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morenika1
Monika
Poland



I’ve been teaching English for 16 years. I teach students aged from 16 to 19 and I’m also a Matura (‘the high school exit exam’) state examiner. I teach young adults at the end of their secondary education at two levels: “basic” (B1) and ‘extended” (B2+). I love preparing various teaching aids for my little ones since I believe that a perfect textbook hasn’t been created yet.

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AUSTRALIA, CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND QUIZ
AUSTRALIA, CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND QUIZ is a short fill in the gaps activity with an answer key. It’s a chance to learn some info about three English-speaking countries. It’s also an excellent opportunity to enrich students’ knowledge of geography and history.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 67


 
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ESSAYS
A very useful worksheet explaining the main differences between two types of essays: ‘for & against’ and opinion essay. The worksheet itself is made of two parts: a theoretical one (it’s a chart created in Piktochart) and a practical one (two exemplary essays and some activities connected with them).
Level: advanced
Age: 16-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 243


 
DOES ENGLISH LANGUAGE MATTER?
DOES ENGLISH LANGUAGE MATTER? is an excellent source of information about the English language. It’s a true/false test with a detailed answer key which allows students to learn some important facts about English. It’s also a way of mastering some important words connected with foreign languages and linguistics. This worksheet is a short...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 54


 
FACEBOOK NEW REACTION BUTTONS
My students don’t like reading – this is a sad fact:( To encourage them to read something I found an interesting text about Facebook new reaction buttons and created 2 activities. Enjoy!
Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 80


 
FENG SHUI true/false test
A fun activity which can be used as a warm-up task while introducing vocabulary connected with house or interior.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 18


 
FOR & AGAINST ESSAY RECIPE
FOR & AGAINST ESSAY is one of the most important and popular types of writing at the intermediate and advanced level. This worksheet is a set made of three elements: a guideline how to write a perfect essay and two practical activities which teach step by step how to write an ideal paper.
Level: advanced
Age: 16-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 229


 
GENERAL VOCABULARY TEST
GENERAL VOCABULARY TEST is a handout which allows students and their teacher to check how many English words they know. Students or the teacher can interpret the score looking at the attached criteria. The test itself covers 15 different topics (people, houses, school, work, family, food, shopping, transport, art and culture, sport, health, science...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 28


 
HOW TO WRITE A BLOG?
HOW TO WRITE A BLOG? is a useful worksheet made of two parts: a theoretical one explaining how to write a blog entry (I created it myself in Piktochart - it´s not a copy from any book!) and a practical one testing students´writing skills.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 130


 
HOW TO WRITE A DESCRIPTION?
HOW TO WRITE A DESCRIPTION? is a one-page worksheet improving students’ skills in writing. It consists of two parts: a theory explaining how to write a typical description and a practical task with a model description with some follow-up questions.
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 176


 
HOW TO WRITE A FORMAL LETTER?
HOW TO WRITE A FROMAL LETTER? can be a very useful handout for all students willing to practice writing at the upper – intermediate and advanced level. The worksheet is made of two parts: a guide explaining the main rules of writing formal letters and a model letter together with some follow-up questions.
Level: advanced
Age: 15-100
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 222

 

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