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sulekra
Adam Rene
Australia



Im an Australian currently living in the Czech Republic. I teach mostly upper-intermediate & advanced students, so most of my worksheets are for conversation with grammar embedded. Ive been teaching English since 2008 and Im hoping to stick with it for a long time yet, and see many countries around the world. All feedback will be very much appreciated :D

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Absurd Laws - Conditionals - Unless, As Long As, Even If, In Case, Provided That
Article about new laws in some Italian towns that ban things such as sandcastles, noisy shoes, kebab shops, miniskirts, feeding pigeons, sitting on steps, etc. Students complete the article by filling in the gaps with the correct conditional (0,1,2,3) with a focus on alternatives to if: as long as, unless, provided that, in case, even if... There i...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 369


 
Bad Parenting? - Modals of Obligation/Necessity/Permission - Kids and Parenting
Two short articles about parenting, where students choose the correct modal of obligation/permission/necessity to fit each gap. The 1st is about rapper Sean Combs giving his son a $360000 sports car for his birthday. The 2nd is about a father who put his daughter up for sale on the internet as punishment for breaking school rules. Leads to discussi...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 175


 
Economy Hits Kids Pockets - Past and Present Tenses - Pocket Money
Article about kids pocket money and how it is affected by recession. Students complete the gaps by choosing the appropriate past and present tenses. Leads to conversation about giving and receiving pocket money, teaching kids about money and the economy, gender inequality, financial and parental responsibility, etc. Answers included...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 240


 
Extreme Records - 13-Year-Old Climbs Everest + Intensifiers, Gradable/Non-Gradable Adjectives
A worksheet about the 13-year-old boy who climbed Mount Everest, and the 15-year-old girl who sailed around the world solo. Starts off with an activity matching gradable and non-gradable adjectives, which leads into the intensifiers and modifiers connected with each group. In the article the student chooses the correct intensifier or modifier depen...
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 281


 
Extreme Sports Discussions + Intensifier exercises - Very/Quite/Really/Extremely etc.
A worksheet on EXTREME SPORTS, which includes an exercise on intensifier adverbs for gradable and non-gradable adjectives, such as VERY/REALLY/QUITE/RATHER/EXTREMELY/TOTALLY/COMPLETELY etc, and a number of activities and questions sure to create a lot of discussion. Companion worksheet to "Totally Extreme Record" id=418957. Answers included...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 457


 
Good To Gossip? - Reported Speech
An article about research regarding gossip, which shows that it is actually good for us! Students complete the article by choosing the correct quote for each gap, and turning it into reported speech. Students discuss reasons for gossiping, whether gossip is a good thing, how much they trust what others tell them, gossip at school and in the workpla...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 333


 
Ground Rules - Sheet For Introduction
Some ground rules I use for my classes, will need to be slightly configured to fit your context, such as substituting your details. Makes students feel a lot more comfortable, encourages questions and their participation, and lets you reference them in the future eg. "remember your rules, theres no such thing as a stupid question" etc... It use...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 116


 
Higher Pay Equals Meaner Bosses - Prepositions - Jobs and Business
An article about how the more money bosses earn, the meaner they are to their employees! It is an open cloze which students complete by choosing the correct prepositions. Good for FCE and CAE students, or for testing yourself;) Leads to discussions about employment, workplace satisfaction, your boss, executive pay and bonuses, quality of bosses and...
Level: advanced
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 114


 
Is the Internet a Human Right + Quantifiers
This is a conversation article about a recent BBC survey asking whether the internet should be a human right, as well as discussing attitudes to censorship, online privacy, and if people can live without it. Students complete the article by choosing the correct quantifier for each gap.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 301


 
Kids Having Kids - Too/Enough/So/Such/Very - Love and Relationships
Article about two recent and very public cases about teen pregnancy, a 13-year-old father from Britain and an 11-year-old mother from Bulgaria. Students practice using modifiers SO, SUCH, TOO, ENOUGH and VERY by filling in the gaps, and discuss topics such as the best age to fall in love, marry and have children, the effect of children on lifestyle...
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 254

 

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