Travel always works well as a conversation topic. This worksheet is designed for intermediate level students and above.
The questions listed are only suggestions for beginning a discussion. Depending on the dynamics of your class, you could choose to focus on questions one to five, or challenge your students with more thought-provoking questions from six to eleven.
The ability to write email in English is an important skill your students will need to master.
This worksheet looks at common expressions used in informal email messages. There's a reading, with a fill-in-the-blanks exercise, plus some comprehension questions.
The worksheet rounds off with some task-based email writing practice. Get your students to email you the homework! Alternatively, we have blank email templates which you can photocopy for use in the class.
This worksheet is for lower-intermediate students, but can be adjusted for other levels.
This advanced-level reading is the story of someone who managed, through a series of exchanges, to go from a paperclip to a house!
This worksheet has seven different activities, including reading, vocabulary building, and speaking / discussion practice. It's a great way to build your students' vocabulary range and speaking skills.