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ESL - My house

ESL - My house
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Rooms in a House for Young ESL Learners Worksheet 1: Rooms in a House Basic writing worksheet for kitchen, living room, dining room, bathroom, and bedroom. Large Flash Card Set 1: Places/Rooms in and around a House Flashcards for kitchen, living room, dining room, bathroom, hallway, yard, garage, and bedroom. Worksheet 2: Places Around a House Vocabulary Worksheet This vocabulary worksheet displays fifteen different locations around a home. Worksheet 3: Where are they? Basic writing worksheet for answering the question: Where is he? Worksheet 4: Where are they? Basic writing worksheet for answering the question: Where is he? Worksheet 5: Where Do You Sleep? Students answers questions with rooms in a house. Reading Selection: A Family at Home Simple reading selection that talks about where family members are in the house and what they are doing.

Tags: Housing English Login See more See less FAQ | About us | Terms of Use | Your Privacy | Your Copyright | Advertise with Us | Press | Links | Contact The iSLCollective Team | Google+ Loading in progress... message Spin Wheel Game ESL Interactive Fun Games Here we have the games carefully laid out for you. Follow the links to browse the variety of games offered. This is only the directory for interactive games and exercises. Our ESL fun games here include : Snakes and Ladders, Hangman, Spelling games, Wheel of Fortune, TV Games(Betting Game), Mazes, Memory Games, Matching exercises, Sequencing exercises, Picture Quizzes, Catch it and more. Grammar Games & Interactive Exercises - Click Here! Games for Practising Grammar: Present simple/present progressive games, past tense games, present perfect games, comparative/Superlatives and more... Vocabulary Games & Interactive Exercises - Click Here! Games for practising English vocabulary: Lots of games by topics and game types Pronunciation Games & Interactive Exercises - Click Here! Games to practice English pronunciation, phonetics and phonics. Reading/Spelling Games & Interactive Exercises - Click Here! Games and exercises to practice reading, spelling and lexis

THE BEST HOLIDAYS OF MY LIFE | Create WebQuest Now, let's see how you can do this work. You must answer the questions on the task section and write a text without repetitions and witrh corect sentences. Then choose the photos you would like to include in your work. You have to digitalise them. Then you must think about how you are going to present your work to your colleagues (word document, PowerPoint presentation or glogster presentation). If you choose a PowerPoint presentation, follow this structure. 1st slide –cover – Here you write the title of your work and add an image which is related to the main subject. 2nd slide – introduction – Here you present the main subject you are going to talk about. 3rd, 4th, 5th slides – development - Here you can enrich your work with details and photos of the holiday you have chosen. 6th slide – conclusion – Here you can explain why you chose that holiday and what you have learnt with this work. 7th slide – bibliography – Here you must indicate the sites or books you researched to do your work.

How to Teach the English Present Simple Teaching the present simple tense is one of the first, and most important tasks when teaching beginners. It's a good idea to teach the present simple of the verb 'to be' to begin with, and introduce simple adjectives to help students expand their understanding of the verb 'to be'. After English learners are comfortable with the present and past forms of the verb 'to be', teaching the present simple and past simple will be much easier. Introducing the Present Simple Start by Modeling the Present Simple Most English learners are false beginners. I get up at six thirty in the morning.I teach at the Portland English School.I have lunch at one o'clock. etc. Students will recognize most of these verbs. When do you have dinner? Continue by asking students the same questions. Introduce Third Person - S Once the students are comfortable speaking about their own basic daily activities, introduce the third person singular for 'he' and 'she' which will prove the most difficult for students.

Renting Apartments - Housing Complaints Finding a good apartment for rent sometimes takes time, but things always come up. What kinds of complaints or problems do tenants experience when renting a home or apartment? Briefly discuss these ideas with a partner. Explain one solution for each problem you came up with. Listen to the conversation by pressing the "Play Audio" button and answer the questions. [ Other Audio Options: Play RealMedia ] Listen to the conversation again as you read the Quiz Script. Review the Explanation of Answers. What would you do if you were Mr. you decide to speak to the man in 4B by yourself you call up the landowners next door to complain you visit the owner's office to vent your frustrations Imagine that you need to make the following improvements and repairs to your home. a leaky and cracked toilet an old and inefficient water heater a broken window a new air conditioning system Want to Tell People About This Listening Activity?

How Much Is It: A Shopping Lesson Plan by Chris Gunn Time: Up to 4 hours depending on how much the teacher wishes to use. Materials: To give to the students. Introductory Vocabulary Exercises. Information Gap Conversation and Class Survey Comparative Grammar Practice and Shopping Role-play 5 Pages of Vocabulary and Expressions Worksheets Materials: For the teacher. Product Information Sheets Part 1: Introduction to the Unit Vocabulary If time permits, write the unit vocabulary expressions on the board before the class begins. Look at the groupings of words and ask students to come up with a heading for each group. Next, go over the part of the bill talking about discounts, tax, and tips. Finally, go over cheap, expensive, and reasonable. Part 2: Information Gap This part is pretty much self-explanatory. Note: the 'Conversation Strategy' for this unit is confirming. Part 3: Class Survey and Social Strategy In this section, students can practice complimenting each other. Complimenting properly is a form of pragmatic competence.

Housing: Renting Apartments / Buying Houses Renting an apartment or taking out a home mortgage loan to buy a house are major decisions in one's life. In other cases, students might live in dormitories on campus or even stay with a homestay family which can give them opportunities to interact with native speakers. Listen to the words below and consult a dictionary if you need a definition. Write a sample sentence for each word to learn how it is used in context. [ Other Audio Options: Play RealMedia | Play Window Media ] apartment apartment manager carport condominium dormitory down payment duplex furnished / unfurnished gas / light / water bill housing landlord mortgage payment parking space rent roommate security deposit tenant townhouse utilities yard Now, complete the sentences below with the best answer: What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in an apartment or owning a house (e.g., cost, amount of privacy, etc.).

Place Value Charts Math > Place Value Chart < you are here Place value of Whole Numbers Related pages Canada Map/Quiz Worksheet - 1. What ocean forms Canada's western border? ________________________ 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.