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The history of rap

The history of rap

Reading on the history of rap. The comprehension activities include synonyms, true / false, answering questions. The grammar exercises include if clauses (type 1 and 2), relative clauses, passive voice and reported speech (rephrasing). There is also a writing activity about the students´ likes and dislikes concerning types of music and singers / bands.
Olynj
level 1 - ENGINEERS – Metal

level 1 - ENGINEERS – Metal

LEVEL 1 for TES Story 4. ENGINEERS – Metal Little Cam wonders where metal come from so decided to ask uncle Bearing. 15 pages For full information see also !About Author and Book Listings!
tonyonthemoon
Sentence structure: from subject to conditional!

Sentence structure: from subject to conditional!

This is a resource for almost any English teacher but particularly for Second Language educators. It got a little bit away from me-I kept adding more and more ppts! It started out with a focus on producing accurate compound and complex sentences but slowly morped into a multi-level and multi-lesson teaching tool. For those using Cambridge or Oxford AQA I think this would be very useful but again, any English teacher could chop and change the content to fit their lesson requirements. The content covers everything from "What is a subject?", to 3 examples of conditional sentences. The ppt's look at basic sentence structure and clauses before moving on to types of sentences (simple, compound etc.) , sentence purpose (declarative etc.) . There are 3 sets of exercises (Q & A) tied to the content while many of the ppt's are interactive i.e. designed it such a way as to set questions and hopefully generate responses from the students. I think this is a strong set of teaching materials and I have received a very strong positive response from teaching colleagues who have seen and used these materials.
rob67