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Clare Therese

I teach and tutor English as a foreign language (EFL) and English Literature in London, U.K. I have taught at all levels, from large classes to one-on-one lessons, all the way from beginner to advanced! Currently, my youngest student is just 4 years old (private tuition), and the oldest is 60+ (as part of a group class).

I teach and tutor English as a foreign language (EFL) and English Literature in London, U.K. I have taught at all levels, from large classes to one-on-one lessons, all the way from beginner to advanced! Currently, my youngest student is just 4 years old (private tuition), and the oldest is 60+ (as part of a group class).
Frida Kahlo - Reading & Comprehension Activities
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Frida Kahlo - Reading & Comprehension Activities

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These worksheets are great for introducing Frida Kahlo and her work to secondary or high school students. Beginning with a short biography, included are two comprehension exercises on Frida Kahlo’s life. This lesson will test student’s reading and writing skills (particularly reading for gist and detail). A complete lesson on Frida Kahlo including PowerPoint, worksheets, and lesson plan can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/introduction-to-frida-kahlo-and-modern-art-complete-lesson-reading-and-writing-12180340 Any of these worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. This resource includes: Worksheet 1 - Class Discussion Prompt Worksheet 2 - Biography of Frida Kahlo (Reading Activity) Worksheet 3 - Match the Dates with the Biographical Information (Comprehension Activity) Worksheet 4 - Comprehension Questions (Comprehension Activity) Worksheet 5 - Choose an Artwork to Write About (Writing Activity - Homework) Separate worksheets with UK and US spelling
Introduction to Frida Kahlo & Modern Art | Complete Lesson | Reading & Writing
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Introduction to Frida Kahlo & Modern Art | Complete Lesson | Reading & Writing

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This complete lesson is perfect for prompting class discussions on the topic of art. Beginning with reading and comprehension exercises on Frida Kahlo, this lesson will encourage students to express their opinions on modern art, and then test student’s reading, writing, and speaking skills through challenging activities. I designed this lesson for intermediate/upper intermediate English class, but the lesson plan and materials (both included) can easily be adapted for other English language, visual arts, or art history classes. Any of the worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. PDF, Word, and PowerPoint documents included for easy editing This resource includes: Teacher Resources: Teacher’s PowerPoint [7 slides] Complete Lesson Plan [Procedure / Activity Guidelines / Teaching Tips] Lesson Plan ‘Front Page’ [Outline of Lesson Aims & Anticipated Problems/Solutions] Student Resources: Worksheet 1 - Biography of Frida Kahlo [Text] Worksheet 2 - Match the Dates with the Biographical Information [Reading Activity] Worksheet 3 - Comprehension Questions [Reading Activity] Worksheet 4 - Choose an Artwork to Write About [Writing Activity / Homework] Separate worksheets with UK and US spelling
Perfect Essay Answers | Ideal for IELTS, EIKEN, TOEFL Preparation
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Perfect Essay Answers | Ideal for IELTS, EIKEN, TOEFL Preparation

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Help your students make the grade with these model essay answers! This pack is great for English exam preparation, particularly for the SATs, GRE, IELTS, EIKEN, TOEFL writing tests. This resource includes short essay responses to challenging discursive exam questions, based on real past papers. This resource includes: Model Essays for 4 Questions: Would the global economy benefit from having a single world currency? Is it possible for developed countries to sustain present standards of living? Agree or disagree: Technology is undermining the role of teachers in the classroom. Will infectious diseases become a greater threat to humanity in the future? Each Model Essay Includes: Multiple answers to choose from Model answers for both agree and disagree responses Evidence and examples to support each model answer ‘Cheat Sheets’ included - a quick summary of each model answer
Introduction to Vincent van Gogh | Complete Lesson
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Introduction to Vincent van Gogh | Complete Lesson

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This lesson is perfect for prompting class discussions on the topic of art. Beginning with reading and comprehension exercises on Vincent van Gogh, this lesson will encourage students to express their opinions on his art, and then test student’s reading, writing, and listening skills through challenging activities. I designed this lesson for intermediate/upper intermediate English class, but the lesson plan and materials (both included) can easily be adapted for other English language, visual arts, or art history classes. Any of the worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. PDF, Word, Pages, and PowerPoint documents included for easy editing. This resource includes: Teacher Resources: Teacher’s PowerPoint with Activity Outlines and Answers [11 slides] Complete Lesson Plan [Procedure / Activity Guidelines / Teaching Tips] Lesson Plan ‘Front Page’ [Outline of Lesson Aims & Anticipated Problems/Solutions] Student Resources / Worksheets: Worksheet 1 - Lead In / Class Discussion Prompt with van Gogh’s Artwork Worksheet 2 - Biography of Vincent van Gogh [Text] Worksheet 3 - Key Vocabulary [Definitions] Worksheet 4 - Match the Dates with the Biographical Information [Reading Activity] Worksheet 5 - Comprehension Questions [Reading Activity & Listening Activity] Worksheet 6 - Post-Impressionist Overview & Which One is van Gogh? [Speaking Activity] Worksheet 7 - Choose an Artwork to Write About [Writing Activity / Homework] Activity answers are included on the PowerPoint Separate worksheets with UK and US spelling
Introduction to Shakespeare Worksheets | 5 Activities for Class or Homework
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Introduction to Shakespeare Worksheets | 5 Activities for Class or Homework

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These worksheets are great for introducing Shakespeare as a topic and prompting student discussion in the classroom. Beginning with reading and comprehension exercises on Shakespeare’s life, these activities prompt students to discuss what they already know about Shakespeare (and learn more) through these challenging activities. I designed these worksheets for a secondary school English literature class, but the materials can easily be used in English language, drama, or history classes. Any of the worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. This resource includes: Worksheets: A Short Biography of William Shakespeare Activity: Match the Dates to the Shakespearean Facts Activity: Comprehension Questions on Shakespeare’s Biography Quiz: Are These Words & Quotes Genuinely Shakespearean? Quiz Answers Activity: Research Question Prompt [Homework Assignment] Quiz: Complete the Shakespeare Play Title Quiz Answers Separate worksheets with UK and US spelling included
Sonnet 116 Class Handouts
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Sonnet 116 Class Handouts

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This resource includes: A Copy of Sonnet 116 A ‘Translation’ of the Sonnet in Modern Language Key Terms Explained Class Activity - Can You Arrange the Lines in the Correct Order?
FREE Wedding Worksheets | Intermediate Vocabulary & Writing Tasks | EFL, ESL
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FREE Wedding Worksheets | Intermediate Vocabulary & Writing Tasks | EFL, ESL

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These worksheets are perfect for introducing vocabulary and prompting class discussions on the topic of weddings. I designed these worksheets for intermediate / upper intermediate EFL & ESL learners, but they can easily be used in other English language or social studies classes. Any of these worksheets can be set as homework, used in a classroom, or in a one-to-one tutoring lesson. This resource includes: Vocabulary Exercise: Match the words to the definition Speaking Exercise: Discuss a wedding (prompt questions incl.) Writing Exercise: Write about a famous wedding (real or fictional) Separate documents for UK and US spelling