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Taster session for pre-university students.
This material will help students consolidate their vocabulary and grammar after they have participated in 20 contact hours. There is a variety of exercises, including multiple choice, gap-fill, and sentence generator.
Introduction of basic verbs with sound. ---masu form and ---te imasu. Sound only available in PowerPoint format.
Students can identify systematic rules of verb groups by completing the list of verbs with nai form. Nai form is the key to identify verb groups.
Step by step grammar explanation for Relative Clause and follow up exercises
Speaking practice for beginners. Role play. To be used in class after introducing "--- ni ikimasu/ikimashita" sentence pattern. Can be used for writing practice.
This is a Vocabulary and Phrase test, which should take around 15 - 20 minutes for students to complete. It is based on the words and phrases introduced in Unit 1 of the Studio D textbook. It includes an answer sheet.
This worksheet enables students to practice talking about daily routine. Students must read a pictorial diary and then make true/false sentences about the activities in the diary.
This is a game to practice vocabulary for food and drink. It involves teams of students making sentences about food and competing to finish first. This handout can be printed and copied to use in class. The idea is repurposable and the same game could be created for any vocabulary you wish to focus on.
This worksheet is an information gap activity which requires students to play the part of celebrity and journalist (in this example, Rafa Nadal and Katy Perry) to ask questions and talk about their daily routine. The worksheet could be repurposed to show any celebrity and for any kinds activity and language.
This handout is a compendium of ideas for games and kinaesthetic Activities for Primary Languages teachers. There are lots of excellent ideas here.
These flashcards can be used to practice vocabulary for sports and music.
Ideas for teaching the Punjabi alphabet for beginners, line by line, using written and oral techniques. Aimed for children aged 6-9, but could be altered to suit children of an older age.
Natalia, a German student at the University of Worcester, talks about her background and hobbies. Watch the clip and try to answer the questions on the worksheet.