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The Magic Finger Novel Study
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The Magic Finger Novel Study

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This is a complete novel study of The Magic Finger By Roald Dahl. This book is required for study. This is an engaging PowerPoint presentation with comprehension questions (find the answer in the text), plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion, Vocabulary activities, (match the definition/ create your own sentences and memory game activities.) Other activities include, ‘using sequential adverbs’ to place key events in order, ‘unjumble’ complex sentences into the correct order, ‘find the adjectives in the paragraph,’ and writing activities. I have used this presentation with many students and it works beautifully! There is absolutely no more preparation required, just share your screen and go! (Either get the student to read the story beforehand or read it together in the class.) I recommend having a copy of the text open at all times because the questions are specific to the pages.
Fantastic Mr. Fox Novel Study (for ESL Students)
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Fantastic Mr. Fox Novel Study (for ESL Students)

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This is a complete novel study of Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl. (Aimed at ESL students.) This is an engaging PowerPoint presentation with comprehension questions (find the answer in the text) for every page of the novel. There are also plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion. There are vocabulary activities for every chapter. (Match the definition/ gap-fill and use-in-your-own-sentence activities.) I also include ‘recap’ activities at the beginning of every chapter (with keywords) and ‘retell the story’ at the end of every chapter. Other activities include, ‘using sequential adverbs’ to place key events in order, ‘who am I?’ activities, ‘unjumble’ complex sentences into the correct order, ‘antonym and synonym’ activities and ‘circle the adjectives’ to describe characters and scenes from the story. Finally, at the end of every chapter is an essay writing activity with information about the different essay types, an essay title and lots of questions to get the student started! I have used this exact presentation with hundreds of online English learners and it works beautifully! There is no absolutely no more preparation required, just share your screen and go! (Either get the student to read the chapter before hand or read it together in the class.) I recommend having a copy of the text open at all times because the questions are very specific to the pages. I also recommend teaching this novel to students who are at least B1 (intermediate) level English.
Collective Nouns Presentation For ESL
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Collective Nouns Presentation For ESL

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Are you an ESL teacher? Would you like to teach collective nouns to Elementary level ESL students? Here is a presentation to help you introduce collective nouns in a simple and easy-to-follow way! Collective nouns are a wonderful (and sometimes tricky) part of the English language! English learners sometimes struggle with herds and flocks, prides and packs! But this is a fun lesson too, and this presentation can help introduce just a few of the most common collective nouns. This presentation is colourful, clear and engaging for young students. The teacher can introduce the topic by giving a definition. Then students can explore the singular, plural and collective noun for common animals, people and things. The presentation also offers the opportunity for students to test what they have learned. This PowerPoint presentation has 25 slides. This is an overview of the lesson: The presentation starts with a title slide and a simple definition. Students study diagrams that clearly depict the singular, plural and collective noun. Students can test their prior knowledge and then check their answers. The presentation introduces countable and uncountable nouns. It also includes examples of regular and irregular plurals. The second half of the presentation consists of a quiz. This tests the student’s knowledge. The student chooses the correct plural noun from list of three options. (answers included!)
Let’s go out for dinner! ESL Conversation and Grammar (A1-A2)
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Let’s go out for dinner! ESL Conversation and Grammar (A1-A2)

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Are you an ESL teacher who wants to teach conversation and grammar activities to A1-A2 ESL students? Here is a presentation to help you introduce food and eating out in a simple and easy-to-follow way! This presentation is colourful, clear and engaging for young students. The teacher can introduce the topic of food and eating out and then students can explore a Mexican restaurant, a pizza restaurant, a noodle restaurant, a burger restaurant and a seafood restaurant. The presentation offers the opportunity for students to choose which restaurants they wish to explore, and in which order. This PowerPoint presentation has 27 slides. This is an overview of the lesson: The presentation starts with a slide exploring the clothing that can be worn to go out for dinner. The student is encouraged to discuss, describe and select an outfit. The next slide is concerned with the physical process of travelling to a restaurant. The student must fill the gaps to form various travelling verbs and then they choose and talk about their chosen mode of transport. Then, the student examines a graphic diagram of a simple street containing 5 restaurants. Students talk about the restaurants they can see. They then decide which restaurant to go to first. Each of the five restaurants starts with a photo/video slide, which the student examines, discusses what they can see and shares their preferences. The next slide for each restaurant includes a menu from which the student can select and order food. Grammar and vocabulary activities include using adverbs of frequency and adverbs of sequence and vocabulary matching. Finally, when the student has visited all five restaurant, you can ask them to review what they have learned in the lesson.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Writing Activities
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Writing Activities

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This resource includes thirty writing activities to accompany the reading of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. For every chapter there is a printable worksheet for an awesome, inspiring writing activity. The activities include descriptive, cause and effect, persuasive, expository and character analysis essays and also poems, stories, reports and more! Table of Contents Chapter One: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Two: Write a Cause and Effect Essay Chapter Three: Write a Character Analysis Essay Chapter Four: Write a Newspaper Article Chapter Five: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Six: Write a Character Analysis Essay Chapter Seven: Write a Birthday Card for Charlie Chapter Eight: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Nine: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Ten: Write an Expository Essay Chapter Eleven: Write the Shopkeeper’s Story Chapter Twelve: Write a letter to Mr. Wonka Chapter Thirteen: Write a Newspaper Article Chapter Fourteen: Write a Character Analysis Essay Chapter Fifteen: Write a Story Chapter Sixteen: Write an Expository Essay Chapter Seventeen: Write a Cause and Effect Essay Chapter Eighteen: Write a Factual Account Chapter Nineteen: Write an Interview with Willy Wonka Chapter Twenty: Write an Acrostic Poem Chapter Twenty-One: Write Violet Beauregarde’s Story Chapter Twenty-Two: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Twenty-Three: What does Willy Wonka really think? Chapter Twenty-Four: Write a Five Senses Poem Chapter Twenty-Five: Write a Story Chapter Twenty-Six: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Twenty-Seven: Compare and Contrast Chapter Twenty-Eight: Write a letter to Charlie Chapter Twenty-Nine: Write a Character Analysis Essay Chapter Thirty: Write a Book Review
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Novel Study ESL
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Novel Study ESL

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Who is this resource for? This is an easy-to-use teaching resource for ESL Teachers. It’s a complete novel study of the magical adventure story, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis. (Aimed specifically at ESL students.) What is the format? This is an engaging PowerPoint presentation that is designed to be taught alongside the reading of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis. Teachers can use this resource in the classroom or online. Comprehension questions (find the answer in the text) to encourage close reading. Plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion. Vocabulary activities for every chapter. (Match the definition/ gap-fill and use-in-your-own-sentence activities.) ‘Recap’ activities at the beginning of every chapter and ‘retell the story’ at the end of every chapter (with keywords). Sequence activities, using sequential adverbs to place key events in order. Who am I? activities, where students guess the character from a list of clues. Character analysis activities where students circle the adjectives that best describe the character. Antonym and synonym matching activities Sentence unjumbling with complex sentences An essay writing activity for every chapter. Tried and tested! I have used this exact presentation to teach The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to hundreds of online English learners. It works beautifully! The questions and activities keep the student’s focused and analytical. There is no absolutely no more preparation required, just share your screen and go! (Either get the student to read the chapter beforehand or read it together in the class.) My recommendations I recommend teaching this novel to students who are at least B1 (intermediate) level English.
Charlotte’s Web Novel Study
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Charlotte’s Web Novel Study

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Teachers! Download a complete novel study of Charlotte’s Web by EB White (Aimed specifically at ESL students.) This is an easy-to-use teaching resource for ESL Teachers. It’s a complete novel study of the charming animal story, Charlotte’s Web by EB White. This is an engaging PowerPoint presentation that is designed to be taught alongside the reading of Charlotte’s Web by EB White. Teachers can use this resource in the classroom or online. What is in the resource? Comprehension questions (find the answer in the text) to encourage close reading. Plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion. Vocabulary activities for every chapter. (Match the definition/ gap-fill and use-in-your-own-sentence activities.) ‘Recap’ activities at the beginning of every chapter and ‘retell the story’ at the end of every chapter (with keywords). Sequence activities, using sequential adverbs to place key events in order. Who am I? activities, where students guess the character from a list of clues. Antonym and synonym matching activities Sentence unjumbling with complex sentences An essay writing activity for every chapter. Tried and tested! I have used this exact presentation to teach Charlotte’s Web to hundreds of online English learners. It works beautifully! The questions and activities keep the students focused and analytical. There is no absolutely no more preparation required, just share your screen and go! (Either get the student to read the chapter beforehand or read it together in the class.)
The Twits Novel Study
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The Twits Novel Study

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This is a complete novel study of The Twits By Roald Dahl. This book is required to study https://www.amazon.com.au/Twits-Roald-Dahl/dp/014241039X This is an engaging PowerPoint presentation with comprehension questions (find the answer in the text), plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion, Vocabulary activities, (match the definition/ create your own sentences and memory game activities.) Other activities include, ‘using sequential adverbs’ to place key events in order, ‘unjumble’ complex sentences into the correct order, ‘find the adjectives in the paragraph,’ ‘fill the gaps with the correct pronoun,’ grammar and writing activities. I have used this presentation with many students and it works beautifully! There is absolutely no more preparation required, just share your screen and go! (Either get the student to read the story beforehand or read it together in the class.) I recommend having a copy of the text open at all times because the questions are specific to the pages.
Dinosaurs Before Dark Complete Novel Study
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Dinosaurs Before Dark Complete Novel Study

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Teachers! Download a printable novel study of the first book in the Magic Tree House series, Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Usborne. This is an easy-to-use teaching resource for ESL Teachers. It’s a complete novel study of Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Usborne. This is an engaging printable pdf (and Microsoft Word Doc) that is designed to be taught alongside the reading of Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Usborne. Teachers can use this resource in the classroom or online. Comprehension questions (find the answer in the text) to encourage close reading. Plot and character analysis questions to encourage discussion. Vocabulary activities for every chapter. ‘Retell the story’ activity (with keywords). Sequence activity where students place key events in order. Who am I? activities, where students guess the character from a list of clues. Word unjumbling with names and keywords from the text. A writing activity for each chapter. I have used this resource to teach Dinosaurs Before Dark to hundreds of online English learners. It works beautifully! The questions and activities keep the students focused and analytical. There is no absolutely no more preparation required, just print and distribute, or share your screen if you are teaching online. (Either get the student to read the chapter beforehand or read it together in the class.)
The BFG Writing Activities
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The BFG Writing Activities

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This resource includes twenty-three writing activities to accompany the reading of The BFG by Roald Dahl. For almost every chapter there is a printable worksheet containing an awesome and inspiring writing activity. The activities include descriptive, persuasive, expository and character analysis essays and also reading responses, monologues, predictions, reviews and more! Table of Contents Chapter One: Write a Reading Response Chapter Two: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Three: Make a Prediction… Chapter Four: Write a Narrative Essay Chapter Five: Write a Character Analysis Essay… . Chapter Six: Write an Expository Essay Chapter Seven: Write a Compare and Contrast Essay Chapter Eight: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Nine: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Ten: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Eleven: Write a Character Analysis Essay Chapter Twelve: Write a Descriptive Paragraph Chapter Thirteen: Write a Descriptive Paragraph Chapter Fourteen: Write a Descriptive Essay Chapter Fifteen: Convince the Queen Chapter Sixteen: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Seventeen: Write a Persuasive Essay Chapter Eighteen: Write a Descriptive Paragraph Chapter Nineteen: Describe the Queen’s Dream Chapter Twenty: Write a Descriptive Paragraph Chapter Twenty-one: Make a Prediction Chapter Twenty-two: Write a Reading Response Write a Book Review