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NEW! Easy Halloween Printable ESL Worksheet
Looking for ESL worksheet on Halloween? This easy unseen worksheet is a great ESL activity days before Halloween. Designed for a 45-60 minutes English lesson (depending on the students' level), it includes a pre-reading exercise, an easy reading text about Halloween, vocabulary exercises and reading comprehension questions. The worksheet can be also used as a homework.
NEW! Easy Halloween Worksheet for Computerized Classrooms
Ideal for modern computerized ESL classrooms, this easy digital Halloween worksheet offers few fun activities, including online translation, short research and sending an online Halloween invitation. Practice important Internet skills together with learning English!
NEW! Celebrations Trivia Game
This fun trivia game includes questions about four celebrations: Songkran, Bar Mitzva, Halloween and Eid El-Fitr. It can be used as a warm-up activity for topics on holidays and celebrations, or to fill the extra time during the lesson. The ppt file can be easily customized to have any other questions and answers!
Easy Introduction Survey Game for ESL Students
Another interesting way to start a school year in the English classroom is to play a "Survey Game". In addition to development of speaking skills, students will have an opportunity to know each other better. The teacher is more than welcome to participate!
School's Back! Ice-breaker Lesson Plan
Are you looking for a simple ESL lesson plan to start your school year in a new class? Something easy and breezy to set up the class rules? Check out our short PowerPoint presentation, created especially for this case! A follow-up worksheet will help you to understand the students better.
Lemon Tree Song Lesson Plan
Many people have learned English by listening to the songs, singing along and trying to understand the lyrics. Teachers all over the world use songs as a part of a lesson, or build a whole lesson on a song.
Here is a 40-minute ESL lesson plan that is based on the song "Lemon Tree" by Fools Garden.
Present Simple Lesson Plan
Ready-to-use grammar lesson plan for beginners with detailed explanation of Present Simple Tense, including regular and negative form, formation of questions and time expressions. This lesson plan is ideal for teaching private lessons, and it can be also used as an online lesson plan.
St Valentine's Day Worksheet
Are you looking for an ESL/EFL worksheet about St Valentine's Day with tasks? Here it is - a short and easy reading comprehension text, with pre-reading tasks, vocabulary exercises and comprehension questions. You can use this text and make your own exercises or download a print-out version of the St Valentine's Day lesson below.
Dyslexia is what people call almost any learning disability among children. In this article we'll discuss the correct use of the word "dyslexia" and try to understand its signs. Also we'll talk about what a teacher can do if he recognizes the signs of dyslexia for one of the students.
IELTS and TOEFL Language Evaluation Exams
What is the IELTS language evaluation test? Why do universities demand the results of IELTS from new immigrants and international students in order to accept them to the educational institution? What is the difference between IELTS and TOEFL tests? Let's get things clear.