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zailda
Zailda Prates Mendes Coirano
website Brazil



To find all of my wss visit my web shop: http://zaildacoirano.com.
If you live in Brazil, visit: http://zailda.com.br.

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Can (ability): gap-filling • B&W version • teacher’s handout with keys • 3 pages • fully editable
A worksheet to practice the modal verb can used to describe ability (talent or skill). The teacher’s handout with keys and the B&W version are included. It’s completely editable / correctable, hope you can use it. Thanks for downloading and have a nice day!
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 426


 
How to teach grammar (argh!) to the bored ones – verb to be (present), personal pronouns, possessive adjectives [2 games] FULL DIRECTIONS – CARDS INCLUDED ((2 pages)) ***editable
I suggest 2 games for beginners to get used to personal pronouns, verb to be, yes/no questions, sentence formation, short answers, verb to be in the present, possessive adjectives. I already used both more than once with good results, the first is also useful for students to know each other and the other students’ names, also useful for the teacher...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 425


 
How to teach grammar (argh!) to the bored ones – Comparatives and Superlatives [games, questions and suggestions] ((3 pages)) ¨¨editable
Here you’ll find some ideas on games to teach or practice “Comparatives & Superlatives”. I used the games described with my beginners in 2010 and it works, they enjoyed and learned really fast. The games are for children and teenagers, adults prefer other kinds of activities and feel insecure or embarrassed in competitions. I confess that I also us...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 425


 
At the bank – vocabulary, comprehension and grammar (American money + bank + can) [6 tasks] ((2 pages)) ***editable
A worksheet designed for low intermediate / high elementary or ESP students, dealing with vocabulary (bank + American money) and grammar (the use of “can” for requests, permission and offers) with comprehension tasks. There are 6 different exercises to get students used to bank and money vocabulary, understand the texts and practice the use of can....
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 422


 
The human body (part 1): vocabulary • 3 tasks • 2 pages • fully editable
This is my first worksheet on this vocabulary topic; I didn’t feel encouraged to prepare it before, with so many reported ws on the topic every day. Now I think I found a way to prepare an original one and my students will probably enjoy doing the exercises. It’s completely editable / correctable, hope you can use it. Thanks for downloading and hav...
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 420


 
How to improve your English skills having fun – Students’ guide [Reading] (Tips and [crazy] Activities)
I managed to learn and practice 6 foreign languages through some “crazy” activities that helped me a lot improve my skills. I added some of them to prepare this brief guide for students to improve their skills because they always ask me “how can I get better results?” If you have students that won’t mind using non-conventional tasks that really wor...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 419


 
Verbs of perception (fully editable)
Verbs of perception: rules, usage, examples and exercises to practice. Completely editable. Thanks for downloading and have a nice day!
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 418


 
To be in the past: grammar guide • examples • exercises • B&W version • teacher’s handout with keys • editable
I prepared this ws to provide further practice and to help my elementary students understand the use and formation of the verb to be in the past simple (affirmative, interrogative and negative forms). The B&W version and the teacher’s handout with the keys are included. The printable is completely editable / correctable, hope you can use it. Thanks...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 417


 
Have you ever…? (tight situations): conversation • grammar (pres. perfect) • writing • 2 pages • editable
This printable is designed for higher intermediate or advanced students. The aim is practicing grammar (present perfect) and developing the students’ speaking and writing skills. They complete the sentences with the participle of the verbs given, interview their classmates, take notes, explain their answers orally, compare / contrast their colleagu...
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 417


 
Text Comprehension Ideas
Some new ideas on reading comprehension, avoiding the traditional and boring one (a text followed by comprehension questions). This is the first lesson plan I prepared to share some techiniques I´ve been using and improving in the past two years. More will come, as soon as I organize my files here. Hope you find these ideas useful and want to use s...
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 417

 

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