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Hi there, thank you for your worksheet, I really like the layout. I am not as original as you, but I do like to take ideas and change them a little. I have taken some of your illustrations and made them into a writing worksheet for teaching past tense. I would like to submit this to the site for sharing, but because the illustrations are all yours it would be impolite to do this without asking your permission. Please contact me at [email protected] and I will send you the amended version for you to look at.
How to Use these Wonderful Worksheets. posted by
Hi Caroline, This and many other printable worksheets are really great. A lot of hard work goes into them. But please can you tell how you use them? Im working in China and although most classes have TVs few have overheads or computers. I work mostly with P.P. presentation so need to use my notebook. So apart from converting these to PP ????. Thanks.
My printable "On Holiday" is quite a basic vocabulary worksheet, this is how I use it:
-I ve made a transparency of it : I put it on the board and make students talk about their holidays: where they went, who with, when, and what they did (but if you don t have an overhead this won t be of any use for you). You can also make copies of it (they will be black and white but the pictures still appear clearly) and give them to the students so that they keep a copy in their notebooks and they can work on it in the same way.
- You can also use it to talk about holidays to come: where and what they are going to go and do; or would like to go and do.
-Michael made some exercises based on the vocabulary as well: here s the link to find it: