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So our next lesson involve talking about how to "study" a poem so that we really understand it at a level that is respectful of the time and energy the poet put into writing it. We talked about how many poets (not all) try to capture their feelings or ideas in very few words--so sometimes we, as readers, need to work a little harder to uncover the meaning. This is the chart I use with my students.
Board Game - What would you do if...?
With this board game students will practise the second conditional. Please review necessary grammar before the game to make it a success. Encourage longer answers and stimulate discussion to improve fluency. (You might need to alter some of the Â´adultÂ´ questions if youÂ´re working with young teens). Enjoy. - ESL worksheets
Playing with Present Tenses - Snakes and Ladders - Baan Ajarn
Kids of all ages have enjoyed playing Snakes and Ladders for generations and now you can use it in the classroom! The version below is guaranteed to add some excitement and fun to your grammar lesson teaching the difference between Present Simple and Present Continuous. Feel free to download the game for your students and enjoy watching …