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This lesson is based on the video about self-motivation. Activities include a great part of speaking: monologue in pairs, discussing interesting and maybe unusual facts open class. There is a list ...
I used this worksheet in values, when working with "friendship". There is also a video on youtube which supports the handout and will help the students to get a punctuation when finishing the "fri ...
Students will be able to develop fluent communication strategies, improve speaking skills, discuss and expose their opinions about controversial issues. Each student will raffle a card that c ...
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 ...
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Students complete this worksheet with personal information the first day of class and then they can use it as a cover of their exercise books. It can be perfectly used with groups of kids that sta ...
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