This worksheet contains 18 conversation cards and a matching exercise. The cards can be cut out if desired and be used as conversation questions. Can be used with both young learners and adults (pre-int to upper-intermediate). Suitable for teens, university students and adults. I usually cut up the questions and put them in the middle of the table. Students take a question in turn and read it aloud, so the others need to listen carefully and the ...
Students read about some of the most famous sights and write what they are called. Then match the pictures to their names. It is one more way to learn about this city, as we are preparing for a competition. Hope it may be useful for you.
Level: Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2) Vocabulary: London
I prepared some powerpoints about London. You can find them (10 parts) here. The first one is here: http://en.islcollective.com/worksheets/worksheet_page?id=12719
After watching the powerpoints you can use this worksheet to remember the places. Choose the word from the box and write under the correct picture