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tense revision jigsaw puzzle – what it looks like

Here are some pictures to illustrate my favourite tense revision puzzle. very easy – you just give a “skeleton” and a pile of cards to your students to put together. And then you give a full copy to compare with … Continue reading

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a speaking activity on degree modifiers (comparatives and superlatives)

here is a new speaking activity to practise degree modifiers used for comparing things (much more reliable, by far the best, slightly less engaging, etc). Adjectives and degrees of comparison is actually one of my most favourite topics)) It is … Continue reading

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a photo for a “highly flexible activity”

here is an example of the activity I described a couple of days ago. as you can see I have quite a collection of post-its;))

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a highly flexible activity

Here is one more easily adaptable game you can use with any level depending on its contents. I used it for the first time with an elementary group where we worked with international express elementary. I wanted my students to … Continue reading

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a new (pro-Dogme) board game on grammar tenses ))

This board game uses various tenses, so it helps to revise the usage of the whole tense system at the end of a course or series of lessons. It can be used with adults, young adults and even teenagers during … Continue reading

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a new worksheet& a board game on prefixes

here is a new (I’ve been planning to create it for ages) worksheet and a boardgame on prefixes. First students remember and refresh their knowledge about prefixes and their meanings, then they play a boardgame and then they play “secret … Continue reading

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