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South Africa, Kimberley The Big Hole, Tourism

South Africa, Kimberley The Big Hole, Tourism

The power-point that I have designed can be used for most English levels; it is versatile and should be used with the teachers’ discretion. I have included 10 vocabulary words that have been ...
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Where Do You Like to Go on Vacations?

Where Do You Like to Go on Vacations?

This is a conversation class based on common vocabulary based around vacations. Learners start off by reading where people like to go on vacations while tuning into key vocabulary. They then have ...
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A Visitor from Abroad

A Visitor from Abroad

This worksheet gives students an opportunity to practice their models of obligation and recommendation while practicing airport vocabulary. Students start off with a conversation and then talk abo ...
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Vehicles - Fact or Opinion?

Vehicles - Fact or Opinion?

A fact is a thing that is known or proved to be true. An opinion is a belief, judgment, or way of thinking about something. Students read the sentences about vehicles and write fact or opinion on ...
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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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Transport

Transport

It is a PPT about different means of transport with catching images in order to get students attention. There are 15 slides showing trains,  a moped, subway (tube, underground), bikes, cars, ...
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Ordinal Numbers Cars

Ordinal Numbers Cars

Primary 1 / kindergarten level use of ordinal numbers to describe vehicles in a row. Students use the picture of a variety of cars to describe the ordinal position or practice vocabulary to descri ...
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Captain America: Civil War - 3rd Conditional, Reported Speech, Degrees of Comparison

Captain America: Civil War - 3rd Conditional, Reported Speech, Degrees of Comparison

I created this worksheet to have a little grammar revision with my students. It is dedicated to a new Marvel film "Captain America: Civil War". I like it a lot and learners enjoy discussing superh ...
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Past Simple- Holiday Story

Past Simple- Holiday Story

It's a writing prompt to encourage students to write a story using past simple and past continuous. Students can read each other's stories after they've finished and suggest ways to make the story ...
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How to Talk about Routes

How to Talk about Routes

This ppt is based on English Result textbook (pre-intermediate, student's book, Oxford University Press). The aim is to teach students how to describe routes, what words to use (prepositions of di ...
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Movie Worksheet: Couchsurfing

Movie Worksheet: Couchsurfing

This worksheet is about couchsurfing and it was made for one-on-one lessons (could be used in larger classes too). Ss find out about couchsurfing, read through the official website, watch vid ...
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How to Recognize Real Art and Real Artists

How to Recognize Real Art and Real Artists

This Powerpoint presentation is adapted from the Internet and the reference URL is noted on the title page. I just adapted it for PPT use. The presentation consists of a famous painting with a des ...
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New York, New York - ESL Presentation

New York, New York - ESL Presentation

The presentation is perfect for ESL classes (has been tested on several English corner classes). It contains interesting facts about New York City and is followed by pictures. Can be used with the ...
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Berlin

Berlin

"Berlin" is a reading lesson. There are several texts to work with, match questions with answers and fill in the gaps exercises, some new vocabulary, questions for speaking practice, and a project ...
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Travelling by Train 2

Travelling by Train 2

With the help of this ppt you can introduce or expand vocabulary about travelling by train. There is a warm-up activity, a vocabulary task (write nouns, verbs, adjectives related to the travelling ...
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About Our Travelling/Culture Studies Worksheets
This section deals with two topics, traveling and culture, which your students are sure to enjoy. Whether you teach young learners or adults, you can find appropriate worksheets and activities here, and there are also multiple subsections to help you narrow down your search. This travelling worksheet has the materials for a role-play activity about how to behave abroad and takes the customs of several different countries into consideration. The worksheet talks a little about business practices but you can adapt it to focus on that if you are teaching business English classes. There are now 547 travelling worksheets that you can choose from on this topic and you are more than welcome to upload your own too.
Travel and culture studies are interesting topics. General travel vocabulary is important including topics such as transportation, activities, and place names like museum and restaurant. For students who plan on traveling or those who travel for work, consider including more model dialogues in your classes. Of course this only really useful if they plan to visit an English speaking country but even in other countries, speaking English can be incredibly helpful. You can use culture studies to teach students about holidays or simply compare the practices in different countries. Adult learners may have less interest in this as their experience with and understanding of other cultures is often better than that of school aged students.