This is the innovative class activity .
Suitable for most language levels and age groups
An activity that involves collaboration with the whole class to write a story that uses the target language. In the example we’re looking at non-defining relative clauses with a B1+ teen class, but adaptions for other grammar points and levels are discussed at the end. This is intended to be the production stage of a lesson.
A fun pronunciation game from Mike Astbury.
It’s highly flexible and can be played with students of any level from elementary to advanced.
– Includes printable cards to practise '-ed' endings in the past simple/past participle forms of regular verbs
Pronunciation of past simple verbs
This is an activity to help students recognise the differences in pronunciation of regular past verbs. Students find the solutions themselves, making the language more memorable: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/pronunciation-past-simple-verbs?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=bc-teachingenglish
Very useful materials for the lessons
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