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What�s your name? How are you?
This is a first-class activity for very low level students. Students write their name on the small card and circle how they feel. Make sure to pre-teach �happy�, �sad�, and �hungry�. Students must walk around the class asking each others name and �how are you?�, writing down nmaes and how they feel. All students must come and ask the teacher,...
Level: elementary
Age: 5-11
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 6


 
Clean energy vs Fossil fuels
Divide students into two groups. One group is "Pro-renewable energy", the other group supports the use of "Fossil Fuels". Give each group about 20-30 minutes to make notes from the website at the bottom of their roleplay cards and then the students must come back to make a five-minute presentation arguing their point. This activity can then ...
Level: advanced
Age: 12-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 86


 
First Class Speech Bubbles
Print, cut-out then laminate. Use these cards with a low level first class to teach them useful classroom language and give yourself a trouble-free class for the whole term! Get the class using English from Day One! Ideas: Drilling games Run and touch Write L1 on the back for other activities using English - L1 Have fun!
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: flash-card
Downloads: 29


 
The Mystery of Egypt
Students have to work out the hidden code from the Egyptian hieroglyphs (I am the old king). The main point of the exercise is for students to then write English words and sentences in hieroglyphs for their partner to workout. It is a fun way to develop reading, writing and sentence structure using a fun and diverse theme. I hope your kids like ...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 65


 
Verb pelmanism
Verb pelmanism - stick to card, then cut out each card (laminate if possible, you can use them again and again). Shuffle up and lay cards face down. Students put into pairs, threes or fours and take turns to find pairs. Students have to memorize where cards are. If they find a pair, they must make a sentence with the the verb. If they can make ...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 19


 
She�s leaving home
Listening activity with writing exercise/discussion follow-up. Students fill-in the missing gaps, then they write the letter that the girl �left at the foot of the stairs� to her parents. Good graded activity for students. Follow up with discussion about family relationships and love.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 25


 
Hand in Pocket
Song using many interesting adjectives. Students match meaning after listening. Try getting students to make their own songs using adjectives to describe themselves! Enjoy!
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: lesson-plan
Downloads: 60


 
If I had a million dollars
Fun lesson focusing on second conditional using song the song "If I had a million dollars" by the Bare Naked Ladies. Fun follow up activity after the listening. Lesson plan included!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 90


 
Telephone minimal pairs
Give out one sheet to each student or to pairs of students. Each students needs a pen and paper. You must read out a telephone number to the students using the minimal pairs on the worksheet. Students listen carefully and write down the number they think you are reading out. Language students find similar phonemes very difficult to differentiate...
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 20


 
Kitchen Spot the Difference
This is spot the difference exercise. Make sure you pre-teach all the relevant vocabulary and prepositions of place. When kids are confident of language, cut the worksheet into A and B and put your kids into pairs. Sit them on the floor back-to-back and get them to find eight differences in the pictures. Back-to-back encourages 100% listening co...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 96

 

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