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Title
I'm starving!
Target Structure
Modifiers
Level
Elementary
Time
45 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at 'modifiers' such as 'really', 'pretty', 'fairly' and 'not very'.

There's a gap-fill conversation, followed by practice exercises. The worksheet rounds off with an interview exercise, so that the students can personalise the language, and find out the opinions of their classmates.

This worksheet is written for elementary-level students.

 


 

Title
Business Needs Analysis
Target Structure
Needs Analysis
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
n/a minutes
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Description
If you have a new higher-level business class, you'll want to be sure that you know your students' goals.

Find out about their needs and expectations with this business needs analysis handout.

You could give it to the students before the course begins. Alternatively, you could put students in pairs, and have them interview each other.

We're going to add some general-English needs analysis sheets in coming months. Let us know if you have any requests!

 


 

Title
The Questions of Life
Target Structure
Mixed Post-Elementary Questions
Level
Elementary to Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
Can your students ask these biographical questions correctly? Are they using natural English? If not, this could be the chance. Controlled question practice plus an interview session to try the questions out.

Great for both upper-elementary and lower-intermediate students.

 


 

Title
About Your English
Target Structure
Needs Analysis (General English)
Level
Intermediate to Advanced
Time
20 minutes
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Description
Do you have a new class or new student? This worksheet can be used to discover what his/her needs are for English.

This worksheet has a number of questions for your students to answer. Find out about their expectations for your classes. They can also tell you how they feel about their own English skills.

You could give it to the students before the course begins. Alternatively, you could put students in pairs, and have them interview each other.

We also have a business version of this worksheet.

 


 

Title
Hopes and Plans
Target Structure
Want / Would Like / Plan / Hope
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Get your students talking about their hopes and plans with this communicative worksheet.

The handout focuses on:

* I want to
* I would like to
* I am planning to
* I am hoping to

There is a short gap-fill reading, followed by practice exercises and vocabulary building.

The lesson rounds off with a class survey, where your students can interview their classmates about their hopes and plans.

This worksheet is written for pre-intermediate level students.


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