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I am a native speaker working in Spain. It´s great to co-operate with and learn from other teachers... So please let me know what you think of my submissions, all feedback is welcome.

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Big or large? (Collocations )
This worksheet will teach students which collocations go with the word "big" and which go with the word "large". Answers and teaching suggestions included. Fully editable. All feedback welcome! It´s pretty funny (I think), so have fun! *****PLEASE NOTE***** The picture preview on this website does not display the text in it´s correct alignme...
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 183


 
Neighbours (ordinals communicative game)
A communicative information-gap task for introducing and practicing ordinal numbers. Students take turns asking who lives on each floor, filling in the gaps according to the name given by their partner. There is a list of the names to help with spelling. Tip 1: a good warm up might be to ask them if they live in an apartment block, and which floor ...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 118


 
Lance Armstrong - Survivor (present perfect vs. past simple)
This work-sheet tells the inspiring life-story of cyclist Lance Armstrong, who survived testicular cancer to win 7 Tours de France. The work sheet will help students to reinforce their understanding of when to use the present perfect or the past simple, (i.e. past events with current relevance vs. simple statements of past events). Note: Remember t...
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 43


 
Attitudes and objectives questionaire.
These 2 simple questionaires (which can be used separately) will help create that all-important motivation in your students. By asking them their opinions about English, the first questionaire subtly hints at various extrinsic motivations for learning English, for example: "English will help me in the future at university or work" [agree / disagree...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 9


 
Escape - Motas video game reading
Game available at http://www.albartus.com/motas/. Reading excercise based on following instructions to beat a video game. Students will need access to the internet to complete this exercise. After 2 pre-reading discussion questions, students must put the instructions in order and escape from the room.. Totally editable. Idea: google "motas + walkth...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 8


 
Business English Needs Analysis Form
A needs analysis form, ideal for one-to-one classes. Business-related questions can be taken out as desired. This questionnaire provides a rich source of information about your student that you can use to plan the rest of the course. Makes a good first lesson, alongside appropriate relaxed discussion and introductions. You can create discu...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: others
Downloads: 4


 
Funny questions practice - "One Step Behind".
This is a really fun(ny) activity to practice interrogatives. It also makes a fun filler or quick communicative activity to change the atmosphere. Here´s how it works. Students find partners. One partner asks the questions, and the other person has to answer them... BUT, there´s a twist. The partner who answers keeps silent for the first questi...
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 4


 
What is there in your bedroom? (prepositions mingle).
Instructions: Sts mingle, asking each other what there is in different spots in their bedrooms, following the model. Names on the left, object on the right in the box. Fully editable.
Level: elementary
Age: 3-11
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 3

 

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Lance Armstrong - Survivor (present perfect vs. past simple)
Also see the worksheet on the same theme: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=351034#thetop This exercise is about the inspiring life-story of Lance Armstrong, who survived testicular cancer to win 7 Tours de France. It will reinforce when to use the present perfect or the past simple, ...

Level: intermediate
Age: 9-100