As we’re covering the topic of entertainment, as usual I’ve created a wordcloud and a flipping card activity. I know I may seem a bit boring as I’m always posting some flipping card or something similar. But the thing is that I can’t help it because these cards are so versatile offering me such a…… Continue reading B2 Flipping cards for shows and entertainment
Hi there everybody! Here you have a little quiz with 13 phrasal verbs related to paying and owing money. As usual, read the questions, or the description and guess which is the missing preposition. By the way, in this activity you’ll have an example that will help you get the correct guess.
I’m not teaching C levels this year, but as I’m doing one of these IBsteam courses (accreditation for technological skills), I couldn’t keep myself from producing this linguistic mediation activity. In this mediation, students should be able to cope with two tasks that are closely knitted. One part of the mediation is to explain the…… Continue reading C1 Written mediation: Reliable information
Hi there! In this post, you’ll learn the basics for opinion essay writing. Click on the button to start a guided lesson and tips for this writing model.
With some people finding it hard to make ends meet and others doing their best to be sustainable, many of us like to give it a go at DIY. However, it’s true that on many occasions we end up with a handful of screws or even worse, an injury or having to call a professional…… Continue reading B2 Flipping cards vocabulary for jobs around the house
Just as a warm-up or an icebreaker, try out this food quiz. I’d put the class in teams and allow only about half a minute for the players to answer.
Here’s another word formation activity I’ve just put together. Didn’t I mention I’d set some up? Told you so!
Serena’s blog A lot of adjectives are formed by adding a -y to a noun. Some examples of this are salt >salty and spice > spicy. Sometimes the changes are larger like in the word hunger > hungry. But not all words that end in -y are adjectives formed from a noun, because on some…… Continue reading B2 Word formation Food Nouns to adjectives
This is a word formation activity to help learners of English understand how English words are formed. In this post, words are formed by changing an adjective (bad) to an adverb (badly). As you can see from these examples, we usually add -ly to the adjectives and maybe, we also make a small change. All…… Continue reading B2 Word formation Adverbs
Here’s a MCC I’ve just created from scratch that deals with the topic of Do It Yourself (DIY).