For this week we’ll be describing parts of the house. The aim is to get into the habit of using a wider range of terms rather than the typical “nice, big, pretty, etc”. Here’s a wordcloud and a flipping card quiz as a starter.
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
Here’s another word formation activity I’ve just put together. Didn’t I mention I’d set some up? Told you so!
Here’s a MCC I’ve just created from scratch that deals with the topic of Do It Yourself (DIY).
As a teacher that has taught all levels of English (or almost all levels, anyway), I realised that teaching beginners can be as challenging as teaching C2s students. The first reason for this is that adult learners usually feel very shy and self-conscious about making mistakes in front of their classmates so they need to…… Continue reading A1- A2 How To Say and Understand Phone Numbers in English
Here’s another word formation activity based on a text that aims to capture readers’ interest for this thriller by Alyssa Cole. The text and picture is from Goodreads.com
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What’s in a bathroom? Click on the following links to learn bathroom vocabulary and there structure ‘there is’ to speak about the existence of things in singular. You also have a quiz to see how many new words you learnt. https://videopress.com/v/7l2Z5hsc?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&autoPlay=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Serena’s blog
Here’s a slide presentation with some furniture vocabulary and two quizzes so that you can test what you learnt. You will also see the structures ‘there is a/an’ and ‘there are…’ in a short video. Click here for vocabulary practice related to bedrooms https://videopress.com/v/5mpEZ59C?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Serena’s blog