likes/dislikes and adjectives at pre-intemediate level. The short quiz was based on Unit 2 of the New Total English Pre-Intermediate coursebook. You ...
2 Pre-Intermediate
Female Leadership Speaking Activity

Female Leadership Speaking Activity

A simple lesson plan for a speaking lesson based on the Ban Bossy campaign, which is about empowering young girls to hone their leadership skills. Videos can be found on YouTube at http://www.yout ...
4 Intermediate
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A Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty? Warmer

A Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty? Warmer

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You’ve probably heard more than once the question “Is the glass half-full or half-empty?” Well, I used it as a warmer for my lesson on different perspectives. 1) Bring a half-fil ...
13 All levels
Reading Restaurant

Reading Restaurant

These are three people´s opinions about the restaurant called "Captain's table". This reading is good for elementary students practicing simple past. They can also find some adjectives which ...
5 Elementary
Conversation Activity- Dilemma Discussion

Conversation Activity- Dilemma Discussion

Very good activity to make your students talk and debate in the classroom. Speaking and writing skills are developed in this simple and fun activity, this worksheet can be done individually or in ...
12 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Movie Worksheet: The Art of Choosing - TED Talk

Movie Worksheet: The Art of Choosing - TED Talk

Listening comprehension with transcript and questions using a TED talk by Sheena Iyengar. I use it when I am looking at preferences with students. Also useful for practice with different accents a ...
5 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Famous Quotes

Famous Quotes

This worksheet contains 10 quotes of famous people. The students match the quotes and the people, put the quotes into indirect speech and discuss the content. Thus the worksheet can be used as gra ...
10 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
The 100 Greatest Britons

The 100 Greatest Britons

A lesson for FCE or Advanced level groups, based on the 2002 TV programme of the same name seeking to determine the greatest ever Briton. Students do a few reading and listening activities to ensu ...
18 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Your Free Time

Your Free Time

You can use this worksheet to practise everyday English. The topis is giving an opinion. It's a good way to make your students feel confident while using English in classes. The worksheet can be u ...
6 Pre-Intermediate
Superlatives

Superlatives

This worksheet includes two activities in which pupils practise the superlative form of different adjectives. The worksheet also provides plenty of speaking practice. Pupils are asked to give thei ...
9 Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Would You Rather - PPT

Would You Rather - PPT

This is a PPT version of the Would You Rather speaking game. It is aimed at teens with a mixture of funny and serious questions. Don't forget to encourage the students to explain their preferences ...
44 Intermediate
15 Common Proverbs PPT

15 Common Proverbs PPT

Description: This PPT is like a list of common proverbs but it has pictures complementing each proverb and it is intended to be used to encourage discussion and opinions and for students to become ...
10 Intermediate
Movie worksheet: The King's Speech

Movie worksheet: The King's Speech

This worksheet is intended for intermediate students. Before watching the movie we discussed English monarchy and the responsibilites and pressure on the future heirs. This worksheet also deals wi ...
2 Intermediate
Do You Agree?

Do You Agree?

This lesson plan and worksheets aim to encourage students to practice their speaking skills, giving their opinion on certain statements the teacher will read out loud about politics using specific ...
23 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Practical Expressions

Practical Expressions

A good and extensive list of practical expressions, using three uses (informal, less formal and formal). Easy to put in use, as long as the majority of the expressions is for classroom use. It hel ...
24 All levels

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