Sunday, April 30, 2017

Let's practise PET (B1) and FCE (B2) Speaking Paper Part 1

Hi, there!!!;

Here we go again! As you well know, PET means Preliminary English Test (B1) whereas FCE refers to Fisrt Certificate Enlgish (B2). Today, let's focus on SPEAKING PAPER PART 1, both tests are quite similar in this part of the official exam.

So, at the very beginning, in the Speaking Paper Part 1 from both tests (PET and FCE), the candidates will be asked about themselves, they will give personal information, talk about past experiences, present job, studies, where they live, future plans, etc. Now, click on: pet-and-fce-speaking-paper-part-1 to see all the questions. If you need to see some possible answers, just click HERE.

Would you like to watch some real examples?

I hope you'll pass your coming exam;)

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Health and illness Vocabulary

Hi, there!!!, 
'Have you ever had chicken pox?', asked the doctor.

Do you know what? It's not the same to say in English: 'I've broken my leg' , to say 'Break your leg'. So, the first means: 'I was running when I stumbled on a log, fell down and broke my leg"; whereas the second one means: 'Good Luck'

Therefore, today I'd like to show you how I usually introduce and work with this vocabulary Health and Illness (English Plus 2, Student's Book for 2ºESO) with my students

Firstly, I just show them the new vocabulary using these worksheets and mime the different situations. Then, I ask them to do the following activities in pairs, I need them to get familiar with the vocabulary (how to write these new words, their meanings, their pronunciation, ... and so on). If you want to see the activities, click on:

After that, I love ROLE PLAYS!!! So, I can use the following worksheet and also this link:bogglesworldesl- doctor_roleplay, and later, I ask my students to create their own dialogues in pairs. 

Needless to say, I help them with the expressions and I always encourage them to speak up!, since it's the best way to learn the target language ;-) Of course, when they feel involved in the process of learning, it's quite easy for them and for me!

I hope you'll like this post and good luck (or I'd better say: BREAK YOUR LEG! ;)

Monday, April 17, 2017

1º ESO - Mosaic 1 - Unit 7 Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!,

Actions speak louder than words
So, don't waste time and let's review Unit 7, click on:

Mosaic 1- Unit 7 *

Mosaic 1 - Unit 7 **
After doing these execirses from the worksheet, you can play in class and spot the 6 differences between these pictures. Are you ready?

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Past Simple (Regular Verbs)

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Until now, we have learned and practised Past Simple (Regular Verbs) with young learners. So, let's see the following pictures and links to become 'experts' on Past Simple!

Past Simple (Regular Verbs) + worksheet_answers
Past Simple (Regular Verbs) 2 + worksheet_answers
islcollective-regular verbs

Sunday, March 19, 2017

ODD ONE OUT Worksheets

Hi, there!!!, 

I hope everyone will be ok! Today, let's speak English using Odd One Out Worksheets. I love them to review vocabulary and have fun in class, I always divide my students into different teams, Igive them the worksheet, they work all together and then, there's a kind of competition in the correction. Once again, learning English is fun!

Now, let's click on the following links to get the Odd One Out Worksheets. Needless to say, you can create your own ones to review vocabulary from their Student's Book. It's up to you!

funenglishgames (odd one out) - for young learners.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Let's speak using CounTaBle and UNcountaBle Nouns

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Last week, we were talking about Countable and Uncountable Nouns. So, today we can use them in the following speaking activities. Ready, steady, go!!!

ORAL TASK: The teacher can ask the students to work in pairs. Then, they are given this picture. So, try to asnwer the question: 'What can you see?' and don't forget to use: there is, there are, some, any, few. litlle, ... a packet of, a bar of, plenty of, ...

Oral Activity: 'What can you see?'


* For intermediate students, you can divide them into groups of four people. They have to organise a birthday party, what do they need? They have to write the shopping list and don't forget to use quantifiers. (Writing and speaking activity)

Learning English is always fun!
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