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Students explore English vocabulary by viewing a television program in class. For this medical terms lesson, students view the show "Grey's Anatomy" on television and identify English medical terms that are used. Students reflect on medical procedures that took place and complete a medical dictionary worksheet.
Students fix comma splices. In this ESL lesson, students recognize comma splices and find ways to fix them. They complete a worksheet finding comma splices and correct sentences.
The expected, unexpected, retrospective, and respected perspective of teaching overseas.
Students explore world history by answering study questions on a worksheet. In this Mexican fables lesson, students utilize their English skills to read myths from Mexico and identify the plots, settings and characters. Students discuss the meanings of myths and complete a worksheet based upon details in the myth.
For this advanced proficiency level ESL vocabulary worksheet, students choose the correct words to complete 10 sentences. They make choices from 4 words that require them to use higher levels of English skills.
In this ESL prepositions worksheet, students read 5 sentences and find the mistakes in preposition use. Students correct each sentence.
For this ESL conversation worksheet, students use the 20 answers given here to reconstruct an interview with Mr. X. Students provide the questions that would have been asked.
Explore the vivid world of colors with this straightforward ESL presentation. Each slide presents a color word in its color (the word "red" is colored red) and a picture to accompany the word. The presentation would be a good review tool for colors in English, or a good introduction to a lesson.
In this ESL worksheet, students will choose the correct word or phrase from a list of three choices to best complete each sentence.
For this ESL find someone who... scavenger hunt worksheet, students read clues and find another student who fits the clues. They may have to find someone who is an only child, has been to Sweden, can tell a joke in English or does not drink beer or wine. They write the name of that person next to the clue.
For this ESL guided writing worksheet, students complete sentences to write about their Saturday activities. They fill in blanks telling about the time they woke up, what they ate, what the did during the day, and when they went to bed.
In this ESL survey learning exercise, student and the teacher fill in a table while answering whether they have certain items. They mark off whether they have a dog, a TV, a computer, a bike, along with 8 other items.
In this ESL house and garden word learning exercise, learners examine a picture of a house that contains 18 labels. They write the names of the labeled items on the numbered blank lines.
In this ESL discussion worksheet, students read (or are read to) 6 situations that seem illogical. Students discuss these riddles and try to "solve" them. Then the answers may be read and talked about.
In this ESL error correction and editing learning exercise, learners determine which line in an essay about Kuwait contains missing words. There is an original version for teachers included.
In this ESL reading comprehension worksheet, students will read a short article for understanding. Upon competition, students will focus on 6 vocabulary words and respond to 7 true/false reading comprehension questions.
In this ESL legal and education vocabulary worksheet, students complete 17 sentences using the proper legal and education vocabulary. They fill in the blanks in each sentence.
In this ESL past perfect worksheet, students read a situation and 3 possible effects. Students choose the sentence that best explains the reason for the event indicated. There are 10 sentences on the page to complete.
In this ESL vocabulary building worksheet, students read 10 sentences that each have a missing word. For each question, students choose the best answer from 4 similar choices.