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ESL Present Perfect Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Present Perfect Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Present Perfect Progressive to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 7 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Present Perfect vs Past Simple - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Present Perfect vs Past Simple - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Present Perfect and Past Simple to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 7 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Progressive to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! After reading the examples, students compare and contrast these two tenses and work out the rule and then practice it, doing the exercises. The presentation is full of humor and helps the students learn with fun. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 13 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
The Lion King - ESL Movie Guide + Activities
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The Lion King - ESL Movie Guide + Activities

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This ESL movie guide accompanies the cartoon “The Lion King 1” (1994) and is ideal for your elementary students. It targets listening and viewing comprehension. This guide will also work well as a lesson plan for your substitute teacher. It can also be used as the last lesson of the term | year or as a “Back to School” activity with newcomers because while watching and doing exercises you will easily identify their language level. It consists of 7 pages printable handouts + teacher’s copy with keys + instructions. You will find pre-viewing and viewing and post-viewing activities, which include comprehension questions, listening for specific information, completing the sentences, guessing what is going to happen, etc All necessary words are introduced in the beginning, so that young learners won’t experience any difficulties while watching. The cartoon is divided into several scenes and students have to complete the tasks after watching each one. ★ Answer keys are included ★
ESL Past Perfect vs Past Simple - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Past Perfect vs Past Simple - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain the difference between Past Simple and Past Perfect to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 5 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Clauses of Purpose & Result - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Clauses of Purpose & Result - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to teach Clauses of Purpose and Result (“In order to”, “so that”, “in the view of”) ? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 8 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Clauses of purpose & result Quantifiers: a few \ a little Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Direct Indirect Reported Speech (statements) - PPT rule + exercises
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ESL Direct Indirect Reported Speech (statements) - PPT rule + exercises

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Need to explain Indirect Speech and how to form Reported Statements to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 12 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Intensifiers Too & Enough - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Intensifiers Too & Enough - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain the difference between Intensifiers “Too” and “Enough” to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 5 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
Conditional Sentences (Types 0&1) - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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Conditional Sentences (Types 0&1) - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Zero & First Conditional sentences and If Clauses to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT. No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 5 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Conditionals If Clauses (all types) - PPT rule + exercises - Bundle
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ESL Conditionals If Clauses (all types) - PPT rule + exercises - Bundle

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This PPT is designed for ESL teachers and helps explain the form and the usage of Conditional Sentences, If Clauses (types Zero, 1st, 2nd, 3rd + the structure “I wish…”). No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The presentation is full of humor and helps the students learn with fun. The Bundle contains: ✓ PPT Conditionals Sentences (types 0&1) ✓ PPT Conditionals Sentences (types 2&3) ✓ PPT Structures with “I wish”, “If only” What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 22 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ These PPTs are fully editable. Who are these presentations for? The presentations are designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Comparative and Superlative, "as...as", "not as...as" - PPT + exercises
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ESL Comparative and Superlative, "as...as", "not as...as" - PPT + exercises

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Need to explain Degrees of Comparison and structure “as + adjective + as” to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! After reading the examples, students work out the rule and practice it, doing the exercises. The presentation is full of humor and helps the students learn with fun. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ 6 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Clauses of purpose & result Quantifiers: a few \ a little Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Degrees Of Comparison Adjectives - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Degrees Of Comparison Adjectives - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Comparative and Superlative forms to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! After reading the examples, students work out the rule and practice it, doing the exercises. The presentation is full of humor and helps the students learn with fun. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ 11 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Clauses of purpose & result Quantifiers: a few \ a little Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Present Simple vs Present Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Present Simple vs Present Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain the difference between the Present Simple and the Present Progressive to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 12 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Adjectives Degrees Of Comparison - PPT rule + exercises - Bundle
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ESL Adjectives Degrees Of Comparison - PPT rule + exercises - Bundle

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Need to explain Degrees of Comparison to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! After reading the examples, students work out the rule and then practice it doing the exercises, which are engaging and challenging, yet also visually appropriate for teenagers. The funny cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. The Bundle contains: ✓ Comparatives and Superlatives. Basic rule. ✓ Usage of special structures “by far”, “the more… the more”, “much + adj.”, “less”, “the least”, etc. ✓ Usage of the structures “as + adjective + as” , “not as + adjective + as” What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 14 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ These PPTs are fully editable. Who are these presentations for? The presentations are designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
Avatar - ESL Movie Guide + Activities
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Avatar - ESL Movie Guide + Activities

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This ESL movie guide lesson plan accompanies the movie “Avatar” (2009) and is ideal for your intermediate students. It targets listening and viewing comprehension. This lesson plan can be used as a “Back to School” activity with newcomers because while watching and doing exercises you will easily identify their language level. It also can be used as the last lesson of the term \ year. This guide will also work well as a lesson plan for your substitute teacher. It consists of 4 pages printable handouts + teacher’s copy with keys. You will find pre-viewing, viewing and post-viewing activities, which include comprehension questions, listening for specific information, completing the sentences, guessing what is going to happen, etc The exercises are focused on the first part of film (before the war), so the students don’t have to watch the whole movie to complete the tasks. After watching they will have to complete the table, comparing people and the Na’vi (looks, clothes, weapons, attitude toward nature) and give a talk to the class about the differences. ★ Answer keys are included ★
ESL Verbals Infinitives vs Gerunds (change in meaning) - PPT rule + exercises
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ESL Verbals Infinitives vs Gerunds (change in meaning) - PPT rule + exercises

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Teach your students to use Verbals. Infinitives and Gerunds! This big presentation (21 slides) is designed to teach your esl students to understand the difference in meaning when using the same verb with Infinitive and Gerund. The verbs included are: forget, remember, mean, regret, try, stop, go on, want, be sorry, hate. The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ 21 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Clauses of purpose & result Quantifiers: a few \ a little Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Past Simple vs Past Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Past Simple vs Past Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Past Simple and Past Progressive to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 9 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Past Simple - Regular, Irregular verbs - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Past Simple - Regular, Irregular verbs - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain the Past Simple, Regular & Irregular verbs to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 11 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL Quantifiers - a few, a little, few, little - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL Quantifiers - a few, a little, few, little - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain the Quantifiers, the difference between A little \ Little, A few \ Few, Much and Many to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this Power Point Presentation! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! The examples are full of humor and help students learn with fun. Cartoon characters will help them to understand the rule. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ There are 6 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Modal Verbs Passive Voice Check out my store my store for more interactive ESL|EFL|ELL resources and beyond! Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!
ESL - The Past Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises
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ESL - The Past Continuous - PowerPoint rule + exercises

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Need to explain Past Continuous to your ESL students? Do it with ease and fun using this PPT! No prep resource. Just point, click and teach! After reading the examples, students work out the rule and practice it, doing the exercises. The presentation is full of humor and helps the students learn with fun. What is inside? ✓ Slides for explaining the rule ✓ Slides with exercises ★ 8 slides in total. The answer keys are included. All rules and explanations are in English. ★ This PPT is fully editable. How do such presentations work? • Students look at the examples, read them, comment upon the form | the structure and work out the rule themselves. • The teacher clicks and the rule appears. Students compare their guesses with actual rule. • Then comes the time for practice. In exercises students have to fill in the missing words using the prompts \ make up dialogs using the pictures. Who is this presentation for? The presentation is designed for ESL|ELL|EFL teachers, who work with pre-intermediate or intermediate students (secondary or high school). This PPT also works well with adults. You may also like other PPTs: Future Simple Conditionals (types 0&1) Conditionals (types 2&3) Adjectives: degrees of comparison Clauses of purpose & result Quantifiers: a few \ a little Thanks for stopping by! Please consider leaving a review to let me know how I’m doing. Happy teaching!