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FrauSue
Frau Sue
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Hello! I am an English native speaker teaching children, teenagers and adults in the South of France.

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SAT-style critical reading / reading comprehension / identifying sentence errors on a text about an 1895 archaeological expedition
Text from Project Gutenberg. Exercises following SAT model: 1) identifying sentence errors and 2) critical reading. Answers also provided.
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: reading
Downloads: 25


 
Commas to separate sentence elements
Guide dealing with how to use commas to separate sentence elements and to separate items in a list. Final exercise is a paragraph which the students need to add the commas into. Answers are provided on page 3. (Does not cover restrictive and non-restrictive clauses.)
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type: grammar-guide
Downloads: 25


 
Practise PRONOUNS - based on article about smoking in cars with children
Text about a ban on smoking in cars with children and associated exercises on pronoun use. Designed to be used after a lesson on pronouns to show pupils why it´s important in the ´real world´ to aid with text comprehension.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: article
Downloads: 24


 
Guy Fawkes´ night: listening and vocabulary exercises
A vocabulary matching exercise, listening comprehension, and phrasal verbs exercise based on a listening text about Guy Fawkes´ night on November 5th in the UK. (Link to mp3 file is included in the word document.) Source text is on p1, exercises on p2 and p3, answers on p4 and p5 of the word document.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 23


 
Sentence completion: if and when statements
A creative, open-ended activity to complete a unit on "when" and "if" statements. Pupils choose a card and must complete the sentence using the correct complementary tense.
Level: advanced
Age: 13-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 23


 
Discussion prompts: scenarios and objects
Various scenarios and a list of objects/conditions. Pupils could simply use the scenario cards to discuss what they would do and why; how they got into the situation; what could go wrong; what advice they would give to someone in this situation. Pupils could pick a scenario card and one ´object´ card and try to explain how they would cope in this...
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 22


 
Picture discussion prompts
A set of questions to use with any picture (from magazines or newspapers, or your own photos). Each question is open and designed to promote either detailed description or creative thinking. Print the document out DOUBLE-SIDED - the second page gives useful vocab and structures to support pupils with each question.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type: others
Downloads: 21


 
Heteronyms
9 common pairs of heteronyms and exercises to work with them. Heteronyms are words which look the same but are pronounced differently and have different meanings. For example "lead" (a metal) and "lead" (a verb meaning "to guide").
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 21


 
Video and comprehension questions: Republican presidential candidates discuss Syrian refugees
A video from CNN (link at bottom of second page of worksheet) about Republican candidates in the 2015/2016 presidential race debating the arrival of Syrian refugees after the November 13th terror attacks in Paris. The questions on the worksheet cover comprehension questions, then offer points for a wider discussion of the issue.
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: others
Downloads: 19


 
Using a question word to introduce a subordinate clause
Thorough explanation of, and exercises about, introducing subordinate clauses using question words or if/whether. E.g. Where is the church? / I don´t know where the church is. Worksheet takes a deductive approach. Pupils work out the rule from the examples given, fill in a flowchart to explain the rule, and then practise with closed and open-ende...
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: grammar-guide
Downloads: 19

 

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