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Teacher’s notes for the Leadership Worksheet

Have finally finished teaching notes for the Leadership worksheet. Couldn’t help improving and rewriting the Leadership worksheet, so here it is again, updated and upgraded! Now there is a follow-up section too! lesson share leadership Teachers notes leadership Related articles … Continue reading

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A tense revision jigsaw puzzle

I’d like to share with you one of my favourites: a puzzle on English tenses system. Works great with men, or at least with people who have analytical mindset, and with people who appreciate clear structures. It’s very simple – … Continue reading

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Using images in class

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notes on the go: what I’ve changed after getting the feedback from the editor on the material

As I have already mentioned, the feedback I got from the editor in ELTteacher2writer (Eltteacher2writer.com) was highly constructive, and it contained a lot of positive comments which was of course very pleasant to read. As for the critisism, it was … Continue reading

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Here is a follow-up task for the leadership worksheet. Something you can start the next lesson with, or might use as a short homework. The task is, of course, to match the features to an appropriate style and to comment … Continue reading

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an ESP activity on leadership

This is a new speaking&reading activity inspired by my old experience of making an ESP course on leadership for a very important person in a very important bank. At the time my student was preparing to go on a very … Continue reading

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an activity on positive feedback – reviewed

Recently I’ve been reading a book on how to write vocabulary materials. For me the best way to remember anything is to put it into practice, that’s why along with reading I was writing a material. It took me some … Continue reading

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an activity on sharing positive impressions

have been working on it for more than a week, and here it is – a vocabulary activity on how to give positive feedback about books, movies, rerstaurants and trips. It is based on authentic reviews and lets your students … 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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