Advanced-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Idioms about the Body
Target Structure
Idioms
Level
Intermediate to Advanced
Time
45 minutes
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Description
If your students are interested in idioms, this lesson is perfect for your class!

Taking 'body idioms' as a theme, this worksheet teaches:

* on the tip of my tongue
* lend me a hand
* a pain in the neck
* costs an arm and a leg
* get cold feet

There are five different exercises, including a discussion at the end.

 


 

Title
Culture Shock!
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
60+ minutes
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Description
Have any of your students lived abroad? If so, they might have experienced culture shock. Even if they haven't, what things would they miss about their own country?

This reading-based worksheet has an article on culture shock, as well as vocabulary questions, and word-family practice.

With discussion questions at the end, this worksheet is bound to get your higher-level students talking.

 


 

Title
Do you feel lucky?
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
This worksheet takes 'luck' as a theme, looking at whether some people are luckier than others.

There are vocabulary-building exercises, a reading, and plenty of discussion.

It's great for upper-intermediate and advanced-level students.

 


 

Title
Trading Up
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Description
This advanced-level reading is the story of someone who managed, through a series of exchanges, to go from a paperclip to a house!

This worksheet has seven different activities, including reading, vocabulary building, and speaking / discussion practice. It's a great way to build your students' vocabulary range and speaking skills.

 


 

Title
Whose language is it anyway?
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Advanced and Upper Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
An estimated two billion people speak English. Yet only 400 million of these people are native speakers. How does this affect English?

This worksheet has vocabulary building, reading, summarizing and discussion practice.

'Whose language is it anyway?' is written for advanced-level students. However, with some additional assistance, it can easily be used in intermediate-level classes.


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