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For your lowest level learners, explaining that going to and will mean the same thing is probably okay  - they do both express the future,  but as your students progress you’ll need to come to grips with the subtle difference between t ...
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This is a worksheet suitable for Elementary or Pre-Intermediate students who are interested in celebrities and romance. The activity allows students to re-construct the timelines of two love stories: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's and Brad Pitt and ...
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Shouting dictation for food idioms - suitable for a good class pre-int and above. Contains a shouting dictation for the idioms which can then be used as group or paired discussion questions. A good warmer or filler for any weekly topic concerning anim ...
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This activity is an inversed Clue game where SS need to find the person who was murdered, where was he/she murdered and what was he/she doing when it happened using Past Continuous. Suggested cards are included in this worksheet but teachers can make ...
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This worksheet was created for primary/elementary students. What are fossils? This science worksheet includes 12 facts about fossils. Students read through the sentences and fill in the missing words. There is a word bank to help them. This resource w ...
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The Selfish Giant owns a beautiful garden which has 12 peach trees and lovely fragrant flowers, in which children love to play after returning from the school. On the giant's return from seven years visiting his friend the Cornish Ogre, he takes offen ...
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Pronunciation can often be complex, especially the phonetic script, but you don’t have to be an expert to teach pronunciation well.   1. Find out what your students can’t do Your students will have different problems with pronunciatio ...
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This worksheet contains two pages. The first contains a chart illustrating present simple -ing form, will and going to and how these are used to indicating the future. The second page is a practice sheet with these forms. Good for level A2 and a higher.
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This worksheet will help your students practise large numbers. I particularly like the last activity because it is about wild endangered animals. There is also a pair work and students have to swap their worksheets to read and write their classmate's ...
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This a listening exercise for elementary students using The Scientist by Coldplay. Students have to do different exercises in order to complete the song. I have found this song very appealing to my students as it has a slow rhythm and they can sing it ...
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