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Classroom phrases in English Posters

Classroom phrases in English Posters

Set of 35 illustrated mini-posters. Print on card-stock and laminate. Expressions include: I'm sorry that I'm late. What does ... mean? How do you say ... in English? I don't understand. I forgot. What day is it? What is the date? I lost my homework. What time is it? The dog ate my homework. It's in my locker. Slower please. Excuse me? Could you repeat that please? I have a question. May I go to the washroom please? May I get a tissue? May I open the window? May I get a drink of water? May I sharpen my pencil? How do you spell that? Do we have homework? Which page? I don't know. I have no idea. yes / no / okay Open your books to page ... Turn to page ... Right. / Correct. Wrong. Great! / Wonderful! Be quiet! Sit down please! Take out a sheet of paper! Raise your hand!
jer520
School supplies Mega Connect 4 game

School supplies Mega Connect 4 game

This Connect 4 game is for 2 or 3 players. To win a square, students must correctly identify the school supply. The goal is to get 4 squares in a row, 4 times. Title and score box are in English; everything else is pictures. May be used for any language. Includes: notebook, paper, pen, pencil, book, bookbag, ruler, calculator, scissors, eraser, pencil case, tape, pencil sharpener, stapler. 2 versions; 1 in color and 1 in black and white.
jer520
Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

An elevator speech can be used to introduce yourself, talk about your company, network or pitch an idea. Everyone should have an elevator speech for different situations. It allows you to clearly and concisely get your message across so that others understand you and your intentions. This presentation focuses on using an Elevator Speech in a workplace environment. By the end of the presentation learners will have created and practiced their own elevator speech. Learning Objectives: - Understand what an elevator speech is. - Understand why you need to have an elevator speech. - Learn how to prepare an elevator speech. - Learn how to deliver an elevator speech.
biowriterab
Halloween BoardGame

Halloween BoardGame

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. EACH PLAYER CHOOSES A PIECE AND PUTS IT ON “START” 2. THE YOUNGEST PLAYER GOES FIRST 3. THE PLAYER MOVES BY ROLLING THE DICE 4. THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF BOXES: QUESTION BOX (ANSWER THE QUESTION), MOVE BOX (MOVE FORWARD OR BACKWARDS) AND THE “WILL YOU SURVIVE BOX” (YOU HAVE 30 SECONDS TO DO WHAT THE CARD SAYS TO SURVIVE. IF YOU DON’T, YOU GET A PENALTY).
Olynj
School Subjects for ESL / EFL Students

School Subjects for ESL / EFL Students

This resource introduces 15 school subjects with many fun practice activities. It introduces questions and answers about likes and dislikes as well as opinions/ reasons. It goes on to introduce and practise phrases connected to being good/ bad at subjects as well as talking about favourite subjects. There are pair work speaking activities, reading activities and writing activities. The reading activities include texts with true/false exercises as well as activities with open-ended questions. There is a school timetable that students could replicate and questions to answer about the timetable they see. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint. By the end of the PowerPoint (70 slides) pupils will be able to write a paragraph about their school subjects (likes/dislikes, opinions and so on), either by using a given template or by prompts. There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document.
cgazzal
School objects Connect the dots Squares game

School objects Connect the dots Squares game

This is a partner activity. Students take turns identifying school objects and then connecting them if correct. The goal is to complete as many squares as possible. Uses the vocabulary for: calculator, notebook, book, ruler, eraser, pen, pencil, book bag, desk, scissors, clock, pencil case, chalkboard, paper, pencil sharpener. Good for any language.
jer520
Workplace Diversity - Supervising across Language Barriers

Workplace Diversity - Supervising across Language Barriers

This is a 20 slide powerpoint presentation that tackles the subject of Workplace Diversity. Our workplaces are made up of many different races, cultures and languages. This often creates communication problems that slow down production, cause misunderstandings and generally can create a divided workforce if issues are not addressed. There is an editable ppt file and a pdf. This powerpoint is for Supervisors and Managers that work in such an environment. It contains practical advice for dealing with language issues in particular. Topics covered: Definition Manager’s responsibilities The employee’s perspective Use clear english Other ways to bridge the gap Assess understanding
biowriterab
Chain Reaсtion

Chain Reaсtion

You cut out the cards (laminate them for stronger hold) and pass one for each student. When teacher says "Hello" the chain reaction starts. The students must listen and carry out the task given to them on the card. They cannot carry out their task until the previous is done by the former student.
Olynj
Chain Reaсtion - A game for the classroom

Chain Reaсtion - A game for the classroom

You cut out the cards (laminate them for stronger hold) and pass one for each student. When teacher says "Hello" the chain reaction starts. The students must listen and carry out the task given to them on the card. They cannot carry out their task until the previous is done by the former student.
Olynj
THE BASIC ENGLISH A -Z OF ANIMALS

THE BASIC ENGLISH A -Z OF ANIMALS

This resource is intended for students learning English as a second language. There is a dictionary of animals with pictures to help the students. There are some fun exercises to encourage students to remember the names of animals. There is a word search, a crossword, an exercise with the sounds that animals make, a fill-in exercise and an exercise for students to work out what animals are being described. Students should enjoy this workbook.
marycottle
Argumentative Essay Template (Step-by-Step Guide)

Argumentative Essay Template (Step-by-Step Guide)

DESCRIPTION: This is a colorful step-by-step template on how to write the conventional 6-paragraph argumentative essay. The STEPS in this template will guide students to construct their sentences according to the different stages when writing an argumentative essay. This template can be used along with the Step-by-Step Guide on how to Write an Argumentative Essay which is also provided in my resource compilation GROUP: This template is suitable for students who are just beginning to learn on how to write an argumentative essay. PERSONALTESTIMONY: I use STEPS for writing an argumentative essay in my academic writing course. The step-by-step guide and template are practical when students are composing their work in class, preparing a take-home argumentative essay assignment, and also when they are revising for their final examination
Zuraiyni