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morenopalomares

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Such a blessing having come across this website on 10th October 2013. A teacher, but first and foremost, a learner.

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POETRY MATCHING CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS 1 WITH KEY
This activity is the first part of an introduction to poetic terms and poetry definitions with examples for the students to match before working on some selected poems for the third and last term of the school year. Key provided. Thank you to all my colleagues.
Level: advanced
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 54


 
SOCCER TERMS CLASSIFICATION AND ANSWERS
Students classify soccer terms depending on whether it is an action (verb) or a noun, specifying if it refers to a person (people), a game or a place. Sports is something everybody enjoys either watching or playing. I prepared this activity after reading Horrid Henry and the Football Fiend by Francesca Simon. Thanks to all my colleagues.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 37


 
Dialogue gap-filling: siblings take a decision on which pet to take home.
It shows an authentic situation in which brother and sister must negotiate in order to reach an agreement on which pet their father is going to let them "adopt" as a new family member. Students can write a follow-up to negotiate their duties towards their pet. Thank you Danissimo for the cute template. Thank you to all my colleagues!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 51


 
END-PREPOSITION QUESTION PRACTICE WITH KEY
It may seem easy at first sight but students struggle when it comes to asking questions leaving the preposition at the end of the interrogative structure. Some practice with a range of verbal tenses, verbs and prepositions won´t hurt until it comes out in a natural way. Thank you to Mena22 for the template and to all my colleagues.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 98


 
THE SOUND COLLECTOR NOUN GAP-FILLING AND VERB-MATCHING WITH KEY
This workseet was reported some time ago because of a clip-marked picture, so I apologize. Besides removing it, I have redesigned it. There are two activities: the first one is a noun gap-filling exercise and the second one consists in matching the sounds of verbs with their definitions. Key provided. Grateful to Mena22 for her cute template. Thank...
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 11


 
ADVERBS OF MANNER MODEL SENTENCES
Simple model sentences for the students to deduce the rules of formation of adverbs of manner with emphasis on the exceptions. I am grateful to Mena22 for her cute template. Thank you to all of you and enjoy your weekend!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 49


 
MATCHING TWO-LINE DIALOGUES / REPARTEES 2 WITH KEY
This is the second part of a series of two-line dialogues. As in real life a conversation can boil down to just an exchange of sentences. One sentence is too many (a single one!). Key included. Thank you. First part is http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=748036#thetop
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 29


 
MATCHING TWO-LINE DIALOGUES / REPARTEES 1 WITH KEY
Students match the two halves of each repartee so that the conversation exchange makes sense. Answer key provided. Thank you.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 23


 
KET ANSWERING QUESTIONS PRACTICE
Questions aimed at preparing the students who are going to take external exams such as KET (now called KEY). Thank you
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 95


 
DRAMA GLOSSARY MATCHING ACTIVITY with Answer key
Students match key theatre concepts with their definitions. By starting matching the ones they know, they can infer the others. Interesting for them to distinguish the differences between soliloquy, monologue and an aside. Key provided. At the end there is a link to the famous Hamlet soliloquy "To be or not to be" by Shakespeare. Thank you
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 27

 

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