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spinney
Dale
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I´m a Brit living in Spain teaching English because that´s all I could find over here. I like it though.

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Grammar Vigilante - FCE part 1 story, debate and corrections exercise
This story has been adpated from the internet in the style of the FCE Reading and Use of English section of the FCE exam, part 1. Answers are provided along with a letter that has to have the grammar and spelling corrected. There is then a fun debate about the Grammar Vigilante. This man really does exist, by the way.
Level: advanced
Age: 16-100
Type: reading
Downloads: 40


 
Swindon Magic Roundabout: CAE reading practice
A small reading exercise with answers for students that are struggling with the preparation for the CAE course. This reading is broken down a little at first with a mix-and-match exercise. It then has some typical CAE standard questions to help the student understand what is required.
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: reading
Downloads: 39


 
Would you mind ...? Would you mind not ...?
This can be used with small groups to practice the correct way to say this expression and in which context. One page is for using it in positive sentences and the next page in the negative. Also a useful grammar guide. An answer key is provided.
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 39


 
Reported speech
A quick worksheet for reported speech practice. It could be handed out to the group and then worked on in pairs or the teacher could just read out the sentences while the students report what is said.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 38


 
Agreement and Disagreement Cards
Print the card, double-sided, and laminate. Introduce the vocabulary.(use the final 2 pages to help) Set the scene for the debate. Hand out the cards so that the students have at least 2 agreeing cards and 2 disagreeing cards. If they have low levels, then give them at least 1 opinion card each. Once the debate starts they must throw down thei...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 37


 
What was the Refrain?
A small, fun exercise on popular refrains and sayings in English. Two pages, the last one using deliberately complicated language. An answer key is provided.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 37


 
Phrasal Verb Snap 1
This game can only be played with even numbers. If you have a group of odd numbers then you should join in the game to make up the numbers. Print out the cards and laminate. For a game of two players just give them a pack of 1 colour (yellow or blue) each. Groups of four shouldn’t be a problem. Players put their cards in front of them face d...
Level: advanced
Age: 12-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 36


 
What are you trying to say? Word stress exercise - correcting information
This is an exercise on word stress and correcting information. For those that have classes below 18, or those living in coutries where alcohol isn´t permitted, you might want to alter the first part (this exercise was meant for a group of adults working in a brewery). Speak the examples in the green box yourself so that they get the idea. Get a cou...
Level: intermediate
Age: 18-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 36


 
Canoeing and Kayaking Summer Camp Worksheet
I just did this for my school´s summer camps so I thought I´d pass it on just in case any of you are planning on doing the same thing. There is an answer key included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 36


 
Phrasal Verb Bingo: Phrasal Verbs with In Part 1
This is easier than it looks and it really works. All my own work so you are free to alter it in anyway you see fit. How to play 1. Cut out the bingo cards below and hand them out to the class. 2. Read the list below the bingo cards aloud and tell the students not to take notes. Provide at least one example or get one of the students to provide one...
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 35

 

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