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Type:
A group board game
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in groups of 3-4
Stage:
Free grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Present Perfect Simple
For talking about experiences with the present perfect this is the number one board game on the Internet! We've featured a range of amusing topics and even given the intermediates prompts in which to ask follow-up questions. Guaranteed to raise productive chat.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Upper-Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Future Perfect and Continuous
A classic topic-based 'tell me about' worksheet that gets students using the future perfect and continuous, this is a useful conversation starter with many examples given and easy structures to follow.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Introductions
Focus:
Introductions
Get your introductions done in pairs with this splendid handout that breaks the ice in anxious and nerve-racking introductory sessions at the beginning of a course. A range of basic-level, but engaging questions feature.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Pre-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Passives
Looking for a low-level speaking task that covers the reasons why we use the passive? This great pair or group speaking task involves students describing various objects with the present and past simple passive.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
This, That, These, Those
Behold! This is an excellent grammar speaking practice of those pillars of English; this, that, these, those. One of the hardest grammar areas to find supplementary handouts for, you need only refer to this fun and motivating task to get students discussing 'how expensive is this bag?
Type:
A class mingle activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work together as a whole group, then individually
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Present Simple with He, She, it
Everyone speaks to everyone with this classic class mingle that deals with the third person aspect in the present simple. Time to get the dreaded 'S' sorted out for good with this communicative activity that involves students reporting what they have found out in the class mingle to their partner.
Type:
An individual writing task
Level:
Upper-Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Controlled grammar writing practice
Focus:
Mixed Conditionals
Don't let your students be disheartened by the inconvenient truths behind mixed conditionals. With this structured writing task, students get to complete halves of conditionals that cover both forms of mixed conditionals.
Type:
A pair work activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Focus:
Possessive Adjectives
If you have learners baffled by the difference between 'my' and 'mine', 'its' and 'it's', or if they don't know when to use 'their', employ this productive speaking handout that tasks pairs of students to discuss a range of low-level issues involving possessive adjectives.
Type:
A crossword activity
Level:
Elementary
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
Jobs Vocabulary
An excellent recap or test on jobs. This basic crossword comprises of clues written in the present simple.
Type:
A vocabulary race
Level:
Advanced
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
Dependent Prepositions
For further speaking practice using a wealth of dependent prepositions, this is the perfect solution. A pair work vocabulary race handout, this will get students using the target language at the drop of a hat.
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