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Title
An Ideal Job
Target Structure
Job Vocabulary / Collocations
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This two page theme worksheet is great for teaching common job vocabulary. Students learn about long working-hours, fringe benefits, promotion. There are also great adjectives - monotonous, challenging and varied.

This worksheet has a conversation, vocabulary practice and plenty of discussion.

 


 

Title
The Tennis Game
Target Structure
Contrast: despite, in spite of, although etc.
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at ways of expressing contrast in conversation. Language covered includes;

* in spite of
* despite
* although
* though
* however
* mind you

There is a gap-fill conversation and questions followed by mix and match cards (remember to cut them up before the lesson!) and additional exercises to help your students build their confidence with the target language.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
Polite Telephone English
Target Structure
Telephone English
Level
Elementary - Int
Time
20 minutes
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Description
This conversation is correct English, but highly impolite! You can help instill some manners in your students with this worksheet.

Your students need to go through the conversation, changing the register from rude to polite.

'Polite Telephone English' can be used as a follow-up to a general English phone lesson. It also works well if set as homework.

 


 

Title
What kind of food do you like?
Target Structure
Likes and Dislikes
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Likes and dislikes is a great topic for lower-level students, as it gives them the opportunity to personalize the language they are learning.

This worksheet looks at some common expressions associated with likes and dislikes. This includes:

* I'm a big fan of...
* I'm really into
* I can't stand
* I don't mind

There is a conversation, some practice exercises and role-play.

The lesson finishes off with a class survey.

 


 

Title
Conversation Builder: Tourism
Target Structure
Discussion Skills
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
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.



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