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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
Automation
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary & Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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Could a robot do your job - or that of your students? Automation is set to affect us all, as artificial intelligence and robots replace us in the workforce.

This worksheet looks at upcoming changes, with a gap-fill reading, mix and match exercises, idiom building and more.

Your students will learn expressions including:

  • a game changer
  • to pick up steam
  • a fraction of the cost
  • sit idly
  • the Industrial Revolution

and more besides!

The lesson rounds off with discussion questions. Do your students already use AI? You could ask about Alexa, Siri, Cortana and smart devices. How well do they work?

This worksheet is written for upper-intermediate levels and above.



 


 

Title
A Halloween Party
Target Structure
Invitations
Level
Upper-Elementary, Lower-Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
Help your students with the language of invitations with this halloween party themed lesson.

Your students will learn expressions including:

* would you like to
* that sounds great / I'd love to
* the more the merrier
* I'm going as (a vampire)
* and more!

The lesson opens with a lead-in where your students tell each other about a recent party.

This is followed by a mix-and-match with students finding the two halves of sentences which will be used in the dialogue.

Following the dialogue, there are comprehension questions, and role-plays, with students going around the room, inviting and accepting invitations to halloween parties.

This worksheet is written for lower-level classes.

 


 

Title
Do you watch TV very much?
Target Structure
Adverbs of Frequency / Present Simple
Level
Elementary
Time
60+ minutes
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This worksheet combines a review of adverbs of frequency (often, never, occasionally etc.) with a conversation about TV viewing habits.

It's also a great way to review Present Simple questions and build some up-to-date vocabulary.

Vocabulary covered includes binge watch, dramas, comedies, classics, subscribe and more.

Following the lead-in, there is a question-gap-fill reading, vocabulary-building exercises, grammar analysis and discussion.

This worksheet is great for elementary-level students looking to improve their confidence.

 


 

Title
Absent Diners
Target Structure
Reading, vocabulary building, discussion
Level
Intermediate to Advanced
Time
60+ minutes
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Description
Restaurants always make a good topic for reading and discussion!

This worksheet looks at the problem of people no-showing for reservations.

Following the lead-in, and vocabulary matching exercise, there is a gap-fill reading, additional vocabulary practice and extended discussion.

Your students will learn language including:

* exacerbate a problem
* do something on a whim
* have limited success
* do something sheepishly

...and much more!

This worksheet is for intermediate to advanced level classes



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