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
Sunday, March 19, 2017
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
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?'|
* Teach This (Quantifier-race) (Oral exercise)
* 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!