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106 FREE ESL Debate worksheets

  • By zailda
    A worksheet with a short text + 5 tasks, including questions and writing to develop the students’ comprehension and ability to develop their ideas. The worksheet can be used as a starting point for a conversation class about luck and the students’ beliefs about it, ways to prevent bad things from happening, how a person can organize himself in order to avoid bad surprises, etc. The aim of the ws is to encourage students to express their ideas wri...

  • By zailda
    Cards + worksheet = lots of fun. The students will play cards and learn at the same time. The worksheet contains 4 pages with questions and the instructions for the game are on the 5th page. The ws is completely editable / correctable, hope it’s useful. Thanks for downloading and have a nice day!

  • By Kameza
    A worksheet that I designed based on different definitions on what does it make a succesful person

  • By juliangilbert
    speaking practice using modal verbs - should/shouldn't/ought to/must/mustn't/could etc

  • By cseresznye
    A list of expressions one can use to start to phrase his or her opinion on any issue.

  • By martiniana
    It\'s an excellent way to make students read and then make comments and/or re-tell usinng their own words

  • By PhilipR
    This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards, a matching exercise with pictures and a quotes box. The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (pre-intermediate to upper-intermediate).

  • By PhilipR
    Imaginative reading comprehension worksheet that makes reading (and writing) FUN. It is possible to use this ws as a starting point for conversation or discussion as well. Teacher Notes included.

  • By Melanie
    This is a worksheet with some useful expressions to give one's opinion. Based on an exercise from New Headway Intermediate.

  • By mft
    Sts are given a list of verbs connected with daily routine and they have to translate them into their own language. Then they complete a text with the verbs in the simple present. Finally they have to write about their own daily routine at weekends.

  • By Errie
    Great gamebaord to brush up your students vocabulary. Sts have to choose a card with ten words on it. They throw a dice and move over the board (any direction is allowed). The aim is to collect all ten words from their list. The first one who collect all of 'em is the winner. At the end, sts have to choose 2/3 words and start a conversation with the other players. I hope it's useful for some of you out there.

  • By akayabrahim
    2 page activity about the meaning of frienship. a good reading and writing activity. students are required at the end to write thier personal definition of true friendship. enjoy it


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