This worksheet deals with the difference between say, tell, speak and talk. Students get various exercises that will help them to understand and practise different uses of these verbs. They will also see real-life examples which include these verbs and have been taken from movies.
This lesson plan on social media touches upon a quite new app, that is TikTok. The worksheet will introduce students to the world of different social media sites as well as draw their attention to some concerns over the use of such sites.
Use our lesson plan about packaging to teach your students some packaging types and materials, revise vocabulary related to recycling as well as watch an interesting video presenting three companies and their approach to plastic packaging.
This lesson plan about recruitment is based on an interesting TED Talk by Gail Tolstoi-Miller who shares her experience working in recruitment and talks about unconscious bias that we all have. The worksheet includes a lot of vocabulary as well as word formation tasks.
This standalone worksheet deals with Present Perfect and already, just, yet. We want to show students how to use these words in specific situations. Apart from practical tasks, students will also role-play two scenarios.
This lesson plan is based on a popular TED Talk by Matt Cutts about taking 30-day challenges. It consists of vocabulary and speaking activities, and includes a 30-day English challenge.
This worksheet focuses on narrative tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous, and Past Perfect. It can serve as a great revision of these three tenses and a supplement to our other worksheet on storytelling “Be a better storyteller”.