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Learn. Teach. Travel. Coach. Having been in the education world for more than a decade I bring knowledge and experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and coach. My teaching career has led me from England, France, China and now to South America In the last several years, I have delivered a number of workshops and conference to help organizations and individuals to improve their teaching-management skills. If you have any question about my ressource, feel free to contact me

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Learn. Teach. Travel. Coach. Having been in the education world for more than a decade I bring knowledge and experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and coach. My teaching career has led me from England, France, China and now to South America In the last several years, I have delivered a number of workshops and conference to help organizations and individuals to improve their teaching-management skills. If you have any question about my ressource, feel free to contact me
French Grammar Bundle all in one : Conditionnel / Imparfait / Présent simple / Futur et passé composé

French Grammar Bundle all in one : Conditionnel / Imparfait / Présent simple / Futur et passé composé

Hi everyone! Teaching grammar can be a little bit scary if we don't know where to start. To get you started with the challenging French grammar here's a bundle with 5 tenses: 1. The simple present 2. The perfect tense (passé-composé) 3. The imperfect tense (imparfait) 4. The future (near future tense and simple future) 5. The conditional present For each tense you will find a powerpoint (between 16/22 slides) with clear explanations and corrections to save you time. Each powerpoint comes with its booklet (about 5 pages) so that students can keep track of their learning with exercises and explanations. The powerpoint is fully editable so that you can adapt it to your class. The advantage of the booklet is that students can work at their own pace and most able students can move on to the next activity easily. Each lesson follows a similar pattern: 1. Introduction to the grammar point through a real context (reading, song or video) 2. Questions to guide students in their discovery of the grammar 3. Explanations of the tense (use and formation) 4. Exercises (progressive ones from easy ones to more difficult ones: filling-gap, matching-up, speaking activities, games, writing...) Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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Where I live lesson and exercices Bundle for ESL / EAL Unit 3

Where I live lesson and exercices Bundle for ESL / EAL Unit 3

Teaching beginners in ESL can be great fun but what: - when we don’t know where to start? - when we have a mixed ability class? - when our material isn’t updated or adapted? You will find in this bundle enough material to teach your students for about a week (60/90 minutes for each lesson). Vocabulary in context, grammar with clear explanation, exercises and feedback to save you time and focus on the actual learning process. It is flexible to help you teach ESL/EAL students beginners/elementary about vocabulary: Places where we live (city, village, suburbs, seaside…), description of places (calm, noisy, clean…), types of accommodations (house, apartment/flat, hotel…), rooms, furniture, household chores and about grammar: There is/are, this/that/these/those, likes-dislikes (with nouns/verbs in –ING) and reasons, adjectives, prepositions of places The bundle contains 5 powerpoint presentations with about 30 slides each with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. You’ll also find with each lesson an activity booklet for students so that they keep a written record of their learning. The approach is communicative and follows a logical structure to reinforce students’ knowledge day after day. It also contains grammar points reinforced by exercises to consolidate their grammatical skills and writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - Listening activities - Videos with questions - Matching up activities - Filling gaps - Classification activities - Speaking activities (surveys, games…) - Reading activities from articles, tourist brochures, forum (with questions, vocabulary focus…) - Games (bingo, drawing and speaking description) - Grammar points context with explanations, followed by exercises and correction - Writing - Review of objectives… Each lesson can be bought individually in my shop. Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com You can check them below:
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French Earth day Lesson + Activities (No Prep) / Le jour de la Terre en Français (leçon + Activité )

French Earth day Lesson + Activities (No Prep) / Le jour de la Terre en Français (leçon + Activité )

Bonjour Here's a powerpoint with 20 slides and a student booklet with 8 pages to teach about the environment and its protection. It was made for Earth Day but it can be used anytime. It contains: - a self-target setting slide with detailed objectives - videos about Earth day as a starter - an introduction to vocabulary through a matching up - texts about the environment, pollution and solutions - debating activities with arguments to sort out - vocabulary for debates (opinions and disagreement) - videos about solutions to protect the environment with a conversation to reorder and a sketch to do - a word search as plenary - a detailed review of objectives. Enjoy!
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French food meal Lesson + Booklet ( No prep ) / Nourriture et repas en français lesson + activité

French food meal Lesson + Booklet ( No prep ) / Nourriture et repas en français lesson + activité

Bonjour, Here is a colorful powerpoint presentation with 38 slides and its activity booklet with 9 pages designed for beginners about food items and meals. It contains - a detailed slide about what students should know and what they will learn - a self-target setting slide - a starter with a dictionary contest - introduction of items for breakfast, lunch, breaktime and diner. - guessing games - a grammar point about partitives (du, de la, de l’) - reading activities with filling gaps and comprehension grids - writing activities - speaking pair works about opinions and justifications - matching up activities etc. Enjoy!!!
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ESL/EAL places, activities and adverbs of frequency Unit1/Lesson4 (Lesson + Exercices) No Prep

ESL/EAL places, activities and adverbs of frequency Unit1/Lesson4 (Lesson + Exercices) No Prep

Hi everyone, As part of the elementary ESL series, here's the new lesson to teach about places, activities and adverbs of frequency. If you need to introduce activities people do on the weekend with the use of adverbs of frequency, this resource is a great way to do it interactively as it contains 3 videos and 12 activities in total that will help you teach in a fun and communicative way. This lesson is aimed mainly at teenagers or adults but it can be adapted easily for a younger audience. It contains a powerpoint with 33 slides and an activity booklet for students with 12 pages with: 1. a starter to review what has been done in lesson 3 about food, likes and opinions 2. a quiz about different places in the world 3. videos - video about London, - video about China - video about Rio de Janeiro with questions 4. texts about people to discover what they do on their weekends 5. a comprehension grid 6. a matching up activity 7. a grammar point about adverbs of frequency 8. a practice about the present simple with the use of adverbs of frequency 9. a writing activity 10. a speaking game as a plenary 11. a review of objectives Enjoy! Enjoy! Check and follow my store for more resources! Check here Unit 1 Lesson 1 Introduction, country and nationality Check here Unit 1 lesson 2 Number and basic question Check here Unit 1 lesson 3 food, like and opinion
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French Unit plans for beginners - 6 to 7 weeks of teaching - Unit 6 On s'amuse

French Unit plans for beginners - 6 to 7 weeks of teaching - Unit 6 On s'amuse

Unit 6 ON S’AMUSE Teaching about sports, hobbies, music and interests in French to beginners? Not quite sure what to do and how to organize your teaching progression? Here’s some help! This resource of 12 pages will help you plan your weeks with French beginners when teaching about sport, hobbies, opinions, music etc. It is aimed at 12-15 hours of teaching corresponding to about 6-7 weeks depending on your school’s system. It contains 8 lesson outlines divided by context, teaching objectives, suggested activities, and homework. The Unit plans are also differentiated to suit all your learners. They follow a logical teaching order to allow a smooth spiraled progression for your learners. With this resource you will be able to teach about: 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Hobbies - Sports - Music - Likes and dislikes 2. Grammar: ¥ jouer à, faire du ¥ aller + infinitive ¥ adverbs od frequency and time ¥ use of conjunctions Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Need another French unit plans or for full year check the bundle below.
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Travel Survival Guide in French / Kit de survie du voyageur en Francais

Travel Survival Guide in French / Kit de survie du voyageur en Francais

Bonjour à tous, When you travel to France with your students, have you noticed how they seem to have forgotten everything? Travelling to another country can be daunting, so if you want your students to be able to communicate, here's an easy to use survival guide. It contains 23 pages /including the presentation with - survival phrases with the pronunciation - basic topic vocabulary (greetings, introduction, family, where you live, shopping for food, eating and drinking, food items, shopping for clothes, directions and ordering a meal) - monuments not to miss in Paris - a subway map It can be used on your tablets/phones while travelling which makes it easy to use at any time. You can also use it in class as a preparation for your trip. It can also be used for anybody that wants to travel to France. My colleagues actually loved it! Enjoy et bon voyage!
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ESL/EAL self-introduction, countries and nationalities Freebie

ESL/EAL self-introduction, countries and nationalities Freebie

Here’s a nice freebie with 8 slides to teach students English for the first time. The lesson is aimed at teenagers, young adults or adults with little or no English at all. It is all about giving them confidence in learning this new language. So whatever their mothertongue this should help they develop communicative skills quickly. It contains: 1. A brainstorming about why it is important to learn English with a fun short video 2. A writestorming about countries 3. A feedback with a brief grammar point about the use of articles with countries (aimed at more proficient students) 4. A geography activity so that they can reuse the vocabulary about countries with a map to label 5. A matching up activity between world countries and flags The full lesson with the student booklet activity for student can be found here : https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/esl-eal-self-introduction-countries-and-nationalities-11198859 Don't forget to comment and follow my store more freebies on their way !! https://www.tes.com/member/foxtrotters
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French Cultural/History Quiz

French Cultural/History Quiz

Bonjour! Here’s a free quiz about France with 33 colourful slides. It can be used at the beginning of the year or at the end. I usually have students to work in teams on it. The first 17 slides contain the questions and possible answers to choose from. The other slides contain the answers! This quiz was based on the bigger quiz with 107 slides which can be found here : https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/general-culture-french-quiz-powerpoint-and-student-booklet--quiz-culture-general-en-francais-11052610 Enjoy. It’s a great tool to recap about music, monuments, food, brands, culture, geography, history, sports etc.
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Describe your house in Spanish (lesson + exercices) / Mi casa

Describe your house in Spanish (lesson + exercices) / Mi casa

Teaching about the house to beginners can be great fun. How about having the vocabulary, grammar, exercises and games in just one resource? The PPT lesson and the booklet for students in this resource will help you teach in Spanish about the different rooms in the house along with grammar and fun games. You will also get the correction of the activities and notes in the PPT to guide your teaching and save you time! The PPT contains 40 slides with - a self-target setting slide - a detailed slide about what students should already know and what they will learn during the lesson - an introduction about the vocabulary about the different types of houses - a wordsearch - an introduction to every room in the house - a guessing game - a matching up between visuals and the vocabulary - 1 grammar points about feminine and masculine nouns - a matching up with definitions - a “Where is Waldo” game - a reading - a writing with differentiation - an unscrambling the sentences activity as a plenary - a review of objectives Enjoy and use the 9-page booklet for more efficiency. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any question ? Let's connect : Email : carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Twitter : @teacherlocker Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/teacher.locker Website : www.teacherlocker.com Don't forget to follow my shop to get update about my new product.
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Religion and Tolerance Lesson - Understand your neighbours Faith

Religion and Tolerance Lesson - Understand your neighbours Faith

Tolerance and religion can be a tricky topic to teach our students but it is crucial. It is sometimes difficult for students to embrace differences and to be tolerant. We live in a world full of prejudice, intolerance and ignorance and it is our role as teachers to teach our students how to respect each other regardless of their social-economic backgrounds or religions. I have created this resource for every teacher that may be confronted to religious misunderstanding in his/her class and also for those who simply want to underline the key principle of the 5 major religions: Respect It could also be used in assembly to raise awareness about religions. Here’s what you will get with this resource: a 15-page booklet for students to keep tracks of their leaning and a 33-slide PPT to create more interactivity. Each step of the lesson is explained at the bottom of the slides and activities are corrected to save you time. 1. a brainstorming in pairs with questions 2. a truth/myths activity 3. a grid to complete in pairs/groups about different religions 4. a map about religions/figures in the world 5. a matching up with symbols/religions 6. an explanation about all main 5 religions in the world 7. a quiz done in the format of blockbusters in teams 8.a reading about the House of One in Berlin 9. questions 10. a game with post-it notes 11. a debate 12. a challenge 13. a review of objectives. Enjoy.
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April Fool's Day in French / Poisson d'Avril en français

April Fool's Day in French / Poisson d'Avril en français

Fool's day is coming watch your back :-) Here is a very colourful powerpoint with 18 slides for French beginners to teach about the Fool’s day. It contains: - a recap slide with what students should know and what they will learn - a self-target setting slide for differentiation - a reading activity about the origins of Fool’s day in France - a true/false and its correction - a matching up activity about vocabulary - a wordsearch - a speaking activity with opinions and justifications - a reading activity - a grammar point about the imperative - a practice about the imperative - fish to cut out - an unjumbling sentences activity as plenary - a review of objectives. Enjoy!
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French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices

French food order in a restaurant full lesson with exercices

Teaching about food? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback to teach about food, restaurants and how to order? This delicious flexible resource will help you teach teenagers and adults about food habits, menus, different types of restaurants, ordering food... This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to textbooks/material. The resource contains a powerpoint with 22 slides with clear explanations at the bottom of each one of them to give you a step-by-step explanation about the progression of the lesson. It also contains a booklet with 6 pages so that students keep a track of their learning. The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - A speaking about types of restaurants - A matching up with food items/menu - A conversation to reorder and to role play at the restaurant between customers and a waiter - A writing about menu - A conversation about ordering food in a fast-food restaurant with a comprehension grid - A disappearing game as a plenary - A review of objectives Have fun
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Mother's day lesson + activities in french (No Prep)/ La fête des mères en français leçon  activités

Mother's day lesson + activities in french (No Prep)/ La fête des mères en français leçon activités

Happy Mother's Day! Here's a colourful powerpoint with 24 slides and its activity booklet to celebrate Mother's Day in French with your beginners. It contains: - detailed objectives slide - SMART setting slide - an introduction with a reading - a True-False activity - a review/introduction about chores - a matching up - drilling activities with games (disappearing pictures, slapping the board in teams) - introduction to the present tense for -er verbs and chores - a speaking activity about how students help their mums around the house - a noughts and crosses in pairs - a reading about the origins of Mother's day with a True-false - an introduction to vocabulary to celebrate with a guessing game for drilling - a word search focusing on positive adjectives - a writing - a recipe - a detailed review of objectives Enjoy! I suggest you use the booklet that goes with it!
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Spanish Unit Plans for Beginners - Get 30-35 weeks  of scheme of work / Unit Plans for spanish Beginner

Spanish Unit Plans for Beginners - Get 30-35 weeks of scheme of work / Unit Plans for spanish Beginner

Spanish unit plans bundle Having a clear vision about what you are going to teach is crucial. However planning can take time that is why I have created this bundle with 5 unit plans to help you get started with your beginners groups in Spanish If you are short on time and don’t know where to start and which progression to follow, this pack is the answer you are looking for. It contains 5 unit plans ready to be used for beginners or pre-intermediate. Each lesson plan is aimed at 12-15 lessons of 60-90 minutes each. That’s worth 30-35 weeks of teaching! Each lesson is clearly detailed with teaching objectives, suggested activities, learning outcomes and homework. Here you will find the topics in each unit plan. Unit Plan 1: Self-introduction/Bienvenidos 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Greetings/self-introduction - Asking/answering personal questions - Objects - Colors - Days/Months/date - Classroom instructions 2. Grammar: - Definite/non-definite articles - Singular-plural - Masculine-feminine - Hay/no hay… Unit Plan 2: Home/Mi casa 1. Vocabulary/Context: - where you live - rooms in the house - furniture… 2. Grammar: - Donde and Quien - regular verbs - rules for pronunciation/spelling/dictionary work… Unit Plan 3: My family and friends 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Family members - Physical description - Personality - Pets - Numbers up to 69 2. Grammar: - Negatives - subject pronouns - present tense of tener and ser/estar - review about possessive adjectives (first, second and third persons) - prepositions - agreement of adjectives Unit Plan 4: My life/Mi vida 1. Vocabulary/Context: - Indoor and outdoor activities - Chores - Hobbies 2. Grammar: - verbs - questions - imperative forms Unit Plan 5: School 1. Vocabulary/Context: - School subjects - Numbers up to 100 - Telling the time - Opinions and justifications - Hobbies 2. Grammar: - Reflexive verbs - Present - Near future ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any question ? Let's connect : Email : carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Twitter : @teacherlocker Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/teacher.locker Website : www.teacherlocker.com Don't forget to follow my shop to get update about my new product.
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French Grammar : Pluperfect Tense (lesson+exercices)/ Le plus que parfait en français No Prep

French Grammar : Pluperfect Tense (lesson+exercices)/ Le plus que parfait en français No Prep

Hi everyone, Teaching tenses and especially the pluperfect in French can be difficult but here’s a resource that should help you teach the pluperfect tense in a dynamic way. This introductory lesson is aimed at teenagers and adults but it can be adapted for the needs of children. It contains a powerpoint with 6 slides Here’s what you get: 1. The lesson starts with a reading activity where students need to identify the verbs and make suggestions about the use and formation of the verbs. 2. The teacher introduces the utilization of the pluperfect tense 3. The teacher introduces the formation of the tense according to the three groups but also the formation with the use of être/avoir and the agreements I suggest you use the complete version for more efficiency with your students! Looking for more tense in French, don't forget to check my French Grammar Bundle all in one Any Question Mail me at carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com
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French food and meals full lesson for beginners

French food and meals full lesson for beginners

Teaching about food is always fun. It’s even more fun with beginners! The question is where do we start? How can we be sure that we have integrated all the vocabulary and grammar relevant to their level? How about having the context, the vocabulary and the grammar in just one place with explanations, exercises and feedback? This flexible resource with a PPT and booklet will help you teach about food items, meals and food habits. This resource is aimed at helping teachers to complement their textbook or to give enough material for those who are not lucky enough to have access to textbooks/material. The resource contains a PPT with 39 slides and a booklet with 14 pages full of activities for your students so that they can keep a track of their learning. The activities are corrected in the PPT to save you time. The approach is communicative to allow students to develop their speaking skills but it also contains reading and writing activities to consolidate their grammatical skills and improve their writing skills. You will find different types of activities to allow a greater differentiation in your class: - A brainstorming with a shopping list as a starter - A classification of items - A dictionary contest - A reading about breakfast with a comprehension grid - A matching up activity with breakfast items - An introduction to quantifier words (box, can, bottle, tube…) - A grammar point about indefinite articles (du, de la, des) - A practice about the grammar point - A ranking activity with likes, dislikes and opinions - Vocabulary about other meals (lunch, snack, dinner) - Further vocabulary matching up about fruit and vegetables - A conversation with opinions in pairs - 2 writing activities about food and favorite dishes. - A review of objectives Have fun!
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Spanish food lesson with student booklet / La comida

Spanish food lesson with student booklet / La comida

Food is always an enjoyable topic with beginners. Now how can we ensure we engage, challenge and motivate all our students? Which activities would best suit their learning styles? This “delicious” pack will help you to tailor your lesson in Spanish to the vocabulary and grammatical needs of your students while having fun! By the end of the lesson students should be able to talk about food they like and what they eat/drink for each meal. Here is what you get in this pack: a powerpoint with 35 slides designed for beginners, pre/intermediate about food and meals and also an activity booklet with 12 pages so that students can keep a track of their learning. To help you in your teaching, there are notes at the bottom of the slides to guide you. The activities are also corrected to save you time! Now, are you ready for some fun and an active lesson full of games? The lesson contains: - a detailed objectives slide with what students should know and what they will learn - a self-target setting slide - a dictionary challenge in teams as a starter - an introduction to food items according to the meals - a grammar point about gustar - reading activities - filling gap activities - matching up activities - speaking activities - games (guessing games, word searches etc.) Have fun when teaching Spanish!
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French Body part (lesson + Booklet) / Les parties du corps en francais (leçon + exercice)

French Body part (lesson + Booklet) / Les parties du corps en francais (leçon + exercice)

Bonjour! Here is a colorful powerpoint presentation with 35 slides designed for beginners, pre-intermediate about body parts along with its booklet of 8 pages. It contains: * a detailed slide about what students should know and what they will learn * a self-target setting slide * a starter with a video and questions to trigger their speaking skills * an introduction of parts of the face and body (lot of vocabulary allowing extension for most able) * lots of speaking games to drill the language (disappearing game, ping-pong game, guessing game, simon says, drawing game in pairs etc.) * matching up activities * labelling the pictures * a reading with questions * a wordsearch. Lots of fun!
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ESL/EAL self-introduction, countries and nationalities Freebie

ESL/EAL self-introduction, countries and nationalities Freebie

Here’s a nice freebie with 8 slides to teach students English for the first time. The lesson is aimed at teenagers, young adults or adults with little or no English at all. It is all about giving them confidence in learning this new language. So whatever their mothertongue this should help they develop communicative skills quickly. It contains: 1. A brainstorming about why it is important to learn English with a fun short video 2. A writestorming about countries 3. A feedback with a brief grammar point about the use of articles with countries (aimed at more proficient students) 4. A geography activity so that they can reuse the vocabulary about countries with a map to label 5. A matching up activity between world countries and flags The full lesson with the student booklet activity for student can be found here : https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/esl-eal-self-introduction-countries-and-nationalities-11198850 Don't forget to comment and follow my store more freebies on their way !! https://www.tes.com/member/foxtrotters
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International Women’s Day in French (lesson +exercices)  Journée international  de la femme Francais

International Women’s Day in French (lesson +exercices) Journée international de la femme Francais

International Women’s Day is an important celebration worldwide and it is crucial to tell our students about their achievements. For that purpose here’s a presentation with 41 slides in French. It is aimed at intermediate or advanced students and it is interactive to allow a lot of discussion and debates about women’s rights and their impact on society. It contains: 1. a brainstorming with words related to the topic 2. a video that should allow some conversations between students 3. a thinking time about important women figures 4. a matching up with inventions/women 5. a song related as a tribute to women’s achievement with quotes from the song to think about 6. a filling gap activity 7. a quiz about women’s rights 8. a short grammar activity 9. a pair/group work to think about advantages/drawbacks of being a man/woman 10. a matching up with French laws in France about women 11. a reading activity with a filling gap 12. questions related to the text 13. two adds about women leading to a creative activity in groups 14. the story about Aung San Suu Kyi 15. Guessing games 16. Maze as a plenary. Enjoy!
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Learn about Spanish country and nationality (lesson + Exercices)/ Los paises y nacionalidades

Learn about Spanish country and nationality (lesson + Exercices)/ Los paises y nacionalidades

Teaching about countries and nationalities to beginners is often fun. How about having the vocabulary, grammar, exercises and games in just one resource? The PPT lesson and the booklet for students in this resource will help you teach in Spanish about European countries and nationalities along with grammar and fun games. You will also get the correction of the activities and notes in the PPT to guide your teaching and save you time! The PPT contains 25 slides with - a self-target setting slide - a detailed slide about what students should already know and what they will learn during the lesson - an introduction with a mini quiz about countries - a matching up between countries and flags - 3 grammar points about en/au, feminine and masculine adjectives and difference between a country and a nationality. - writing activities - quiz with celebrities and their nationalities - filling gaps and reading exercises, one is a Level 4 - a writing activity - a wordsearch as plenary - a review of objectives Enjoy and use the 10-page booklet for more efficiency. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any question ? Let's connect : Email : carolinemusserotte@teacherlocker.com Twitter : @teacherlocker Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/teacher.locker Website : www.teacherlocker.com Don't forget to follow my shop to get update about my new product.
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ESL/EAL lesson starter about food, like and opinion Unit1 Lesson3 Freebie

ESL/EAL lesson starter about food, like and opinion Unit1 Lesson3 Freebie

Hi everyone, As part of the elementary ESL series, here's the freebie of the new lesson about food, nationalities and countries (review from lesson 1), likes and opinions. If you need to introduce likes, dislikes, opinions, this new lesson is a great way to do it interactively as it contains 3 videos and 16 activities in total that will help you teach in a fun and communicative way. This lesson is aimed mainly at teenagers or adults but it can be adapted easily for a younger audience. This freebie contains 7 slides with : 1. a starter to review what has been done in lesson 2 2. an introduction to recap about countries and food items 3. a video about food in the world 4. a recap about what people eat according to the different countries 5. a recap about questions for nationalities and countries with celebrities guessing 6. a grammar point about he/she This is a starter/preview of Unit 1 lesson 3 food, like and opinion
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