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  1. Jumanji Video ActivitiesJumanji Video Activities
    This activity is intended for A2 students or even younger if you help them understand the meaning of the sentences in the True or False activities. Students watch trailers for  Jumanji 1 and 2 and complete the activities. It can be used as a starter or, if you have 20 minutes and want your students to have fun, there are 2 tasks for each of the trailers.
  2. Vote for Us! - 1st Conditional PracticeVote for Us! - 1st Conditional Practice
    A fun, interactive way to practice the first conditional. Students begin by discussing and assessing a number political parties (some real, some just for fun). After that, each group gets to design their own political party, creating campaign promises using the first conditional. Students can then share their parties and promises with the class, have a class vote, etc.
  3. Song: Havana by Camila CabelloSong: Havana by Camila Cabello
    This activity is divided into different tasks. It is intended for young learners, level A 1. They listen and complete using words and images given. They put verses in order and circle the right answer. It would be a good idea to watch the music video first as there's a short story included in it. It's great fun and this song is a #1 nowadays. I hope you find it useful!   Note: This song ...
  4. Olympic Winter SportsOlympic Winter Sports
    In this lesson, students learn and practise vocabulary related to Olympic winter sports. Students learn words for winter sports, give their opinion, watch a video and play a team game. They can also use apps I created on learningapps to help them do the activities. The worksheet includes plenty of opportunities for speaking practice.
  5. The Spoken Essay: Structure and Persuasion in Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor SpeechThe Spoken Essay: Structure and Persuasion in Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech
    FDR's request to Congress to declare war on Japan in retaliation for the attack on America is historic and iconic, as much for the structure of the speech as for the gravity of the attack itself. As a spoken document it rings with authority, defiance, confidence and persuasion thanks to Roosevelt's patrician baritone. But even as text the speech is alive with numerous elements of reader engage ...
  1. Vote for Us! - 1st Conditional PracticeVote for Us! - 1st Conditional Practice
    A fun, interactive way to practice the first conditional. Students begin by discussing and assessing a number political parties (some real, some just for fun). After that, each group gets to design their own political party, creating campaign promises using the first conditional. Students can then share their parties and promises with the class, have a class vote, etc.
  2. The Spoken Essay: Structure and Persuasion in Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor SpeechThe Spoken Essay: Structure and Persuasion in Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor Speech
    FDR's request to Congress to declare war on Japan in retaliation for the attack on America is historic and iconic, as much for the structure of the speech as for the gravity of the attack itself. As a spoken document it rings with authority, defiance, confidence and persuasion thanks to Roosevelt's patrician baritone. But even as text the speech is alive with numerous elements of reader engage ...
  3. Olympic Winter SportsOlympic Winter Sports
    In this lesson, students learn and practise vocabulary related to Olympic winter sports. Students learn words for winter sports, give their opinion, watch a video and play a team game. They can also use apps I created on learningapps to help them do the activities. The worksheet includes plenty of opportunities for speaking practice.
  4. Song: Havana by Camila CabelloSong: Havana by Camila Cabello
    This activity is divided into different tasks. It is intended for young learners, level A 1. They listen and complete using words and images given. They put verses in order and circle the right answer. It would be a good idea to watch the music video first as there's a short story included in it. It's great fun and this song is a #1 nowadays. I hope you find it useful!   Note: This song ...
  5. Jumanji Video ActivitiesJumanji Video Activities
    This activity is intended for A2 students or even younger if you help them understand the meaning of the sentences in the True or False activities. Students watch trailers for  Jumanji 1 and 2 and complete the activities. It can be used as a starter or, if you have 20 minutes and want your students to have fun, there are 2 tasks for each of the trailers.
  1. Talk for a MinuteTalk for a Minute
    This ppt is a good game for your students to practice speaking for one minute on one of the topics that they are going to choose by luck, it is appropriate for a conversation class ( beginner- intermediate), I hope you enjoy it, it 's very interesting.
  2. Songs To Study English 2Songs To Study English 2
    This Teacher's resource pack contains 16 songs to study (and - I hope - to speak) English. I used them during my lessons, made some corrections and finally decided to share. The structure of the pack is: Teacher's notes for a song followed by a students' page (worksheet). Unlike Songs To Study English 1, you can use more games and other activities with songs. That's why Appendix was added. I ...
  3. Christmas Materials Package 2010: Tons of ActivitiesChristmas Materials Package 2010: Tons of Activities
    Here's a huge 41-page Christmas materials package kindly provided by www.learnwell.fi (also publicly available from their website) that is filled with dozens of ready-to-print Christmas materials, seasonal exercises on vocabulary and grammar, Christmas dialogues and more. Download it and see for yourself - and you won't be disappointed! Merry Christmas! Activities include: Christmas board game ...
  4. Christmas BookletChristmas Booklet
    In this booklet designed for my primary school pupils, who study English for five years, there are some of the most beautiful Christmas songs (Oh Christmas Tree, Jingle Bells, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, White Christmas, Happy Christmas) and fun activities (color by number, riddle, crossword puzzle, write a letter for Santa, Christmas acrostic write, read and ...
  5. Animal RiddlesAnimal Riddles
    Elementary worksheet consisting of 21 riddles. Students or teams of students read the riddles to each other and the other team has to guess. Focuses on reading aloud, pronunciation, listening, listening comprehension and team work. Enjoy!

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