44 slides of Christmas fun.
3 full lessons (speaking, vocab and idioms) complete with multi activity worksheets (word searches, writing exercises, BINGO and more)
2 vocabulary games to play as a class - 25 slides of games in total
This resource is directed at older teens who have an English level of A2+, however small adaptions would make it useful for everyone. I have even used some of the activities with my tutor class in the morning times before lesson.
Teachers directions and suggestions in the notes, but slides are easily adaptable to fit changes.
This is a fun way to incorporate pair or small group work when teaching IELTS speaking part 1. There are a wide range of topics which could come up in part 1 and the game is easily adaptable for any ESL classroom.
A resource that is perfect for pairwork. Student interview and record each other’s responses. This resource also gives students the opportunity to practice cohesive devises. There are two surveys on each A4 sheet.
A worksheet to practice vocabulary specific to the topic of holidays for IELTS. However, this could be adapted for any ESL classroom. It has a definitions section and some space for students to create their own sentences.
There are two choice boards in this set. They are specifically designed for students who are studying the IGCSE ESL syllabus. One is more general and one is very focused on exam preparation. Students choose activities to work on for the day/lesson. There is a range of skills and activities, some tasks are integrated skills. Teachers will need to use Flipgrid as well as Readworks for some of the activities, these are both free and easy to set-up. Teachers will still need to check in and chat to students before and after activities. Some activities are digital and some are analog, but these can be adapted based on your students’ needs.
This is a three lesson series which reviews the 3 main text types for exercise 6 in the IGCSE ESL reading and writing exam (0510/0511). The resource includes 1 lesson for each type - report, article and review complete with integrated peer discussions, writing practice and reflection tasks. It is complete with teachers notes (in the note section of the PPT) which provides suggestions and alternatives.
A worksheet to practice changing and recognising patterns in word forms for the IGCSE ESL topic of food. Students are given an example and then some related word. There is space for them to also choose their own words and then practice using the different word forms in sentences.
This resource can be used by language teachers and is suitable for students starting the IGCSE ESL course. The worksheet has a reading about strange foods which also introduces food adjectives and methods of cooking for vocabulary development. There is a comprehension task based on the reading as well as a vocabulary categorisation task. These are followed by 2 more personalised tasks where students need to use the vocabulary in their own way by 1) Creating their own sentences; 2) Describing a strange food from their home country by drawing and labelling.
This is a resource which could be used over 2-3 lessons. It focuses on the topic food and travel and specifically practices reading comprehension skills as well as introduces adjectives for food and cooking methods in context. There is a lot of opportunities for personalisation and this resource can be adapted to be used over more lessons. I used it with an IGCSE ESL class, but would suit any English Language Learning class.
This is a pack which consists of the following:
A PTT complete with:
Teacher notes in trainers notes section of the slides
Speaking, Reading and text analysis activity.
Mini-project using the vocabulary and keywords learned in the lesson complete with the success criteria needed.
The accompanying worksheets has:
A reading about strange foods
A vocabulary categorisation activity
Sentences writing practice with new vocabulary
Space for drawing and labelling a students own example of a dish using the vocabulary.
This is a one lesson PPT that covers the IGCSE ESL Speaking exam comprehensively. It is complete with slides on the format, structure, topics, tips and practice tasks for students. The resource has teachers notes built into the ‘notes’ sections under the slides. Everything your students need to know about the exam is here. This can also be used for IELTS students who are preparing for part 3 as some of the speaking strategies are similar.
This resource includes a PPT complete with two multi-page worksheets, in total this lesson can cover about 4 hours worth of work. The learning objectives are:
To learn specific vocabulary in order to accurately describe a graph and its trends.
To consider different forms of the keywords.
To analyse a model graph summary and identify key features.
To apply new vocabulary to describe a given graph.
To apply all skills to research, identify data, plot a graph and write about it.
The worksheets include vocabulary activities, supported writing practice and a model text which students need to analyse.