Students in an ESL classroom play a Memory-type game in which they must match cards that describe pictures in present progressive sentence form.
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Simple Present / Present Progressive
Using a fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice format, this activity gives students a chance to practice their skills using the simple present tense of a verb and present progressive. With 20 questions, and a varied format, this worksheet...
5th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Baseball Stories, Cards and Interviews
Everyone can be an MVP! Young learners create their own baseball cards about themselves in this autobiographical lesson. They use information about their lives to create a baseball trading card. They make flash cards using baseball...
3rd - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Habits (Present Simple and Present Continuous)
A short practice opportunity is given after English pupils review the present simple and present continous tenses with a series of sentences detailing some daily and weekly habits. In the practice exercise, learners have to decide which...
6th - Higher Ed ESL & ELD
Prose Styles: Tough, Sweet, and Stuffy
Take a walk on the rhetorical side with this presentation, which discusses three styles of prose: tough (ethos), sweet (pathos), and stuffy (logos). The slide show provides thorough definitions and examples of each style, as well as...
9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Chapter 10: Making Successful Presentations at Work
Add to the business content knowledge of your learners with this PowerPoint on how to deliver successful presentations in a professional setting. The slides define the many aspects of giving a performance, such as analyzing your...
11th - Higher Ed Technology & Engineering
Lesson Five: Introduction to Auxiliary Verbs
If you are interested, you could try out this lesson on auxiliary verbs. Class members get the chance to discuss the difference between can and could in-depth before viewing a presentation that breaks down several auxiliary verbs. After...
9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts