Shopping On Holiday

This free printable ESL / EFL worksheet aims at developing reading comprehension together with basic skills in writing / spelling. Identifying and using appropriately some widely used homophones (words that have the same or similar pronunciation, but different spelling and meaning) is a difficult task not only for elementary level students, but also for intermediate level learners of English as a second or as a foreign language. The more practice you offer your students, the better.

How To Use A DVD Player

This free printable ESL / EFL resource allows for teaching and learning identifying and comprehending step-by-step instructions related to using a CD player. The worksheet comprises five tasks which aim at developing students’ reading and writing skills, as well as building up their personal vocabulary.

A Letter To A Pen-friend

This worksheet is designed for beginner learners who work on basic writing skills. The exercises offered by the handout allow for teaching and learning using capital letters for punctuating sentences as well as for proper names, such as names of people, countries and cities. The resource can be used to support ESL / EFL lessons based around personal details and / or writing a simple letter

A Sightseeing Holiday In Paris

Memorising the Past Simple verb forms of a number of commonly used irregular verbs and getting confident in using them in spoken and written language is one of the most difficult tasks for an ESOL / ESL / EFL learner. The more practice you offer your students, the better.

Learning Preferences

This activity will provide you with an excellent opportunity to get to know your EFL / ESL / ESOL students’ learning style while offering them plenty of language material, such as vocabulary for: classroom activities, expressing preferences (verbs), expressing and emphasizing own opinion (adjectives and adverbs).

Email About A Favourite Film

This activity is based around reading a very simple e-mail about the popular film “Music and Lyrics” and filling the gaps in the text. The task allows for introducing another source of information to the learners along with working on reading comprehension and reinforcing the following language aspects: spelling, using the correct punctuation marks in the end of sentences, using capital letters to start sentences as well as in some proper names, such as days of week.