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3 page worksheet. Where I teach there is a continual problem with the use of 'I am' and 'I have', etc. with adult students. So now I am also teaching children I'm addressing this early! Here is the story of Morris the monster and his pet dragon, Dennis! It is very simple and helps children to use contractions. Hope you find it useful!
Level: Beginner (pre-A1)
Student Type: kindergarten, elementary school
A comprehensive teaching tool and worksheet which I have put together after quite bit of research! Learning contractions can be a bit daunting for students, so it finishes with 'a bit of fun', looking at the double contractions in English! My students seem to like it; I hope yours do.
Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1), Proficient (C2)
Student Type: adult, high school, business/professional
Ss mostly practise writing skills while adding missing apostrophes and capital letters. In the postcard you can find Present Simple and Continuous, Simple Past and Present Perfect.
The key included.
Level: Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student Type: adult, elementary school, high school, business/professional
A postcard with two exercises: using contractions and answering some questions . Be going to-form used in the postcard.
Level: Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
Student Type: elementary school, high school
Print out the card and put them on the table/floor face down. The students have pick 2 cards and if the cards match the contraction and the 2 words they are contracting they keep the cards. The person with the most cards wins!
Level: Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
Student Type: adult, kindergarten, elementary school, high school, business/professional
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