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Occupations (Jobs) - A Printable Worksheet

Occupations (Jobs) - A Printable Worksheet

Vocabulary Follows : Sailor – Vet – Actress – Butcher – Student – Doctor – Farmer – Soldier – Mechanic – Firefighter – Dentist – Actor – Architect – Teacher – Cook – Astronaut – Policeman – Nurse – Businessman – Hairdresser – Baker – Pilot – Carpenter – Secretary - Artist
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IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource

IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource

IELTS Vocabulary and Lexical Resource https://www.ieltspodcast.com/ielts-vocabulary/lexical-resource/ IELTS Vocabulary means using a more academic style and word choice (Lexical Resource) when writing your essay. Using Topic Specific Vocabulary, collocations and words from the Academic Word List will help considerably. This lesson focuses on what to learn, the importance of context, and how to learn / memorise these new terms so you can improve your writing. Topic Specific Vocabulary The best vocabulary to score in IELTS is Topic Specific Vocabulary – a vocabulary that focuses on one topic. In this article we will give you plenty of detailed explanations, tips, examples and resources for practice on this subject. Topic Specific Vocabulary also contains lots of collocations, so you can expect a thorough explanation on what they are and how to use them. What is a collocation? A collocation is a group of words that has an above average possibility of being found together. Using collocations in your writing and speaking helps to make your language sound more natural and fluent. This in turn makes your skills higher and gets you better scoring in essays. What is the best way to learn Topic Specific Collocations? The best way is to learn Topic Specific Collocations is to look for them being used in context, in their natural environment. Each topic below contains a list of collocations, a sample band 9 essay in a gap fill exercise.
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How to write an opinion essay

How to write an opinion essay

With this Prezi presentation, students will recall how to write an opinion essay: outline, structure, content organization and tips to follow during the writing process. The topics suggested are 'How can we promote non-violence in our everyday life', 'Is forgiveness always possible?' and 'Is violence contagious?', but you can use this writing aid with any topic.
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Human Rights Bundle

Human Rights Bundle

Human Rights Bundle Get 50% off with code INNOVATE enter @ checkout! Here is a selection of all resources you'll need for Human Rights day on 10th December. Resources include: Assembly & Tutor Time : Human Rights: This resource pack contains + 1x Assembly and 1 x tutor time PPT that can extend over two sessions . All PowerPoints are fully resourced with YouTube links and activities to discuss the topic in question. Assembly pack contains a PPT (10 Slides) and a handout for you to make notes on each slide should you so wish. The assembly introduces pupils to human rights and the origins of the Un declaration . It includes a link to a YouTube clip educating them on this. This resource includes inspirational quote and an OPTIONAL Christian prayer. Tutor Time pack contains 1 x Fully Resourced PPT (15 slides in total) Worksheets (7 A4 sheets) The Topics to be discussed are: What are human rights? The origins of human rights, a diamond 9 activity and a discussion on the most important human rights The resource booklet to accompany this pack contains a blank learning mat for pupils to take notes on the topic discussions and clips that they will watch. Human Rights: This is a 1 hour fully resourced lesson on Human Rights.This Human Rights Lesson pack contains: A PPT (15 slides) and a peer assessment handout (12 sheets). Activities include: Starter Task: A Thinking Skills questions-on human rights. Task 1: Pupils are discuss the rights of a human being. Task 2: Pupils are taken through the concept of human rights. Task 3: Pupils will need to write as many questions using the 5W sheet as the an think of and then use the interactive 5W generator to discuss these questions. Task 4: Pupils should then watch the YouTube clip and fill in the second 5 w sheet with answers to the questions discussed and any information from the clip that they deem important. Task 5: Pupils should read the UN Declaration of Human Rights (2 versions included depending on ability) and highlight any key points. Task 6: In pairs or groups pupils should come up with their own 10 declaration for human rights. Homework: Pick a current issue that is in the news. Report on which human rights aren’t being followed and why. Also state what could be done to combat this. Exit task/Plenary: Choose a representative to speak to the UN on behalf of your group to deliver your 10 Human Rights. Human Rights Debate Generator: This is a FULLY INTERACTIVE resource that has been professionally designed to spark debate surrounding the United Nations Declaration for Human Rights. Included in this resource is a worksheet that pupils can either use to formulate questions that have been generated by the Debate Generator or to write bullet pointed answers. It is suggested that these be printed as A3 handouts. The PPT slide can be copied and pasted into any lesson or can be used a s a stand alone resource. Click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process. The prompts in green are the easier words, the colours will vary as the prompts get harder (from green, to yellow, orange or red). The red prompts are the most difficult questions to answer/formulate. There are 16 different human rights in the selector that have been summarised from the United Nations declaration of Human Rights which contain 30. Random Name Generator: This is a fun way to ensure pupil participation in lessons. The PowerPoint is completely editable. It has space to up to 35 pupil names. Pupils names can be added to each slide and once in presentation mode, click anywhere on slide two and a name will be generated. N.B. the same pupil can be selected more than once on this presentation. Fun Hand Timer: his is a fun countdown timer that can be used as a time management tool in any lesson. You have a choice between two different hand styles and can easily alter the timing between 1-5 minutes 2 or 5 minutes. Simply delete a hand (this takes away a minute at a time. The timings can easily be altered in the animation pane to make the timer shorter or longer should you so wish. Each hand style can be added to your own slides and displayed in the right hand corner if you so wish! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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An Inspector Calls – The Story  by J. B. Priestley - Reading Comprehension Text

An Inspector Calls – The Story by J. B. Priestley - Reading Comprehension Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper intermediate to proficient ESL learners. The text gives a summary of J. B. Priestley's play "An Inspector Calls" that explores love, morals and infidelity in the materialistic culture of the 1910s. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: comprehension questions, True or False exercises, a gap filling exercise and a character match exercise. After completeing the exercises, students are given questions on materialism to answer in class. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. Please note that a full answer key is included.
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'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language

'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point picture presentation lesson bundle, looks at how to use ‘going to’. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement, negative statement and question is constructed. There are substitution tables to help elicit new sentence ideas and verbs and proposed class speaking activities with tips on pronunciation. Hope these are useful and your students enjoy them. Thank you for considering my resources. MissMollyMop
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‘Going to’ to ask simple yes no questionsA2 level English as a Second Language pp picture presentat

‘Going to’ to ask simple yes no questionsA2 level English as a Second Language pp picture presentat

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to ask simple yes no questions. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ question and statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new questions and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ New Year Resolutions ‘going to’ Negative ‘Not going to’ ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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‘Going to’ to express the future in negative statements A2 level English

‘Going to’ to express the future in negative statements A2 level English

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express the future in negative statements. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ New Year Resolutions ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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'Going to' Auxiliary Verb with New Year Resolutions A2 presentation and activity

'Going to' Auxiliary Verb with New Year Resolutions A2 presentation and activity

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express New Year Resolutions. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar power point picture presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ Negative ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ Statements MissMollyMop
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'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation

'Going to' A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation

This A2 level English as a Second Language power point presentation lesson, looks at how to use ‘going to’ to express what you have decided to do in the future. It breaks down simple statements into colourful grammatical pieces to help better understand how a ‘going to’ statement is constructed. There is a substitution table to help elicit new sentences and proposed class speaking activity with tips on pronunciation. Hope this is useful and your students enjoy it. Thank you for considering my resource. If this has proved useful and you would like to explore ‘going to’ further I have other similar pp presentations on ‘going to’ including:- ‘going to’ Negative ‘going to’ Simple question form ‘going to’ New Year’s resolutions MissMollyMop
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Human Rights Debate Generator

Human Rights Debate Generator

Human Rights Debate Generator This is a FULLY INTERACTIVE resource that has been professionally designed to spark debate surrounding the United Nations Declaration for Human Rights. Included in this resource is a worksheet that pupils can either use to formulate questions that have been generated by the Debate Generator or to write bullet pointed answers. It is suggested that these be printed as A3 handouts. The PPT slide can be copied and pasted into any lesson or can be used a s a stand alone resource. Click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process. The prompts in green are the easier words, the colours will vary as the prompts get harder (from green, to yellow, orange or red). The red prompts are the most difficult questions to answer/formulate. There are 16 different human rights in the selector that have been summarised from the United Nations declaration of Human Rights which contain 30. If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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