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

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Opposite Adjectives Bingo
Cut out the bingo cards. Cut out the word list and place in a cup or envelope. Hand out the bingo cards to the students. Take a word out of the cup and say the top word in the square in bold. Students must shout back the opposite adjective and those that have it on their bingo card should cross it off. When a student has crossed off all the words f...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 11


 
Genres 1
There are two columns; one for genres and one for situations. Cut each section into strips and place both sections into separate envelopes entitled "genres" and "situations." Students are divided into pairs and then one student takes a strip of paper from the "genres" envelope while the other takes one from the "situations" envelope. Students th...
Level: advanced
Age: 18-100
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 10


 
Phrasal Verb Bingo: Phrasal verbs with "For"
Another phrasal Verb Bingo. Same as before but this one ahas an answer key. 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. After the list is done, play the gam...
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
Seances: Question game for practising the past.
The objective is to practice short forms in the past. How to play Turn out the lights and light a candle or two. Cut the cards out, pass them around and then tell the students that they are the ghosts of these people. Students take it in turns to be the ghost. Each student asks questions in the past; e.g. Were you a man? Were you from Eu...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 9


 
Treasure Hunt
A small treasure hunt activity plan for those that have big enough classrooms or playgrounds.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 9


 
Descriptions
Cut the paper into strips of two words. Put them into a cup and student take it in turns to describe the two words, Very good for compare and contrast exercises. If necessary write choice expressions on the board (e.g. they are both nouns/verbs ... one of them is ... the other one is ... they are to do with ...). If they arenŽt ready or capable of ...
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 9


 
Accent Change: Reading
I got this from the internet and adapted it for use in class. Odd little story.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 9


 
YouŽll Never Walk Alone
A very easy listening sheet for the kids or foreign Liverpool fans to try.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
Contracting a Utility Company Role-Play
Print out the pages on card and laminate them (they last longer). Cut them out. Pre-teach the expressions that are used when contracting a utility service. Give a customer card to one student and a company card to the other. The customer then phones the company and they have a timed role-play of two minutes. Correct any mistakes after the role-...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 9


 
Adjective Prefix Quiz
Use this as you see fit. I usually get them to try and guess the prefixes in teams. I then award points for the best sentence constructions.
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9

 

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