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EAL: Food From Around The World

EAL: Food From Around The World

Simple PPT activity to help students associate food with different parts of the world. Can be done as a whole class or in teams with competing against each other. Each food picture appears on a mouse click, likewise the the flag and country appears on a mouse click.
george_mc
English speaking competition - describe a picture, role play, give a speech

English speaking competition - describe a picture, role play, give a speech

A ready to go speaking competition for English language learners. Describe one of ten pictures, take part in a role play and give a short speech. Divided into 3 rounds. In the first round, up to ten competitors will describe a picture. Judges will choose up to eight competitors to continue to round 2. In round two, competitors will participate in a role play with a partner, based on a given scenario. Judges will choose up to 3 competitors for the final round. In the final round, each competitor will give a talk on the chosen topic. Judges will choose a winner. Use this as a whole school competition (10 competitors) or simply as a class activity.
Tigerlearn
Pair role plays and speaking topics for ESL EAL EFL English learners for practice or competition

Pair role plays and speaking topics for ESL EAL EFL English learners for practice or competition

PPT containing 4 pair role play scenarios and 3 speaking topics for English learners to build their confidence in speaking in real life scenarios and presenting their ideas. The PPT would work well either in class as activities for speaking practice or as the basis of an English speaking competition. Contains 4 scenarios for two-person role plays and 3 topics for individuals to state their views, along with two selector slides to allow for easy navigation around the PPT.
Tigerlearn
Bucket Lists

Bucket Lists

This lesson was designed for my Chinese ESL students, who are in Senior High in Year 10. Learning Objectives include learning what ‘idioms’ are, identifying the difference between figurative and literal, learning the idiom ‘to kick the bucket’, understanding what ‘bucket lists’ are, and practicing vocabulary via a word game. PowerPoint and Lesson Plan both included :)
meshalinigovender
A Trip to the Zoo

A Trip to the Zoo

A Trip to the Zoo Walk around a zoo. See the animals. Learn the names. Load show onto school server. Let the pupils visit te animals and research the names of the animals. How the pupils record the names is up to you. How much detail the pupils learn as to the animal names is up to you too.
martinpk
Traffic Sentence Boards.

Traffic Sentence Boards.

10 mats each with a different sentence and picture about traffic offering an opportunity to read, match, cut, stick and color. (fonts: CCW Cursive Outline 1 required).
butterbeans65
Modes of transport sentence building using colourful semantics

Modes of transport sentence building using colourful semantics

Use colourful semantics to describe modes of transport and their movement style. 3 levels of sentence building. UK and US versions of colour/color included in folder 2 KEY WORD: WHAT? (noun/type of transport) WHERE? (place) 3 KEY WORD: WHAT? IS DOING? (Verb, how the transport moves) WHERE? 4 KEY WORD: COLOUR/COLOR?, WHAT? IS DOING? WHERE? BONUS: Writing sheets with multi level writing options. . Includes symbols with both full colour and white background with coloured borders. Information page is provided on how to use the colourful semantics system. *Colorful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colorful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets/taskcards are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Giving  directions

Giving directions

This is a pair work activity that can be used with the cards or without them. If you use the cards, one of the students will read the sentences giving the directions and the other student will try to guess the name of the public place from the main card.
Olynj
Giving directions

Giving directions

This is a pair work activity that can be used with the cards or without them. If you use the cards, one of the students will read the sentences giving the directions and the other student will try to guess the name of the public place from the main card.
Olynj
Cambridge English - B2 First (FCE) 6 Sample Speaking Tests

Cambridge English - B2 First (FCE) 6 Sample Speaking Tests

6 full sample speaking tests for students to practise the B2 First (FCE) speaking exam, revised 2015. These sample speaking tests have been created using sample papers from http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/first/ and from my own experience of teaching the exams. All work is my own and all pictures are copyright free (from pexels.com and pixabay.com). A free sample of the booklet is also available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cambridge-english-b2-first-fce-sample-speaking-test-11879746
katelanguages
Free sample - Cambridge English - B2 First (FCE) Sample Speaking Test

Free sample - Cambridge English - B2 First (FCE) Sample Speaking Test

A full sample speaking test for students to practise the B2 First (FCE) speaking exam, revised 2015. The sample speaking test has been created using sample papers from http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/first/ and from my own experience of teaching the exams. All work is my own and all pictures are copyright free (from pexels.com and pixabay.com). A booklet with 6 sample speaking tests is also available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cambridge-english-b2-first-fce-6-sample-speaking-tests-11879772
katelanguages