Elementary-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
I haven't seen you for ages!
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple
Level
Elem - Intermedate
Time
20+ minutes
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Description
This worksheet helps build your students' accuracy and understanding of the Present Perfect Simple.

This worksheet is easy to teach, and provides extensive practice of FOR and SINCE.

For lower and intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
Free Time Questionnaire
Target Structure
Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This is a lower level mixer for groups.

Use this survey to practice free time activities/hobbies. Great for present simple questions and follow ups. Easy to use - and it keeps the teacher's involvement to an absolute minimum!

There's an American and British-English version.

This worksheet is for lower-level students.

 


 

Title
Family Questionnaire
Target Structure
Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This mixer / survey activity is a good way of getting lower-level students speaking.

There is a conversation covering key low-level questions about families and jobs. Your students can practice this extensively with the survey in the second part of the worksheet.

This handout is for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
'Have you ever' cards (Experiences)
Target Structure
Present Perfect Simple
Level
Elem / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
'Have you ever' cards are an excellent way of increasing your students' fluency, while getting away from the text book.

Simply cut the cards out, place them upside-down on the desk, and get your students talking! If you encourage lots of follow-up questions, this activity is bound to really get your students talking.

 


 

Title
What do you do? What are you doing?
Target Structure
Present Simple & Continuous
Level
Elementary
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Practice the difference between the Present Simple and Continuous / Progressive.

This two-page worksheet has a grammar review, some illustrated questions and lots of speaking practice.

It's an excellent way of nailing a fundamental language point for lower-level students.


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