New TEFL articles and photocopiables Jan 2014

Stuff I haven’t mentioned yet top.


Future Arrangements Roleplays 

Past Progressive Bluffing Card Game

Similarities and Differences Between Connecting Expressions- Card Game

Needs Analysis and Countable/Uncountable Presentation

Functional language for guests and hosts in restaurants

Use and complete the typical email phrases

Telephoning Vocabulary and Collocations

Past and present crime vocabulary and speaking

IELTS Speaking Part Three- Useful Phrases

IELTS Speaking Part Two- Useful Phrases

IELTS Academic Exam Overview- Comparing and Contrasting Phrases Practice

Homes and architecture vocabulary Pictionary

Academic Writing- Brainstorming and Tips

Academic Writing- Giving Feedback

Writing an academic biography Lead-in/ Needs analysis

Email and Letter Phrases- Key Word Sentence Transformations

Translatable and Untranslatable vocabulary in IELTS Speaking

Brainstorm language for FCE (First Certificate in English) Writing- Reviews

FCE (First Certificate in English) Writing- Application Letter Tasks

Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) Writing- Guided Answer Sheet

Travel advice – South Korea (for the language of advice)

Discuss and Practice your Priorites

Longer presentations phrases card games

Longer storytelling phrases card games

Quoting sources longer phrases card game

Brainstorming in groups longer phrases card games

Add hedging language to academic presentations tips

Academic hedging practice

Agree using the hedging language

Generalising/ hedging key words and collocations games

Hedging brainstorm into the gaps

Academic Word List hedging

Academic Writing tips generalising/ hedging practice

Business hospitality First conditional discussion

Looking at both sides longer phrases card games

Looking at both sides phrases The same or different


21 classic ESL card games

How to teach hedging and generalising

How to teach advantages and disadvantages- looking at both sides

The most useful fillers for the end of classes 

The same list of Oct/ Nov 2013 is here.

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5 Responses to New TEFL articles and photocopiables Jan 2014

  1. Hello Alex! Thank you for all the great work you’ve been doing here, I find your posts extremely useful and insightful. I just want to inform you that I haven’t been able to access some of these worksheets, for example, Past and Present Crime Vocabulary and Speaking, and Longer Storytelling Phrases Card Games. The links lead to a page where I’m told I can’t edit the item.
    Thanks and keep up the great work!

  2. alexcase says:

    Hi Elizabeta

    Sorry about that, copied from my dashboard so it must be trying to send you there… Have unlinked most of the problem ones and will try and put the proper links in soon. In the meantime, those are all ones on this blog, so if you put the name into the search box they should come up.

    Thanks for letting me know.

  3. alexcase says:

    Fixed, I think…

  4. Fixed, thank you! I hope I didn’t put you through too much trouble, just thought I should let you know 😉

  5. alexcase says:

    Very helpful, thanks.

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