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Title
What do you think of driverless cars?
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Upper-Elem / Pre-Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
There are lots of stories about self-driving cars in the news in the last few years. This worksheet brings the topic to your lower-level classes.

'Driverless Cars' has a vocabulary matching exercise, followed by three short gap-fill vox pops. The lesson continues with comprehension questions, exercises to personalise the target language and finally discussion questions.

Your students will learn (or review) vocabulary including:

reliable
not keen (on something)
commute
can't wait
...and more

This worksheet is designed for upper elementary or lower-intermediate level classes.


 


 

Title
Nelson Mandela
Target Structure
Past Simple Questions: Passive and Active
Level
Intermediate
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
How well do your students know the story of Nelson Mandela?

This worksheet has a short gap-fill reading. It's ideal for students working in pairs. If you're in a one-on-one lesson, the teacher can take one of the roles.

Students need to read the story and ask their partner questions in order to fill in the gaps. The questions are both active and passive.

This worksheet is also a great way to build your students' vocabulary.

It is written for intermediate-level classes.

 


 

Title
How do I get to the Hotel Grande?
Target Structure
Directions
Level
Elementary +
Time
30 + minutes
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Description
This new worksheet has five different exercises to help your students with basic directions.

There's a conversation, followed by a gap-fill exercise, map reading and direction explanation.

Your students will have lots of opportunities to improve their fluency in giving directions in English.

 


 

Title
The School Report
Target Structure
Adverbs
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is a great way to introduce adverbs to your students.

There's a simple reading with a gap-fill exercise, followed by additional practice and a speaking card activity.

It's great for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Schooldays
Target Structure
Prohibition and Obligation
Level
Lower Intermediate+
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheets looks at some common language used when talking about rules. The language studied includes:

* have to
* have got to
* (not) be allowed to
* be supposed to

The theme is schooldays, with three people giving their stories. There's a short reading, with practice exercises and lots of opportunities for your students to tell each other their memories!


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