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Type:
A class mingle activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
25 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work individually then as a whole group
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Have Got
This low level 'find someone who' handout focuses students' learning on 'have got' and everyday objects. Students write questions with 'have got' and the objects, later asking and answering questions, practising have got as a result.
Type:
An individual writing task
Level:
Starter
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Focus:
Prepositions of Place
Maps and directions form the theme of this writing task using prepositions of place. Students complete short descriptions of places from a map of Canterbury, England.
Type:
A group board game
Level:
IELTS
Time:
15-20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in groups of 3-4
Stage:
Language speaking practice
Focus:
Linking Words
This linking words board game is great for improving students' use of extended speech. Students play a fun 'talk for a minute' board game and choose linking words at the roll of a dice.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
Past Simple Irregular Verbs
Perhaps you have just broken to everybody that many of the most important verbs in the past simple positive are irregular. Well, this vocabulary handout gets students practising this, and is grounded in solid methodology, requiring students to differentiate them with the past simple negative (which uses the infinitive).
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Upper-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Cleft Sentences
What it is that makes this handout so great is the focus on accuracy and pair correction that works so well with autonomous students at this level. The task involves students rephrasing easy and difficult sentences using cleft sentences.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Imperatives
If you want to practise imperatives beyond the limitations of 'Simon Says' use this great handout that actually gets students using imperatives themselves. The emphasis is on accuracy here, with students correcting (obvious) mistakes in selected imperatives.
Type:
A group taboo game
Level:
Business
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in groups of 4 with 2 teams of 2
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Business English Vocabulary
Business English doesn't have to be dreary or dull and this fun speaking activity focusing on general business vocabulary proves it. In the form of the popular game taboo, two teams of two players must explain words to their opponents without saying three pieces of key vocabulary.
Type:
A pronunciation activity
Level:
Starter
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Pronunciation
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Pronunciation practice
Focus:
/u:/, /ʌ/ and /ʊ/
For a maze that introduces three of the sounds commonly used with the letter 'u', this pronunciation handout makes great sense. Grant as much autonomy as you like with this fun activity practising the difference between /ʊ/ /ʌ/ /u:/.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Possessive Pronouns
If students are overwhelmed by pronoun tables, then this handout has a lot to offer. Students read out loud and correct sentences together that contain obvious pronoun mistakes. The answers are given, allowing students to pair check.
Type:
An individual writing task
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Focus:
Defining Relative Pronouns
This definition-writing sheet is perfect for introducing this fluency-related grammar at this level. Students complete the missing definitions of everyday items with a defining relative pronoun and their own knowledge.
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