More new stuff in 2016


Updated 27 December 2016

On top of loads of new stuff on Xmas, telephoning, Cambridge Proficiency, etc that I’ve already mentioned, have put up these new articles and photocopiable materials in the rest of this year:


How to teach shopping language

Differences between British and American emails


Gradable and extreme adjectives discuss and agree – NEW

Concession and addition coin game – NEW

Strong and weak opinions coin game – NEW

Prepositions of position dice games

Vocabulary for describing British life list dictation

26 Making Arrangements Roleplays

Giving opinions on music (with music vocabulary)

Brainstorming music vocabulary

Describing your job extended speaking

Fast food vocabulary roleplays

ed and ing adjectives discuss and agree

Environment generalisations and recommendations (with useful language for writing reports)

Health and exercise generalisations (with useful language for writing reports)

Prepositions Stacking Game

Word Formation Brainstorming games

Gradable and Extreme Adjectives- Anecdotes Game

“Like” and “Be Like” Games

Learning and Using English Monologues- Active Listening Practice

Describing Jobs with -ed and -ing Adjectives

Describing hobbies with -ed and -ing adjectives

Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) Speaking the Same or Different?

Reported Speech Memory Challenge

Months and Dates Vocabulary

Colour Word Jigsaws

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie First Conditional stories

Family Extended Speaking & Active Listening Practice

Describing Appearances with ‘be’ and ‘have’

Defining Relative Clauses Personalised Speaking Practice

Opinions on architecture (with architecture vocabulary)

Opinions on art (with art vocabulary)

Improving your English Verb Patterns

Describing Common Objects using the Passive Voice

Country and Nationality Statements- Bluffing Games

Like & Would Like- Food Roleplay Dialogue

Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) Comparing Different Writing Tasks

Different Ways of Learning English Relative Clause Practice

Newspapers and News- Opinions and Vocabulary

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