What activities can we use in order to help our students revise and consolidate their knowledge of various phrasal verbs? Keep reading to discover my 5 activity ideas.
In this post, I would like to share some ideas how to help students stay in touch with English over the summer break. Continue Reading …
This is an idea for a quick game with advanced students that requires virtually no preparation. The aim is to help them remember the importance of proofreading their written work.
In this post, I would like to share activity ideas that employ using realia. Here is the selection of objects I enjoy including in my lessons. They work for both face to face and online settings. Beware, we are about to get personal!
In this post, you can find extra ideas for activities concerning unreal past, wishes, and hypothetical meaning. They were designed for C1/C2 students and aim at providing some context for using new structures. Activities should be used for further practice or revision.
In this quick speaking activity students practice using cleft sentences (It + be, What, The reason why, It wasn’t until). It was designed with C1 students in mind. It works with both groups and individual learners. It takes up to 10 minutes and is perfect for revision, warm-up, or finishing the lesson. Continue Reading …
In this post, you will find some exam practice exercises which help your students improve their score in the Reading and Use of English (part 4) part of the Cambridge First exam.
In this lesson students discuss the usefulness of various 2016 inventions. In the second stage of the lesson, students work with word formation exercises, modelled after Cambridge Advanced Use of English Part 3. The lesson is aimed at B2+ students, especially those who are planning to take the Cambridge Advanced exam. The class takes around 45 minutes to complete.
The aim of this activity is for the students to practice their listening and speaking skills. It is suitable for any level, groups of 2 and more students. It is best used to create interest in the lesson topic or to close the class.