Grammar-based ´Getting to know you´ worksheet aimed at practising the use of correct wh-question words, speaking, listening, asking for clarification, asking to repeat, note-taking and short presentations or talking in front of the class. Fully editable, printer-friendly colours (background colour does not print) and plain vanilla version (without any colour or clip art) included on 2nd page. Answer key provided.
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It's a game to practice the simple present using daily activities as vocabulary. My students liked it so much. It's very simple to play. The teacher choose one student that will begin. After, the others students will add their cards according to the picture or the sentence. The first student that put all his/her cards in the game wins!
I hope you like it!
Whole page with prompts for speaking practice - can be used for either introducing oneself to the whole group or as an interview exercise. This worksheet can be used as a whole class activity: give students some time to prepare their answers. Then can can individually introduce themselves to the whole class. Alternatively, they can make up all the information and use it for a pair work interview. This worksheet comes in both colour and b/w.
This is a conversation game / roleplay for elementary to lower intermediate students. Practise simple present QUESTIONS and ANSWERS. Set of 30 CHARACTER CARDS. *** Yesterday at 10:00 pm there was a robbery in the Bank in Central Lane. The police was called immediately to investigate the crime scene and found some evidence. It had snowed yesterday there were footprints on the ground in the snow... *** Tell your students to go round the class and a...
Fill in the sentences with the correct form (past simple) of the appropriate verb, and then match the sentences to the pictures. These two tasks help the ss to practice this grammar. Hope you find it useful. Hugs, Zsuzsapszi
This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and a vocabulary bank with world foods (and some pictures). The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (elementary to intermediate).