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Title
A Halloween Party
Target Structure
Invitations
Level
Upper-Elementary, Lower-Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
Help your students with the language of invitations with this halloween party themed lesson.

Your students will learn expressions including:

* would you like to
* that sounds great / I'd love to
* the more the merrier
* I'm going as (a vampire)
* and more!

The lesson opens with a lead-in where your students tell each other about a recent party.

This is followed by a mix-and-match with students finding the two halves of sentences which will be used in the dialogue.

Following the dialogue, there are comprehension questions, and role-plays, with students going around the room, inviting and accepting invitations to halloween parties.

This worksheet is written for lower-level classes.

 


 

Title
Do you watch TV very much?
Target Structure
Adverbs of Frequency / Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
60+ minutes
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Description
This worksheet combines a review of adverbs of frequency (often, never, occasionally etc.) with a conversation about TV viewing habits.

It's also a great way to review Present Simple questions and build some up-to-date vocabulary.

Vocabulary covered includes binge watch, dramas, comedies, classics, subscribe and more.

Following the lead-in, there is a question-gap-fill reading, vocabulary-building exercises, grammar analysis and discussion.

This worksheet is great for elementary-level students looking to improve their confidence.

 


 

Title
That's my brother!
Target Structure
Possessives, Basic Family Questions
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet reviews possessive pronouns, the possessive 's' as well as basic personal questions.

It's a great lesson for personalising: your students can show some family photos from a smartphone and get their classmates to ask questions.

You can use the lesson to teach useful expressions such as 'who's that on the left / right / in the middle'?

Following the lead-in, there is a simple conversation, a question-answer matching exercise, controlled practice and personalisation.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level classes. It's a great way to get your lower-level students speaking at length.

 


 

Title
How many bottles?
Target Structure
Much | Many | Countable | Uncountable
Level
Elementary to Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Help your students to master 'much' and 'many' with this worksheet.

There's a gap-fill conversation with two people making a shopping list for a party. There are practice exercises to improve accuracy and fluency with the target language, as well as vocabulary building. (A loaf of bread, a carton of millk etc.)

Your students will have the opportunity to role-play, using food and drink which they would want at a party.

Finally, there are a number of discussion questions, so that your students can talk about the topic more.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level students. It would also make good revision for pre-intermediate classes too.

 


 

Title
My Best Vacation
Target Structure
Past Simple
Level
Elementary to Lower Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Improve your students' confidence and fluency with the Past Simple with this travel English worksheet.

'My Best Vacation' (UK version: 'My Best Holiday') looks at four different kinds of vacation - backpacking, beach, a cookery course and a cruise.

Your students can read about four people's trips - or you can divide it up and have each student read one segment and then tell a partner about the trip.

This is followed by vocabulary building and a discussion exercises, where students think of the good and bad points of each kind of trip.

The lesson rounds off with another speaking activity, with students telling a partner about their best vacation.

This worksheet is written for lower-level classes.


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