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Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Confusing Verbs
Some verbs in English are just plain confusing. Take for example 'bring' and 'take', or 'lie' and 'lay', or even 'make' and 'do'. No longer need these be a grey area in your students' English. Sort out sixteen pairs of confusing verbs with this great speaking activity.
Type:
A split crossword activity
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Sport Vocabulary
At this level, students are expected to know sport in more detail than just the names of separate events. This descriptive vocabulary revision game tests students' ability to describe things such as 'referee', 'court', 'retire' etc.
Type:
A topical lead-in
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
World Cup
Use this exciting lead-in specific to South Africa's 2010 World Cup that features a range of timeless images taken from the tournament which students have to do their best to explain the meaning behind.
Type:
A topical lead-in
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
10 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Lead-in
Focus:
World Cup
Start your World Cup themed intermediate lesson with this personal discussion intro on experiences and feelings towards the tournament everyone is watching Summer 2010.
Type:
A crossword activity
Level:
Intermediate
Time:
20 minutes
Skill:
Writing
Work:
Students work individually
Stage:
Vocabulary writing practice
Focus:
World Cup
Lots of great words and trivia are contained in this enjoyable vocabulary worksheet on the World Cup, past and present. Useful for intermediate or above, enliven your World Cup lesson with this taxing crossword.
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:
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:
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 vocabulary race
Level:
Upper-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in pairs
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Materials Vocabulary
Crikey! How did we find so many materials to include on this vocabulary quiz handout? Well, if you're teaching words such as 'leather', 'steel', and 'rubber', you'll find this handout a great way to add more detail on an area useful for higher-level learners.
Type:
A vocabulary challenge
Level:
Upper-Intermediate
Time:
15 minutes
Skill:
Speaking
Work:
Students work in groups of 3
Stage:
Vocabulary speaking practice
Focus:
Antonyms
Antonyms or opposites is a great threesome speaking handout that challenges upper-level students to recite opposites of obvious and subtle words in a chain-like discourse. Features two games to make it worth your while cutting it up.
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