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05

Apr'17

Food Vocabulary

Download and use these cards with food vocabulary to do a variety of activities with your class.

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26

Mar'17

The Sunday Review #4

As self-study or as a whole class review, these slides can help your students learn to recognize errors in their sentences. …

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25

Mar'17

Simple Present vs. Present Progressive

Get your students collaborating and working together to practice the simple present and present progressive with these handouts.

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19

Mar'17

The Sunday Review: #3

As self-study or as a whole class review, these slides can help your students learn to recognize errors in their sentences. …

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18

Mar'17

Things in My House – To Have Practice

This handout will help students practice the verb "have" to talk about things they have in their house.

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12

Mar'17

The Sunday Review: #2

Last week, TESOL Planner debuted the first of a weekly grammar review to help learners practice noticing errors. Although it’s …

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05

Mar'17

The Sunday Review

This week, TESOL Planner is releasing the first in a series of grammar practice slide shares to offer English learners the opportunity to study and review on their own. If you’ve ever found yourself asking "How can I improve my English?” then The Sunday Review is a great resource to add to your study routine.

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04

Mar'17

Error Correction

Correction Symbols are useful because they help the students see the types of mistakes that they are making, so they can work to eliminate them. After grading something, I'll often write a note to the student saying something like "review SVA" when I see that the student is making a lot of one particular type of error.

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02

Mar'17

Demonstrative Pronouns Exercise

This activity is great because it gets students out of their chairs and practicing the close / far aspect of demonstrative pronouns in a physical way. During the activity, I could tell my students were connected, engaged, and talking through the grammar with their partner. After the activity, they said that is was fun.

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26

Feb'17

Demonstrative Pronoun Slides

These slides introduce and practice the demonstrative pronouns this, these, that, and those. The slides go over statements and questions and include practice activities for the students to do.

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26

Feb'17

Present Perfect Bingo

Present perfect bingo is a great way to practice question in the present perfect and also the idea that it's unfinished time; the questions ask about life experiences, and obviously, their lives are unfinished.

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24

Feb'17

Simple Present Morning Routines

This activity gives students a chance to prepare for the discussion by writing down their answers in advance, and then it allows students to walk around and talk to their classmates.

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21

Feb'17

Present Progressive Go Fish

As a language teacher, I'm always trying to find ways for my students to practice English in an interactive and interesting way. This activity is a card game which gets students to practice asking questions in the present progressive.

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