Here you can find
worksheets that talk about music
. There are many different aspects to this topic so you will see a lot of variety on the worksheets available in this section. Some worksheets talk about musical instruments, musicians, and the music industry while others focus more on lyrics. Take a look at some of the
in this section to find one that fits your class.
This music worksheet
is a very creative way to get your students to practice using the present continuous. Due to the fact that the songs are a little older, your students might have to do some research to find the answers or you could use the worksheet as a model for your own that includes more recent titles. There are other worksheets to choose from if your students are working on something else and you are welcome to
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Almost everyone enjoys listening to music so whether you decide to use songs in your lesson for a listening activity or introduce vocabulary related to musical instruments, your students will certainly be interested in this topic. Listening activities that use songs, while fun, are often very challenging for students because the speed is usually much faster than the one you use when speaking in class. Keep this in mind when making your song selections. The type of music you discuss in class will vary depending on your students. In Japan, for example, talking about J-pop artists and songs would be perfect for your high school students but not such a good fit for your older adult students. Try adding variety to your lessons but talking about music.
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I just love the song Nothing Breaks Like a Heart - Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson and I had to do a worksheet. There are different while-listening activites (order the lines, choose the correct word ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
Rihanna hit song from 2008, "Don't Stop the Music" is full of Present Continuous examples. The worksheet I prepared is a fill-in -the-blanks activity for beginners. Students are supposed to use t ...
This is the famous poem written by Lt. John McCrae during World War I (1915). I've made a worksheet with six exercises to learn to understand the poem. You can watch the video, do the exercises (w ...
Youngblood was one of the biggest hits of summer 2018. I wrote this worksheet to practice vocabulary related to feelings and relationships. It also has a short (gap-fill) reading exercise with inf ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
It's a worksheet to cheer up and motivate your students, to distract from the boring routine studying. It isn't a very easy song to work with but almost every child knows the tune and loves to sin ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
It might be helpful for esl students focused on bible integration. It's a nice form to include simple and new words in the vocabulary of our begginers level students. Also, music is really helpful ...
A tribute to Aretha Franklin: first a video from The New York Times (it has captions if needed) and then an article about her life and career. First I ask students what they know about Aretha Fra ...
A lyrics gap fill of the song "My Girl" by the ska band Madness. (See here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw-8AGRcyvk) The song contains a number lines in the past perfect as well as some inte ...
Alice Cooper is a well-known rock and roller. His live performances are legendary and his studio records have given us many hits, including "Hey stoopid", "I'm eighteen" and, of course, "School's ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
I created this short listening activity for advanced learners. The topic is different from other listenings, since it is dealing with language itself. Further on, you cna discuss with your student ...
Use these colourful flashcards to teach instruments (including: drum, trumpet, piano, violin, guitar, saxophone, tambourine, flute, xylophone, triangle and maracas). I also used it to teach the so ...
A gap fill based on Weird Al Yankovich's parody cover of Beat It by Michael Jackson. Contains the gap fill as well as a second vocabulary-focused activity. Great for practicing food vocabulary w ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
Sasha FA Levy-Andersson
This is a conversation worksheet about music. It is from a series of EFL worksheets to help low-fluency learners have conversations about topics. I originally designed it to be used with Japanese ...
This is a worksheet that I put together for my adult A1 class but I think it would also work well for an A2 class or any other for some good old music culture, for that matter. It contains a biogr ...
I have designed this PDF for the vocabulary booster part of Top Notch Fundamentals B. It includes the following topics: fruit and vegetables, musical instruments and outdoor activities. First ...
This worksheet is appropriate for intermediate students and upper levels. It's suitable for improving students' speaking skills. Just print them out and give one to students. Divide them into ...
This will allow intermediate to advanced students to write about their favorite instrument. Completion time - 5 days or 1 school week. Please show youtube videos of instruments. I perso ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
This is a very simple gap fill for the song Common People by Pulp, I used it to introduce a lesson on Britpop and found that the song produced some good new vocabulary and an enjoyable listening t ...
This task involves students watching a short BBC documentary and answering some true or false questions. My students loved this task as they enjoy learning about British culture and watching inter ...
I quickly put this together after hearing the sad news about Prince. The materials include an obituary from Rolling Stone (it is quite long but can easily be shortened depending on your students), ...
The PPT contains some pictures with idioms related to music (found on the Internet), examples of their usage (found in different online dictionaries) and one exercise (filling the gaps activity) ...
Many of my students heard about David Bowie, but didn't know a lot about his work and his importance for the British music culture. So I started with the video ( Australian accent), then the arti ...
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. ...
The worksheet contains 3 exercises developing listening skills. Watch the video Top 10 Iconic Instrumental Film Scores on YouTube and have your students do the tasks. 1. Matching exercise. 2. ...
This is a worksheet to teach some vocabulary to pre-schoolers and especially a way of making it easy for them to learn the lyrics of this popular song. It features the lyrics written in fun large ...
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