Intermediate-Level Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Robot Recruiters
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate / Advanced
Time
60 + minutes
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Description
Have you applied for a job recently? Did you know that a computer might have scanned your resume and rejected you?

This worksheets looks at the (possibly worrying) growth of computers being used to sort out job applications.

Following the lead-in, there's collocation language building, a gap-fill reading and additional exercises and discussion.

Part of the discussion is an analysis of some common mistakes in resumes - not tailoring applications, mysterious gaps, inappropriate style and more.

It makes a great topic for discussion in both business and general English classes. Try it today!

 


 

Title
The Future of Flying
Target Structure
Vocabulary, Reading, Discussion
Level
Upper-Intermediate / Advanced
Time
60 + minutes
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Description
Do you enjoy flying? Is the experience one of flatbed seats, gourmet food and lots of legroom? Or is it cramped seating with unappetising food in foil containers?

This reading worksheet has a short text on the realities of flying and how it might change in the future. There's a lead-in, collocation matching, a reading passage, vocabulary work and lots of discussion.

It makes a great topic for conversation - try it with your students today!

 


 

Title
He's dressed to kill!
Target Structure
Idiom Building
Level
Intermediate +
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at some common expressions themed around clothing. Expressions studied include:
  • to have deep pockets
  • to be as tough as old boots
  • keep your shirt on
  • to tighten your belt
  • to drag your heels
  • at the drop of a hat


There are lots of exercises to practice and recycle the idioms, including discussion at the end of the lesson.

 


 

Title
Could you save more money?
Target Structure
Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion
Level
Intermediate +
Time
40-60 minutes
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How easy would it be to save a little more money? Could your students go without satellite / cable TV or their latest smartphone?

This worksheet has four people talking about how they are trying to save money. Following the lead-in and gap-fill reading, there is personalisation and discussion.

It's a great topic to get students talking about money and how much they like their creature comforts! Try it today!

 


 

Title
Infinitive of Purpose Crossword
Target Structure
Infinitive of Purpose
Level
Elementary to Intermediate
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Do your students need a fun way to learn to express purpose?

This worksheet looks at 'Infinitive of Purpose' ('I went to the supermarket to buy some bread..' etc.)

There is a gap fill crossword - each student has half the information. They can then give clues to their partner - e.g. 'I went here to borrow a book'.

This crossword is written for upper-elementary and lower-intermediate level classes.


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