The topic of this Verb Tenses Worksheet is centered around the words of ‘Holidays’. Aside from it teaches Verb Tenses in English and is a useful material for developing students’ Reading and Writing skills.
How Verb Tenses Worksheet done:
This worksheet has two versions – for male or female. The activity is completing the sentences in 1-10 with the phrases in a-j.
This downloadable worksheet is a great resource for business/professional students, high school students, elementary school students and adults at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2) and Intermediate (B1) level.
These templates are good for honing your student’s listening and writing skills. These will encourage them to be as creative as possible by making their own set of questions.
How it is done:
The students should come up with their own set of questions with the first word as the guide to start. Make sure they’re grammatically correct. Identical questions should not be allowed in pairs.
This worksheet is recommended for high school students, elementary school students and adults at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2), Advanced (C1) and Proficient (C2) level.
This worksheet is a valuable material for developing your students’ Writing skills. Its topic is centered around the vocabulary of Environment.
How the land matching worksheet is done:
Just find the words that will match the pictures, the choices are below the pictures.
The present downloadable worksheet is recommended for high school students, elementary school students, kindergartners and nursery school students and adults at Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2) and Intermediate (B1) level.
Students love Mr. Bean. He is funny, quirky and makes for a good laugh. If used correctly, video lessons such as Mr. Bean, are great for teaching students different parts of speech. And the great thing about this present continuous video lesson on Mr.Bean, is that it pauses so that student have time to think and write down their sentences.
How I taught this video lesson Mr Bean
Like my previous lesson on present continuous I had a student who understood the concept well demonstrate for review to the other students. I guided him to get the point across properly without confusing the students who didn’t quite get. Then I said this is a video review for that lesson. See the preview of the worksheet below.
Create a word search with the main key words from the worksheet.
Make a short power point of just images of the words and then have the students match the images with the correct word.
Present continuous video lesson Mr. Bean worksheet preview
Actions in present continuous worksheet (download link below) for intermediate students. The worksheet has color and works well with B1 to C1 level students. It requires knowledge of gerunds and how to use them properly in a sentence. The worksheets has sentence scramble to make sure students are able to put sentences in the correct order along with a picture that demonstrates the action they are suppose to write about.
Then in the second section students are suppose to define the words in their own language. And the last section is a nice and simple word search of the words.
The way I taught it
I had students come up with some action verbs and I wrote them on the board
Then I took a few of the verbs and wrote a sentence using an action that a student was doing in class, for example I took the action verb write and I wrotehe is writing.
Thus showing the students what needed to be done and the change making write a gerund. Then I explained to them that since the action is on-going, that’s why it is present continuous.
Then I had one of the really bright students demonstrate his one. Then I handed out the worksheet after doing question one with them.