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When it comes to teaching grammar and vocabulary, it's important to have models for students to follow. Unfortunately, finding models can be difficult. Sentences taken from standard worksheet often come out of context and novels or non-fiction books a ...
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This activity is intended for A2 students or even younger if you help them understand the meaning of the sentences in the True or False activities. Students watch trailers for  Jumanji 1 and 2 and complete the activities. It can be used as a star ...
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A fun, interactive way to practice the first conditional. Students begin by discussing and assessing a number political parties (some real, some just for fun). After that, each group gets to design their own political party, creating campaign promises ...
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This activity is divided into different tasks. It is intended for young learners, level A 1. They listen and complete using words and images given. They put verses in order and circle the right answer. It would be a good idea to watch the music video ...
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In this lesson, students learn and practise vocabulary related to Olympic winter sports. Students learn words for winter sports, give their opinion, watch a video and play a team game. They can also use apps I created on learningapps to help them do t ...
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FDR's request to Congress to declare war on Japan in retaliation for the attack on America is historic and iconic, as much for the structure of the speech as for the gravity of the attack itself. As a spoken document it rings with authority, defiance, ...
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To many, diagramming sentences is an outdated practice that offers few benefits for students. To others, however, diagramming sentences is a way to help improve students' understanding of the English language. If you're not a fan of diagramming senten ...
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A worksheet aiming at practising the use of modal verb can and can't for ability. It contains a variety of tasks such as gap filling, matching and multiple choice exercises. It can be used as supplementary material after the use of can and can't has b ...
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Friends TV Show Listening Activity: Joey Breaks Up with Janine Duration: 30 minute activity, clip is approximately 5-6 minutes long -Youtube Link, (on handout) -Comprehension Questions -Grammar Section -Vocabulary Section -Script of Clip *Students lov ...
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This worksheet is made for students at a primary school level to learn about the differences between countable and uncountable nouns in the context of food. It contains practice for "Is there" and "Are there" questions. Students will first categorize ...
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