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Title
Giving Advice
Target Structure
Advice Function (Should, Can, If I were you...)
Level
Elementary to Pre-intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
'Giving Advice' has four newspaper advice columns.

Should your students date an English Teacher? What should the wife do upon discovering lipstick on her husband's collar? Or how about the single man who can only talk about his computer? Deal with these conundrums while exploring advice functions (should, if I were you) etc.

This worksheet has lots of speaking practice. It's great for group work or even one-to-one lessons.

 


 

Title
Quick Advice
Target Structure
'Advice' Function (Should, If I were you etc.)
Level
Elementary
Time
15 minutes
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Description
We have lots of handouts for teaching advice. This is great for filling a spare fifteen minutes. Covers 'Should', 'If I were you' and more. A quick review, plus a practice exercise that can be done orally, or set as homework.

What advice do your students have for single, balding English teachers? Find out here!

 


 

Title
What should I do in London?
Target Structure
Advice (should etc.)
Level
Lower-intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for practising different ways of giving advice. There's a conversation, grammar practice and discussion. Target structures include: 'Should', 'It's a good idea to', 'How about' and more.

Ideal for lower-intermediate students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

 


 

Title
What should I do in New York?
Target Structure
Advice (should etc.)
Level
Lower-intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is great for practising different ways of giving advice. There's a conversation, grammar practice and discussion. Target structures include: 'Should', 'It's a good idea to', 'How about' and more.

It's ideal for lower-intermediate students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

This worksheet has a conversation about New York. We also have a similar version for London.

 


 

Title
Advice for Presentations
Target Structure
Giving Advice
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Do you have students who need to give presentations - or just speak in front of people?

This worksheet looks at advice for giving better presentations. It teaches *gentle* feedback, with expressions 'you might want to' and 'it it be a good idea to'.

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

For giving presentations, you could pair this worksheet with our worksheet 'The Language of Presentations'.


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