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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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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


 
Freerunning (parkour) - short video and questions
A short video about children learning freerunning in their school gym class. Exercises are: pre-video discussion questions, watch and answer "w" questions, watch and answer detailed questions (e.g. gap fill).
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 15


 
Summer holidays: mind map to stimulate discussion
A mind map with key words and pictures related to the theme of "holidays" (generally the summer holidays). Pupils can use this as a stimulus for discussion or for a pair work interview. The second page includes cards with opinion and structuring phrases - for added challenge, pupils must pick one or more cards to include in their discussion answers...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: others
Downloads: 31


 
all but, anything but, everything but, nothing but
A guide for advanced learners explaining the often confusing structure "all but" as well as anything, everything and nothing but. The sheet includes an explanation of each structure, then examples taken from real-life sources (newspapers and literature) for learners to analyse.
Level: advanced
Age: 13-100
Type:
Downloads: 9


 
Pancakes video and exercises
Simple video about making pancakes for Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day). Exercises cover listening for ingredients in the recipe and their amounts, vocabulary for cooking equipment, and putting the steps of the recipe in the right order.
Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 44


 
Tourists in Antarctica: article and vocabulary/grammar questions focusing on reading skills
Questions focus on using the context to elicit the meaning of unknown vocabulary, and using grammatical knowledge to reformulate sentences from the text. The article discusses the benefits and risks of Antarctic tourism.
Level: advanced
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 37


 
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: 30


 
Easily confused words: will, would, want, would like
An overview of 4 easily confused and misused verb structures: will, would, would like, want. There are simple exercises to practise the question and negative form of these structures, and then reading comprehensions and questions which use the structures in context. Answers are provided on p4 of the document.
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 15


 
ACT or SAT practice: delete/add text elements (topic: traditional medicine)
An exercise about text comprehension at a deeper level. Readers must decide how deleting a portion of the text would affect the meaning. Other questions ask whether certain elements should be added to the text, and if so, where would be best.
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 18


 
Christmas "crack the code"
Simple vocabulary worksheet with coded words which pupils must decode.
Level: elementary
Age: 5-15
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 53

 


Comparatives and superlatives in adverts
Examples of adjectives of differing lengths used in real advertisements. A good way to introduce or refresh the topic of comparatives and superlatives by asking pupils to deduce the rules from the examples given. (Can be used in conjunction with my ´comparatives flowchart´ worksheet.)

Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Downloads: 18

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