Elementary-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Could you quit social media?
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary, Discussion
Level
Elementary to Lower-Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
Are your students active on social media? Are they uploading photos of their meals to Instagram or are they glued to Twitter or Facebook?

Or perhaps they prefer to call people instead?

This worksheet has short vox-pop readings, with vocabulary-building exercises and discussion questions.

This worksheet is written for upper-elementary students and above.


 


 

Title
Halloween Phrasal Quiz
Target Structure
Spooky Phrasal Verbs
Level
Elementary to Lower-Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description

Get into the Halloween spirit with our spooky Halloween Phrasal Quiz!

Your students need to match the phrasal verb on the bat-sheet with the correct caption.

The phrasal verbs covered are:

  • look up
  • hold on
  • look forward to
  • pass out
  • turn up
  • get up
  • throw away
  • come across

This worksheet is written for elementary to lower intermediate classes. It's a fun way to bring a bit of Halloween into your class - while still teaching some useful language!



 


 

Title
Can you tell me about your company?
Target Structure
Basic Company Questions and Answers
Level
Upper Elementary / Lower Intermediate
Time
30 + minutes
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Description
How well can your lower-level students ask and answer questions about someone's company?

This worksheet starts off with a quiz. (Can your students guess when some famous companies were founded?)

This is followed by a pre-conversation gap-fill on question words. (Matching when, what, how many, where).

There is a conversation for your students to practice in pairs (or with you), comprehension questions, role-playing and personalisation.

This worksheet is ideal for upper-elementary and pre-intermediate level students.

 


 

Title
What do you think of driverless cars?
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Upper-Elem / Pre-Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
There are lots of stories about self-driving cars in the news in the last few years. This worksheet brings the topic to your lower-level classes.

'Driverless Cars' has a vocabulary matching exercise, followed by three short gap-fill vox pops. The lesson continues with comprehension questions, exercises to personalise the target language and finally discussion questions.

Your students will learn (or review) vocabulary including:

reliable
not keen (on something)
commute
can't wait
...and more

This worksheet is designed for upper elementary or lower-intermediate level classes.


 


 

Title
Watching the Winter Olympics
Target Structure
General Lower Level
Level
Upper Elementary / Pre-Intermediate
Time
30 + minutes
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Description
With the Winter Olympics about to begin, we have updated our 'Watching the Olympics' worksheet so that it's ready for the 2016 games.

Following the lead-in, there is a short conversation practicing some common lower-level expressions, including:
  • interested in
  • favourite
  • can't wait
  • and more...
The conversation is followed by practice exercises, giving your students the opportunity to personalise the language.

The lesson rounds off with some simple discussion questions. Which events will your students watch? How many medals will their country win?

This worksheet is a great way to bring the Olympics to your lower-level classes!


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