19 page review of all grammar and vocabulary at the A1 level. This can be used as a teacher guide or as a review for your student. So both can check and see if all important points have been covered and learned. Illustrated throughout. Editable. Add your own vocabulary or grammar. Corrected the Mexicans speaking Mexican. :)
I created this game to give the usual can or can’t lesson a funny twist. I had a lot of games and material and exercises with various can or can’t sentences, so I picked some out and gathered them together on this grid. Print the grid and cut it out, put it in a bag and get the students to pick one each. You can either get them to do it themselves and “prove” to the class that they actually can do what the slip of paper they picked says, or you c...
Exercises to practice/reinforce the use of CAN/CAN´T for ability. It can also be used as homework. Page 2 has the black and white version. Page 3 has the answers. IT WAS FIRST PUBLISHED BY MYSELF IN THE ESLPRINTABLES WEBSITE IN MAY 2011.
Here's a boardgame + 45 cards to play with your students. There are mixed questions but you can of course change them in a way that it'll suit your students level. The boardgame is also fully editable. Includes the instructions how to play the game. I hope it's useful for some of you.
Your students have to answer "Can you?" questions. I tried to write questions that are a little bit out of the ordinary, e.g. Can you teach a monkey to tell the time?, Can you rap?, etc. First, they answer with a short “Yes, I can” or “Yes, I can.” Then they tell their partner a bit more, e.g. “I can dance, but in my own style.” See sample answers for each question on Page 2. With elementary speakers, just omit the long answers and stay focused o...
Was and were chart. Fill in missing words on second chart. Then fill in was or were in the sentences- in the correct form on the dotted lines. There are often more lines than needed. Read about the pirates getting ready for an adventure.