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You have come to the right place for worksheets on countries and nationalities. There are 639 worksheets on this particular topic with sub-groups to help you narrow your search even further. Here is one busy teacher’s activity which talks about etiquette in several different countries and encourages students to compare what they read to the practices in their own country. Students also can discuss the importance of etiquette and why people behave certain ways. If you would like to introduce a different topic to your students, look around to see if there is something related to what you have in mind. Using these worksheets can save you lots of time even if you only use them as models for your own worksheets.
If you are teaching abroad, students will have the chance to learn more about your native country. By planning cultural lessons throughout the course, you will be able to share the things that you think are most important about your country and give students the opportunity to discuss the similarities and differences between your country and theirs. Especially for business students or students who travel often, it is important to discuss how countries and also how English differs from one country to the next.

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King Charles III Cloze Activity

King Charles III Cloze Activity

  Download and print this handy worksheet and teach your children some interesting facts about the King of the United Kingdom. Children read through the facts about King Charles III and fi ...
2 Views 1,192 ElemPre-Int
Queen Elizabeth II Cloze Activity

Queen Elizabeth II Cloze Activity

  Queen Elizabeth died on 8 September 2022 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Children read through the facts about Queen Elizabeth II and fill in the spaces using words from the word bank. A ...
2 Views 2,113 ElemPre-Int
Watch & Listen To A Brief History Of America's Independence

Watch & Listen To A Brief History Of America's Independence

     With this worksheet, students will practice their listening skills while learning about the historical events surrounding the creation of the USA. The video is in two parts ...
1 Views 3,588 Pre-IntInt
American Heatwave Listening

American Heatwave Listening

  With this worksheet, students can practice their listening skills and comprehension. There are three exercises ranging from easy to more difficult. Students watch a video of a news item ...
1 Views 2,955 Pre-IntInt
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Quiz

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Quiz

    Use this fun multiple-choice quiz to test your children's knowledge of Queen Elizabeth II and the Platinum Jubilee. There are nine multiple-choice questions for children to answe ...
2 Views 3,702 ElemPre-IntInt
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Canada vs. USA – Quality of Living

Canada vs. USA – Quality of Living

Jeff Genet
  A fun and engaging lesson to talk about places to live in the world, the best places to live, and the quality of living. An intermediate level, speaking and listening-based lesson about ...
1 Views 5,635 All
Presidents' Day – Word Search Activity

Presidents' Day – Word Search Activity

  Use this fun educational activity with your class when teaching about Presidents' Day. In this Presidents' Day word search activity, students circle each word from the list in the puzzle ...
1 Views 2,330 ElemPre-Int
President's Day – How many words?

President's Day – How many words?

  This worksheet can be used as an extra teaching resource when learning about Presidents' Day, celebrated in the U.S. on February 21. How many words can your students make by rearranging ...
1 Views 1,630 ElemPre-Int
Open letter to NYC

Open letter to NYC

Laurent
  Suitable for 9th-grade students, this worksheet consists of listening, comprehension, reading and completing exercises, including filling in the gaps. Based on a song, students can also ...
1 Views 5,838 Int
The History of Christmas Decorations

The History of Christmas Decorations

Anastasiia
The video-based worksheet helps pre-Intermediate students to explore traditional US Christmas decorations. The tasks rely on images and matching strategies. The video-based assignments aim to ...
1 Views 4,677 Pre-IntInt
This Land Is Your Land Song Activity

This Land Is Your Land Song Activity

Oksana Sekajeva
  The picture presentation will help your students to learn the text of the song "This Land Is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie by heart. Before using it's better to listen to it on YouTube to ...
1 Views 3,944 Pre-IntInt
The Election Day (USA)

The Election Day (USA)

Renata Bródka
  This text is adapted from the NYT and provides information and language practice for upper intermediate students. It includes two reading comprehension exercises. It can also be read to ...
1 Views 8,355 IntAdv
History of Halloween

History of Halloween

Anastasiia
  This listening and speaking worksheet helps students to develop listening comprehension. Students learn about the history and traditions of Halloween with the help of short videos. It in ...
1 Views 8,686 Pre-IntInt
Past Simple Tense: How Kamala Harris Went From Prosecutor to Vice Presidential Candidate

Past Simple Tense: How Kamala Harris Went From Prosecutor to Vice Presidential Candidate

Anastasiia
  This grammar practice and listening worksheet focuses on the use of the Past Simple tense. The video helps students to check their answers. They observe the use of the tense and practise ...
1 Views 29,335 Pre-IntInt
Famous People – Presidents' Day Quiz (multiple choice)

Famous People – Presidents' Day Quiz (multiple choice)

  There are 11 multiple choice questions for students to answer on this short worksheet. Which president had been an army general in World War II? Who was the president of the United ...
1 Views 4,543 ElemPre-Int
Cloze Exercise – Abraham Lincoln

Cloze Exercise – Abraham Lincoln

  This fun educational cloze activity can be used in your class when teaching students reading comprehension. Students read the facts about the 16th President of the United States, Abraham ...
1 Views 4,553 ElemPre-Int
American Elections Debate

American Elections Debate

Hellen Haga
  This group activity can also be done in pairs. It includes 4 tasks and a warm-up: Warm-up: ask what students already know about the electoral college; Task 1: watch and discuss a video i ...
1 Views 3,925 Adv
American Saturday Night Song Sheet

American Saturday Night Song Sheet

Yuvia Chairez
This worksheet to be used along with Brad Paisley's American Saturday Night is for intermediate levels of ESL learners. The song has several activities, mostly aimed at translating, usage ...
1 Views 2,729 Int
Reading Comprehension – Abraham Lincoln

Reading Comprehension – Abraham Lincoln

  Abraham Lincoln was born on 12 February 1809. He was the 16th President of the United States of America, serving from March 1861 through April 1865, until he was assassinated. Students c ...
2 Views 8,026 ElemPre-Int
Washington – How many words?

Washington – How many words?

  This short worksheet can be used as an extra teaching resource to improve the vocabulary and spelling. How many words can your students make by rearranging the letters in the word WASHIN ...
1 Views 2,871 ElemPre-Int
James Dean

James Dean

Alyona
  This worksheet will help students practice their listening skills and learn some useful vocabulary including set phrases. It can be set as a home task or done in pairs during a lesson. I ...
1 Views 4,262 Pre-IntInt
Demonstratives – This, that, these, those

Demonstratives – This, that, these, those

  We use demonstrative pronouns like this and these to refer to people/things that are near us. We use that and those to refer to people/things that are NOT near us. Students choose t ...
1 Views 13,217 Elem
Why do we say OK?

Why do we say OK?

Barbora
Have you ever wondered where OK came from? Watch the youTube video "Why do we say OK" to find out. And while you're watching it, try to answer very easy questions from the worksheet, OK? The wor ...
1 Views 18,301 Pre-IntInt
Australia (Reading Comprehension)

Australia (Reading Comprehension)

A short, concise description of Australia with some exercises. Includes also superlatives so it's good to practise comparison of adjectives. It can be upgraded with more information or exercises. ...
1 Views 15,846 Pre-IntInt
Word Search Activity - Rosa Parks

Word Search Activity - Rosa Parks

This word search can be used as a fun activity with your class when teaching students about Rosa Parks. Students to try and find the words relating to Rosa Parks hidden in the word search grid a ...
1 Views 8,632 Elem

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