141 FREE Opinions Worksheets

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Movie Worksheet: Brexit Advanced

Movie Worksheet: Brexit Advanced

This was designed to discuss the arguments which led to the referendum result on 23rd of June. It has interesting vocabulary to work with, it envolves a great deal of speaking because students mus ...
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Debate Topics 3

Debate Topics 3

Students must make a good argument, keep the audience involved, and finally, gain the decision in their favour. Students speak for or against the topic. They must choose 2 topics and write their a ...
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Debate Topics 2

Debate Topics 2

Students must make a good argument, keep the audience involved, and finally, gain the decision in their favour. Students speak for or against the topic. They must choose 2 topics and write their a ...
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Debate Topics 1

Debate Topics 1

Students must make a good argument, keep the audience involved, and finally, gain the decision in their favour. Students speak for or against the topic. They must choose 2 topics and write their a ...
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The Improvisation Game - 45 Second Speeches with 98 Fun Mini-speech Topics

The Improvisation Game - 45 Second Speeches with 98 Fun Mini-speech Topics

A great speaking exercise to get both your shy and bold students enthusiastic about speaking English. The goal of the game is to make a 45 second improvised speech on a random topic (98 topic ...
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ESL Discussion Topics: Money

ESL Discussion Topics: Money

A great conversation worksheet for introducing the topic of money. It includes vocab, reading of people's opinions and a long discussion section. There is also a follow-up on some of the gram ...
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Is Your Boss Spying on You?

Is Your Boss Spying on You?

This is a complete lesson that I have prepared and given to my vocational classes. It consists of a reading comprehension with vocabulary and discussion + grammar covering infinitive of purpose. Y ...
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Defining Relative Clause Production

Defining Relative Clause Production

Students are supposed to work in groups of 3-4 and complete the task. The task includes sentences like ' We like.... I wouldn't prefer.... Politicians are people ...". Students are supposed to com ...
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Movie Worksheet: Mind Your English (Vocabulary and a Debate Topic)

Movie Worksheet: Mind Your English (Vocabulary and a Debate Topic)

The comedy show "Mind your English" is the perfect tool when teaching English. The segment can be found on Youtube (the link is included into worksheet). It's a simple worksheet with vocabulary fr ...
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Give Opinions

Give Opinions

Have the students share their opinions about the items included. Hope you find it useful in speaking classes.
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Video Worksheet: Why We Love Repetition in Music? (TedEd)

Video Worksheet: Why We Love Repetition in Music? (TedEd)

Listening activity using a TedEd video about music and rhythm. The multiple choice questions were copied from the website of TedEd, but a list of vocabulary and some discussion topics were added. ...
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FCE Speaking Test Parts 3 and 4

FCE Speaking Test Parts 3 and 4

The worksheet has been designed to aid students who are preparing for the Cambridge First Certificate test. It focuses on the speaking activities of the third and forth part of the test. The test ...
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ESL Unit: A Food Contest

ESL Unit: A Food Contest

A free-to-use ESL unit suitable for intermediate level learners. This unit includes speaking, reading, listening, vocabulary and grammar practice. Links are provided for the audio clips for the li ...
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FCE Speaking Practice (Parts 2 and 3)

FCE Speaking Practice (Parts 2 and 3)

This is a powerpoint I use to practise the FCE speaking parts 2 and 3 with my students. All the students can particpate in the descriptions and discussions in general. It is a whole class exercis ...
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Channel One News

Channel One News

This is a worksheet I use with Channel One News. Before watching the news, students try to predict what the news will be about on that day in a classroom discussion. During the video, students fil ...
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Agreeing to Disagree: Simple Solutions for Teaching So Do I, Neither Do I, I Do and I Don"t

Agreeing to Disagree
Simple Solutions for Teaching So Do I, Neither Do I, I Do and I Don’t

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Beyond Opinions: 3 Ways to Facilitate Stimulating Discussion

Beyond Opinions
3 Ways to Facilitate Stimulating Discussion

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Two Sides to the Cigarette: The Smoking Debate in Your ESL Classroom

Two Sides to the Cigarette
The Smoking Debate in Your ESL Classroom

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Is Global Warming a Reality? Presenting Complex Topics for Advanced Learners

Is Global Warming a Reality? Presenting Complex Topics for Advanced Learners

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Frankly My Dear: Opening Up Viewpoints for Advanced Learners

Frankly My Dear
Opening Up Viewpoints for Advanced Learners

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About Our Opinions Worksheets
Opinions are an important thing for students to express even if there are some you would rather not hear. In this section there are 141 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.