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Taboo speaking games bundle - English vocabulary building games

Taboo speaking games bundle - English vocabulary building games

Playing themed TABOO games in English is one of the best fun ways to get students to speak in complete sentences and learn tons of new vocabulary. Use these games in many ways whether you're teaching literacy circles, vocabulary acquisition, ESL, or if you are looking for fun games to play at parties. This bundle is 25% off and includes 20 games and 700 playing cards. Object of the game: One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can't use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the underlined word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Beginner students should be allowed to use the French TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare -Plot Summary- Reading Comprehension / Vocabulary Worksheet

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare -Plot Summary- Reading Comprehension / Vocabulary Worksheet

This worksheet presents the story of the two tragic lovers, Romeo and Juliet as written by William Shakespeare. The text is suitable for high-elementary, proficient and advanced learners of English in ESL/EFL classes. It is also suited for proficient native students. The worksheet is complemented with Reading Comprehension exercises (Questions, True/False) which evaluate and deepen understanding. The vocabulary exercises (Sentence completion, word search, definition matching) are specially designed to target new vocabulary acquisition related but not excluded to love, gentry, nobility, feud, arguments, exile etc. The worksheet can be completed in-class or assigned as homework.
kntonia
AQA English Literature - Complete approach

AQA English Literature - Complete approach

All of my AQA English Literature resources at GCSE level in one bundle. Covers the following texts: DNA An Inspector Calls Jekyll and Hyde (revision only - not a whole text study) Conflict and Power poetry Unseen poetry The bundle also includes a tracking spreadsheet for GCSE Literature.
streetno9
Winter Write About the Picture {also editable}

Winter Write About the Picture {also editable}

This Winter Write About The Picture has been created for emerging writers, with the goal of enabling students to achieve success with independent writing. Students have been provided with a word bank to help with spelling and encourage ideas for writing. To begin to extend sentences students have also been provided with colour words. They should first colour the picture with the ‘best’ colour, then use the finished coloured picture to enable them to begin to write longer sentences. This is the core of this resource. Teaching Points: • Students will need some prior knowledge of what it means to extend a sentence and the role that adjectives can play in this • Students should be encouraged to use as many colours as possible to colour their pictures I have added some extras to give students and teachers an element of choice- Differentiation: • Alternative handwriting lines • A second bordered page for students who wish to write at length • The photo section provides more difficult vocabulary and could lead more able writers towards a 'what happened next' story writing style, should the teacher wish to lead them in this direction • An editable version of all content has been provided for the teacher to make vocabulary choices. Just type your chosen words in each box! This resource will work equally well as a ‘grab and go’ resource or as a small group activity where students are encouraged to verbalise their sentences first. ********************************************************** CONTENT • Cover/Teacher Notes/Contents SECTION 1 • Color the Pictures • Guided Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 2 • Photo Images • Guided Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 3 • Color the Pictures • Alternative Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 4 • Photo Images • Alternative Handwriting Lines • Extra Writing Template SECTION 5 Editable PDF: as above, but teacher can add own vocabulary {fillable boxes} • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 173 ********************************************************** Teacher's Toolkit Writing
TeachersToolkit
Adjectives and Synonyms for Feelings and Emotions - with pictures

Adjectives and Synonyms for Feelings and Emotions - with pictures

Pictures, adjectives and synonyms for 30 different emotions and feelings. Can be used with ESL/EAL/SEN pupils to develop vocabulary. Also suitable for developing emotional literacy in pupils with ASD/ pragmatic language difficulties. This resource is also brilliant for developing descriptive writing skills in all children aged 8-16.
dotty34
Minibeast puzzles - Insect and bug crossword, word search and more

Minibeast puzzles - Insect and bug crossword, word search and more

A bumper pack of 6 black and white NO PREP differentiated puzzles with picture clues - great for a minibeast project or learning basic invertebrate vocabulary. Fun for EFL/ESL. Includes word search, crossword, missing letters puzzle, word scrambles, mini acrostics and codebreakers. All puzzles are provided in two versions to allow differentiation in the classroom plus a vocabulary handout for reference. Answer keys are included. Easy to use – just print and go. Handy for fast finishers or substitute lessons. The words included in the puzzles are: butterfly, moth, caterpillar, spider, ladybird, beetle, woodlouse, grasshopper, bee, ant, dragonfly, snail, slug, fly, worm and centipede. Pack contents 1. Picture word search – the easier version has both word and picture clues, the other just the pictures. 2. Picture crossword – crossword with picture clues. One version has the first letter of each word already written in the grid for an extra hint. 3. Word scramble: seeing double – 9 word scrambles where the letters are given in picture grids but also include extra letters. Students must first cross out any repeated letters then rearrange the remaining letters to make the names of minibeasts. The easier version also gives a picture of each minibeast as an additional clue. 4. Missing letters puzzle – version one has missing vowels, the other has alternate letters missing. The student matches the answers to the correct picture. 5. Codebreaker – the easier version gives a full key to the letters, whilst the harder one gives only some of the letters and the student must use this information and the pictures to work out the remaining letters. The completed words are matched to the pictures. 6. Mini acrostics with hidden words – two acrostics with picture clues. Students fill in the words across the page to reveal two hidden minibeast words written down the page. One version has the first letter of each word already written in. 7. Vocabulary handout
Leebling
Punctuation marks

Punctuation marks

This grammar-guide contains an explanation of the most common punctuation marks. With examples. And a list of other signs and symbols.
Olynj
Unidentified foreign object paired speaking activity for language classrooms

Unidentified foreign object paired speaking activity for language classrooms

Unidentified foreign object paired speaking activity for language classrooms 10 worksheets for paired speaking activities in any language classroom. Each worksheet displays six images of common objects, animals, insects, etc. Students ask their partners to describe an image on the page. This activity can be used with beginners, intermediate and advanced learners of world languages or in English literacy centers. Instructions are written in English. Great activity for beginners who can put words together using new vocabulary and simple verb conjugations. Advanced level students can use pronouns and higher level grammar and verb tenses. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferprof
Macbeth by William Shakespeare  - Reading Comprehension - Vocabulary Worksheet

Macbeth by William Shakespeare - Reading Comprehension - Vocabulary Worksheet

This 4-page worksheet presents the plot of one of the greatest plays of all time - Macbeth by William Shakespeare. It is suitable for higher elementary and proficient ESL/EFL learners and native students. The teacher evaluates comprehension and students reinforce the acquisition of new knowledge through the completion of questions (multiple choice, question answering). Finally, students expand their lexicon with new vocabulary which is solidified through interesting and fun exercises (complete the sentences, word search, definition matching). The worksheet can be completed as an in-class assignment or handed out as homework.
kntonia