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christybridgeman
Christy
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Hello! I am an assistant language teacher in Japan. I was an ESL teacher in America before contracting with JET. I hope that my ideas can spark new ideas for you! Please share them with me!

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Conditionals Song If I had a Million Dollars
This song has really helped my students use the conditionals: would, could, should, wouldn´t and so on. Listen to the song If I had a Million Dollars by the BarenakedLadies and have students fill in the blanks with what they hear. I guarantee by the end of the song they can say, "If I-------- I would--------" We used this with one class and not ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 146


 
Guess Who Simple Present Tense
This is a game called Guess Who. Students will have fun while practicing the simple present tense form. They will ask questions and answer questions. A sample dialogue is included! I have another Guess Who game for relative clauses. If you like this one, you might like the other as well. Each is slightly different beyond just the grammar focus...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 60


 
Guess Who Relative Clauses Who That Which
This is a game to help reinforce relative clauses. The kids love this game! I use it with my middle school ESL students, but I am sure high school students and upper elementary students would love this game!
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-14
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 54


 
Battleship: Interrogatives
Students will love playing this game and using interrogatives such as "Does James know how to drive a car?" "Does Sally know when the movie starts?" Directions are included! Please enjoy!
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 48


 
Past Tense BattleShip!!
Rules are included Great game to get students talking! Past tense is the focus! Enjoy
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 31


 
Superlative and Comparative Song: One Is The Lonliest Number
This activity involves students listening to the song One by Three Dog Night. The basic form of the adjective is written and students must change it to what they hear when they listen to the song. This is a great song to teach compatatives and superlatives.
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Type: activity-card
Downloads: 30


 
Relative Clauses
This worksheet is designed to help your students see how relative clauses are used! Please enjoy this worksheet with your students! I have another relative clause guess who game that you can also download!
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 19


 
Past Tense Using Song Yellow by Cold Play
This has two parts. The first part is for a listening exercise. Students circle the correct form of the verb that they hear when you play the song. Then the second worksheet is just for them to check their answers. Excellent song for teaching past tense.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 16


 
Warmup Activity: At The Restaurant
Here is my routine: First I slowly do a stanza with motions. Then I do it again. Then I ask them questions about what happened. Then I have them repeat it after me with motions 2x. I give it to them on a strip of paper for them to read. I ask if there are any questions. Then we begin our days lesson. Takes only 5 minutes and the kids al...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
Type: others
Downloads: 13


 
Can VS Cannot Auxilary Verbs Helping Verbs
This worksheet is designed to help introduce the auxilary verbs can and cannot. Students are able to see a sample dialogue and then create their own sentences. Students will be able to analyze the sentence structure and create their own. I suggest doing a speaking practice with this first. I would model it for them and then have them break into...
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-17
Type: worksheet
Downloads: 12

 

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