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spinney
Dale
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Im a Brit living in Spain teaching English because thats all I could find over here. I like it though.

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Mountain Biking - Summer camp text with exercise and key
Another short reading with a picture vocabulary matching exercise with answer key for those that do linguistic summer camps.
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 43


 
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: 43


 
Phrasal Verbs with Away
A set of phrasal verb worksheets on the subject of phrasal verbs with away. There is a mix-and-match, a cloze exercise, invent your own phrasal verbs exercise, a story with gap-fill, bingo and a final debate. Answer key included. I uploaded this last week and then realised there was a glaring mistake and deleted. So if youre feeling a touch of dej...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 43


 
Planning Permission Role-Play and Reading
Students should read the story and do the vocabulary exercise before or after, depending on how the teacher prefers it. After the students have read the original article, cut out and distribute the personality cards. Then get one of the students to read the role-play scenario and another to read out the proposals. After the students have had one mi...
Level: advanced
Age: 11-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 42


 
Evolution by Fire - Reading and Use of English part 2 and Debate
This is a small reading done in the style of the FCE/CAE reading and use of English part 2 part of the exam. It is then followed by a small, fun role-play. Answers are provided. If anybody is interested, I also have a documentary (BBC - Horizon) that deals with the subject and a worksheet that I knocked up to use with it. PM me if you would like to...
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 42


 
British and American Misunderstandings - Adult Version
A short exercise on the amusing differences between American and British English. Not for kids and Ive thrown in a couple of smaller, not so controversial examples, too. Answers are provided.
Level: intermediate
Age: 16-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 42


 
Invitation Dice Game
Select two speakers. The speakers move through the list alphabetically. They throw a dice for each letter and then speak the line that corresponds with the number. After they finish, another couple start. When everyone has finished, compare how different the conversation was in content but how similar in context.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 41


 
Parts of the body
Just a standard body diagram for use in the classroom.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 41


 
Mixed Phrasal Verb Project
This is a small project for phrasal verbs with "up" "in" "for" and "down." It has a gap-fill exercise, mix and match, story with debate, invent your own gap-fill and my phrasal verb snap game. The whole thing should take about 3 hours to do. Bingo can be used for large groups but the snap cards can be used with individual classes or small even numb...
Level: intermediate
Age: 16-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 41


 
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: 40

 

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