High school English language learning resources: relationships

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144 ESL IELTS Discussion Questions

144 ESL IELTS Discussion Questions

A great way to open up ESL students to discuss a range of questions, they can choose from 8 different types of questions, before being presented with 24 numbers. Then they randomly select a question. It is a great way to have students practice questions, that they might well encounter in part one of an IELTS exam. Also it is a good way to open up the class for discussions on issues that they should be comfortable with.

By xiguaenglish

Merchant of Venice Themes of Justice, Fairness and Equality

Merchant of Venice Themes of Justice, Fairness and Equality

Theme questions are popular on all exams. What better way to prepare your students than using a week's worth of material. Students will have the opportunity to improve their speaking and listening skills through discussion of the central issues of the play. Working on P.Q.E paragraphs will see student essays improve over time. Save time and money by downloading the bundle offer today!

By LouiseBDaly

The Merchant of Venice - L3 -The World of the Text - New Setting

The Merchant of Venice - L3 -The World of the Text - New Setting

What better way to have your students consider key themes in the play than have them consider an alternative location to set the play. This Power Point includes sentence starts to aid less able students. Don't forget, there's a bundle of resources available on 'The World of the Text.' These can be easily adapted to suit any text should you wish your students to consider the world of the text in greater depth.

By LouiseBDaly

Playing for the Team.  A resource for EAL/D Middle Years students.

Playing for the Team. A resource for EAL/D Middle Years students.

EAL/D Bundle for teachers of Middle Years students. The resources in this bundle have been prepared for EAL/D students with personal backgrounds where limited literacy is common. These materials also are appropriate for EAL/D students from literate backgrounds and for mainstream students aged 11 - 14 in need of additional literacy support. The focus of these resources is the story, ‘Playing for the Team’. This is an original story presented in three different versions. Version 1 is the simplest form of the story, whilst the ideas, language and vocabulary of Version 3 are more complex and sophisticated. The key objective addressed in these resources is student competency in reading for meaning, and understanding how reading comprehension ‘works’ within three levels; literal, inferential, reflective (also known as evaluative). Supporting materials include a suggested teaching sequence for a series of lessons, explicit teaching strategies and notes for teachers. Resources for students include learning activities on vocabulary, story sequence, read & retell strategies and three levels of comprehension.

By robynocon

'Playing for the Team'. A story to support the learning of Reading Comprehension for EAL/D students.

'Playing for the Team'. A story to support the learning of Reading Comprehension for EAL/D students.

'Playing for the Team' is a story presented in three different, but related versions. Version 1 is a simple story about a football team. The code is not identified, so students with an interest in any form of football should find interest in the story. Version 3 contains the most sophisticated language and is the most complex version of 'Playing for the Team'. The story supports explicit teaching strategies for teaching working with EAL/D students as they learn about three levels of reading comprehension. Related resources and targeted student work-pages are included in additional resources also with the title, 'Playing for the Team'.

By robynocon

Conversation Cards

Conversation Cards

This is a set of cards with questions for conversation. You can create many activities using them or simply have students answer the questions in each card.

By Olynj

Father´s Day in the UK + Father´s Day Quiz

Father´s Day in the UK + Father´s Day Quiz

Students read about Father´s Day in the UK (celebrated in June) and do 4 exercises: multiple choice, True/false/ answering questions and finding references. You can ask them if Father´s Day in their countries is similar to/ different from Father´s Day in the UK and how similar/different. Hope you students enjoy it. Have a wonderful Father´s Day! Then students do the quiz to find out how much they know about this festivity. KEY included.

By Olynj

Family: Vocabulary, Pair work, Discussion

Family: Vocabulary, Pair work, Discussion

This two-page worksheet starts with easier tasks focused on the topic of family and continues with more complex discussion/dialogue about the differences in families, and family traditions. It covers levels A2-B1.

By Albacker

GROWING UP bundle - x3 workbooklets

GROWING UP bundle - x3 workbooklets

FRIENDSHIPS, RELATIONSHIPS, CONVERSATIONS - three workbooklets. The GROWING UP bundle are an important topics. We all experience different feelings and relationships and each workbooklet is a start to think about growing up for each student. We all have a range of different friends that we interact with and need to be aware of different relationships and conversations we can have. Sometimes it is good to appreciate what being a good friend is and how we can improve friendships. Each workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed.

By supportedlearning

GROWING UP (3) - TALKING & CONVERSATIONS workbooklet

GROWING UP (3) - TALKING & CONVERSATIONS workbooklet

GROWING UP (3) - TALKING & CONVERSATIONS workbooklet is 11 pages full of interesting tasks, ideas, research about friendships and growing up. GROWING UP is an important topic that can be different for everyone. We all experience different feelings and relationships and this workbooklet is a start to think about growing up for each student. Having a conversation is a skill that we often need to practice to make sure people feel valued and listened to. Conversations are important ways to find out information about people, to share stories and ideas and is a part of a relationship that can make you smile and laugh! This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also GROWING UP (1) - FRIENDSHIPS and GROWING UP (2) - RELATIONSHIPS With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many student will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.

By supportedlearning