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101 ELT GAMES! 15 pages of communicative activity ideas!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
Downloads: 3031

test 1
Level: intermediate
Age: 16-100
Downloads: 135

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Downloads: 43

MY SUPER BOOKMARKS PART 2! - FUNNY VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR BOOKMARKS FOR YOUNG LEARNERS ( to be, to have; months of the year, irregular plurals,personal and possessive pronouns, farm animals) EDITABLE WITH B&W VIRSION!!!
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 2692

MY SUPER BOOKMARKS! (EDITABLE!!!) - FUNNY VOCABULARY BOOKMARKS FOR KIDS (numbers 1-100, alphabet, colours, body parts and days of the week) 2 pages B&W version included
Level: elementary
Age: 6-12
Downloads: 2643

a married woman
Level: advanced
Age: 18-17
Downloads: 54



Before you do this task, think about the following ideas for a bit and discuss them with your teacher and friends...
"There are two primary choices in life:  to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them."
Denis Waitley
"The first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: Decide what you want. "
Ben Stein
Now, put yourself into the shoes of your parent of teacher and decide which advice you would give in the following situations:
1. Peter's friend Janet is hiding a terrible truth from her parents. Peter knows it's a secret, but he really feels as if something horrible is going to happen unless Janet's parents realise the trouble she's in. What should Peter do?
2. Mary has a new boy in class. He keeps to himself, has lots of problems studying, doesn't make friends at all, and even falls asleep during the lessons. She accidentally finds out he's really poor, has a big family, no room of his own, has a part-time job to help the family and is dyslexic. What should Mary do?
3. You are in trouble. Your friends are all travelling to an important world city and you really wish to go, but you know your parents can't afford it. What should you do?

For your next challenge, here are some words which you're supposed to match to their synonyms or explanations in English.
  • SIZE
You are about to watch a video. Before you do, discuss what the words from the previous task could possibly have to do with the word FOOTBALL.
Now, enjoy the video...
How much do you remember?
  • Is it a true story or just fiction?
  • The video is about some fishermen and their nets.
  • The village is situated on a mountain.
  • The boys made a football pitch using pieces of wood.
  • The villagers completely made fun of the boys.
  • They got only to the quarterfinals on their first tournament.
  • They finished their final match on the tournament barefoot.
What does the phrase MAKE A DIFFERENCE mean?
Who makes a difference in your life?
How can you make a difference in your life or in somebody else's life?
Do you?