Teaching English Language Teacher Resources
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Learners utilize Internet sites to improve word recognition, increase vocabulary and comprehension of the English language. They complete a worksheet stating facts from selected Internet sites. They write a composition about the web sites they visit.
In these English Language pronoun worksheets, students use the images to help them determine the correct pronoun for each picture: he or she.
In these English Language adjective worksheets, students describe the first set of pictures that illustrate opposites. Students then describe the shapes by color and write sentences using the adjectives. Students finish with a color and write adjective activity.
In these English Language grammar worksheets, 3rd graders complete five worksheets of various activities that help them recognize and correctly use the terms 'there is' and 'there are.'
In these English Language emotions worksheets, students complete several different activities that help them find the correct emotions for the pictures and exercises.
Learners encounter a variety of grammar structures and vocabularies in the English language. Students get involved with teacher statistics as well with this lesson. Learners correlate facts thru chronological order steps. Students develop answers with colored coded clues.
In these English Language activity worksheets, students complete several conversational and writing practice activities for comparative adjectives.
In these English Language grammar worksheets, students learn complete several activities that help them decide when to use the words have or has got for the given descriptions.
In this English Language grammar worksheet, students complete the several speaking and writing exercises that help them learn how to form and use questions in the future tense.
English language learners will build English fluency with this resource. If you click on "Available in PDF," you'll be provided with two exercises for your young learners to complete. They correct the auxiliary verb errors in 20 sentences.
In this vocabulary program for ESL worksheet, students select a category and practice spelling words with audio and visual help in a variety of activities.
This quiz includes words that are very similar and supposedly very commonly confused. The learner reads 20 sentences and decides which of two choices best fits the sentence provided. Keep this as a resource to use with English language learners. Native speakers will waste their time, as words like berry and bury are distinctly different for them.
Designed for your advanced English language learners, this commonly confused words quiz contains 20 multiple choice options. The user reads the sentence and decides which option best fits in the space provided.
English language learners focus on auxiliary verbs in present, past simple, and future sentences. There are 10 sentences provided, but don't cut and paste the questions! Simply click on the link to the right that says "Available in PDF" to obtain a properly formatted activity.
An overview of when to use who or whom in spoken and written English.
In these English Language grammar worksheets, learners complete several activities that help them determine when the use of 'this' or 'that' is appropriate in writing sentences.
In these English Language grammar worksheets, students complete several activities that help them identify and use the past tense form of verbs. Students complete several speaking and writing exercises for past tense verbs.
In these English Language adjectives worksheets, students complete several activities that help them identify comparative adjectives that end in 'er.' Students complete both conversational and writing exercises for the comparative adjectives.
In these English Language be forms worksheets, students complete several pages of activities that help them learn to use the forms of Be: is, am, and are.
In this ESL "fun facts" vocabulary worksheet, students complete sentences, choosing the correct word to fill in the blank. Students may click on an answer link.