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My Name is Special

My Name is Special

Lynne McCormick
  Each student has their own unique name. What better way to learn how to spell it than to try with both capital letters and small letters? Line all the letters vertically. Ask the childre ...
1 Views 3,638 BegElem
Working with Homophones

Working with Homophones

Lynne McCormick
This worksheet is suitable for preschool students (Elementary and Intermediate Levels (K-6th Grade), Level 3, and early to mid-level ESL students of any age. There are three examples of homoph ...
1 Views 2,220 BegElem
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 2,716 Int
Student Skills Evaluation Chart

Student Skills Evaluation Chart

, L1 and L2
This is the chart I use to evaluate my students. It includes all the elements that should be evaluated according to the curriculum,apart from tests. There are four grading parts in a school year w ...
1 Views 8,319 All
Adjectives With -able / -ible Suffixes

Adjectives With -able / -ible Suffixes

Marina Deschenko
This is a list of basic adjectives derived with the help of -able/ -ible suffixes with productive stems and Russian translations followed by a quizlet set to encourage memorizing and five exercise ...
1 Views 17,679 Pre-IntInt
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Movie Worksheet: Polish Grandpa Learns English

Movie Worksheet: Polish Grandpa Learns English

This worksheet is based on the youtube video about an old man who flew to London to see his granddaughter. It can be a nice ice breaker or filler for a range of levels. You could do all the tasks ...
8 Views 18,766 Pre-IntInt
Listening: Pronunciation for Portuguese Speakers

Listening: Pronunciation for Portuguese Speakers

This is a simple listening activity addressed to Brazilian learners, but of course it can be applied to all students. I adapted this activity from a book, called Take Over, by Denise Santos. The a ...
5 Views 17,223 BegElem
Konglish - Eat Deliciously - Alternative Phrases

Konglish - Eat Deliciously - Alternative Phrases

Serena Calderisi
This is aimed at Korean L1 interference from directly translating the phrase 'eat deliciously' incorrectly, but maybe other non-native speakers make this mistake too. It contains alternative vocab ...
2 Views 9,939 All

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