One To One Teaching Activities « ESL Treasure. People watchingGo for a walk outside or look out of the window and analyses passers-by.
Have your student create crazy stories about people and be creative. Picture analysisTake in pictures for your students to analyses. Take the pressure off yourself and get them thinking. DialoguePrepare some dialogues or co-write some which are relevant to the topic of your lesson. Go through them together, playing a part each then switching roles.
Reading comprehensionUse reading materials in your one to on lessons. HangmanThis is a classic word game whereby you think of a sentence, set out the underscores on the paper where a letter goes and have them attempt to guess the phrase. Word cardsPrepare some word cards to make sentences with. BattleshipsGive your student a blank piece of A4 paper. Use the relevant vocabulary according to your grammar point. Public Transport - ESL Lesson Plan. 2-Page Mini-Lesson. UK might ban food on public transport Download this mini-lesson Try easier levels of this lesson: Public Transport - Level 0, Public Transport - Level 1 or Public Transport - Level 2.
Download the 27-page lesson | More mini-lessons The reading The United Kingdom's government is thinking about banning all food and drink on public transport. Make sure you try all of the online activities for this reading and listening - There are dictations, multiple choice, drag and drop activities, crosswords, hangman, flash cards, matching activities and a whole lot more. Professor Davies reported that there are twice as many overweight schoolchildren today as there were 30 years ago. 191012 public transport m. TeachingEnglish. English Games - Article of the English Language.
English tests - Learn English - Online grammar tests, dictation tests, vocabulary tests, memory tests, daily test, and reading and comprehension tests. Eating out. English Grammar. English idioms. English idioms, proverbs, and expressions are an important part of everyday English.
They come up all the time in both written and spoken English. Because idioms don't always make sense literally, you'll need to familiarize yourself with the meaning and usage of each idiom. That may seem like a lot of work, but learning idioms is fun, especially when you compare English idioms to the idioms in your own language. The Visual Guide to English Prepositions Part 1/2. The Visual Guide to English Prepositions Part 2/2. 11 Drawings to Remember English Rules Forever. This blog post was so popular that I turned it into a book: 102 Little Drawings That Will Help You Remember English Rules FOREVER (Probably).
It’s available as an eBook and paperback. Click here to get your copy. Have you ever had a problem that you just couldn’t solve for ages? Then suddenly someone says one word, or just shows you one simple picture, and you get that “aha” moment — you suddenly understand everything? Well, over the many, many years I’ve been teaching English, I’ve found that some simple images can help explain rules in English that cause so many problems for people.
Hopefully, they’ll help you, too. The Big, Fat English Tenses Overview (With PDF) Would you prefer to read this post as a PDF?
Click here. Also, check out the Ultimate Guide to Numbers in English. First, take a look at this image. It shows all of the tenses in English. Large English Vocabulary Word Lists (ESL/EFL) English Grammar Rules - The Definitive Grammar Handbook. Football Vocabulary: 23 Essential Words and Phrases. This is part three of a series on football vocabulary in English.
If you want more, check out How to Say Football Scores in English and 9 People in Football (And What They Do). Well, we’ve made it this far! It’s almost the end of a rather exciting World Cup. I’m actually one of those people who usually run to the hills while football mania is going on. But this year has been really rather interesting. And I’ve realised that football is quite a complex sport. I’ve also realised something else: it’s sometimes good fun to talk about football.
And, as we come to the final match, now is one of those times! Parts of the Football Stadium When you’re talking about football, it’s important to know the different parts of the stadium and the pitch. Rules in Football But what about the actual game itself? We sometimes want to be able to describe what happened in the match, right?
Football, like most sports, has a lot of rules and procedures. The Different Stages of the Match First half / Second half. Adele - Hello. Practice listening comprehension - Family Characters - Lingorank.com. Practice listening comprehension - Life in Portugal - Lingorank.com. Practice listening comprehension - Language Learning - Lingorank.com. MicroEnglish. ESL Practice Conversation: Tomorrow's Meeting. English Language Practice: Ordering at a Restaurant. Knowing how to order food at a restaurant is an important task for any beginner-level English learner. Here are two short dialogues to help you learn common questions and answers used at restaurants.
Dialogue and Multiple Choice Questions: Planning a Party. This dialogue focuses on planning a party in the future.
Practice this dialogue with a friend or classmate. As you read and understand the dialogue, note future forms. Planning a Party (two neighbors talking) Martha: What horrible weather today. Martha: I hope you're right. Martha: Well, a number of people haven't told me yet. ESL Beginner Dialogue—What's in Your Office? Speaking about objects in your office means that you'll need to understand the use of 'there is' and 'there are', as well as 'any' or 'some' for asking and answering questions about those objects.
You'll also practice using prepositions of place to describe where the objects in your office are located. Practice the dialogue with your partner and then continue discussing your own office or school. What's in Your Office? David: I've got a new office now…Maria: That's great! Congratulations. ESL Lesson Plan to Teach the Future Tenses "Going to" and "Will"
Making the choice to use "will" or "going to" is difficult for many ESL students.
This lesson focuses on providing context for students so that they can understand the basic difference between something that is planned for the future (use of "going to") and a spontaneous decision (use of "will"). Students first study a short dialog and answer some questions. After this, students give answers to a number of questions which elicit either 'will' or 'going to'. Finally, students get together for some small talk to practice. 7 Expressions with Get. These micro-dictation exercises contain 7 different expressions with Get.
‘Get’ is one of the most common verbs in the English language. As well as having several basic meanings (and being used in grammatical structures like the passive) it is also used in a lots and lots of idioms and fixed expressions. Learning some of these idioms and expressions is a very good way of improving your understanding of everyday conversation, while also making your own English more varied and natural. This exercise contains 7 micro-dictations, each one containing a different idiom or expression with Get. See how much you can understand, try to guess the meaning of the expression, and then check the definition.