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ultimatule
Agnieszka
Poland



Hi,Iīm an ESL teacher, I teach mainly adults and young adults.

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Crime vocabulary - Intermediate
Vocabulary exercise to practice the topic of CRIME. Cut the words out; prepare a set por each pair/ group. Ss segregate the words into 4 categories: crimes, criminals, punishments and words connected with court. Make sure they have dictionaries to check the unknown words. You might want to make it a race between 2 group - just a suggestion ;) ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 128


 
New York, New York Frank Sinatra Pronunciation+ Informal English/ Slang
Worksheet contains lyrics of "New York, New York" with an exercise on English sounds (finding short and long vowels). Thereīs also one page of additional exercises on infromal English (e.g. wanna, gonna etc.)
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 111


 
Modal verbs game
A fun way to practice modal verbs and semi-modal constructions, such as: can, muust, should, be permitted, be allowed etc. You need a copy of the worksheet and two dice per group. One dice is for modals, the other for the place/situation. Ss roll the dice and build a sentence about a given place with the right modal verbs. Enjoy :)
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 108


 
Prepositions of Time IN ON AT
Worksheet for elementary or pre-intermediate students. Ss segregate time expressions into three "sacks": in, on and at. A speaking exercise follows, aimed at reinforcing the new material - Ss talk in pairs-groups about their citzķy- country and themselves.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 84


 
The Genie - Funny Story/ Joke
A short story about the men on a desert island, designed to bring some fun to the classroom - a surprising punchline will definitely make your students smile.
Level: elementary
Age: 14-17
Type: reading
Downloads: 69


 
Battleships (Present Continuous for arranged plans)
This is a game based on Battleships. Pairwork. Students A and B ask each other about the plans for the whole week. (What are you doing on Monday motning?) etc.) To win, they need to identify 3 free times in the partnerīs tight schedule. The first person to uncover them is the winner.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 69


 
Make or Do - Collocation Exercise + a competition
Hopefully enjoable exercises to facilitate memorizing Do and MAKE collocations ;) Procedure:Ss use dictionaries to find which verb – do or make collocate with a noun. Check with the whole group and give your Ss a few minutes, so that they can test each other in pairs. One S reads a noun, the other responses with the right verb. When Ss...
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 59


 
Likes and dislikes - I like/ I donīt mind/ I hate etc. - Speaking practice
This exercise is designed as a pairwork activity to reinforce talking about oneīs preferences, likes and dislikes . Ss fill in the form with answers about themselves and GUESS their partnerīs answers. When both Ss are ready, they ask each other questions to find out the true answers - if they have guessed correctly, they get 1 point for each good a...
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 54


 
Word formation - adjectives Upper-Intermediate/ FCE
Word formation exercise - building adjectives from stems and "segregating" them into correct "sacks". 14 common adjectival endings can be practiced by this exercise. Key provided. Editable.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 49


 
English Questions - a simple and fun way to remember the word order in every English tense :)
What do fingers and English questions have in commen? Check and find out! Very simple but incredibly effective way of helping our students memorize word order in English questions. Works with every tense. Once students remember which finger stands for which part of a question, they wonīt forget it easily - and if they do - they always have the...
Level: intermediate
Age: 3-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 49

 

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