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Adjective + preposition
Adjectives: -ed or -ing
Adverbs of frequency
Business English: board game
Comparative adjectives
Comparative adverbs
Conditionals: first
Conditionals: first
Conditionals: first and second
Conditionals: first and second
Conditionals: first and second
Conditionals: third
Conditionals: first, second and third
Conversation: Cinema
Conversation: Internet
Conversation: Love and marriage
Conversation: Travel
Conversation topics
Crazy dictation (1)
Crazy dictation (2)
Crazy dictation (3)
Disappearing sentence (1)
Disappearing sentence (2)
Disappearing sentence (3)
For or Since?
Future board game
Gerund or Infinitive?
Introductions
Young learners: “Can” for ability
Young learners: Clothes
Young learners: Have got
Young learners: How much/many?
Young learners: Places
Young learners: Shopping
Young learners: Treasure hunt
Young learners: Weather
Modals of obligation
Modals of obligation (2)
Negotiating
Passive
Passive Christmas
Past simple (1)
Past simple (2)
Past simple: was and were
Past simple board game
Past simple or present perfect?
Past simple questions
Phonemic chart
Phrasal verbs
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Present continuous and simple
Present perfect: finished / unfinished time
Present perfect: have you ever?
Present perfect: game
Present perfect simple and continuous
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Present perfect board game
Present perfect continuous
Present simple
Present simple board game
Presentation
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Question circle
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Questions
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Shopping roleplays
Superlative adjectives
Tag questions
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Used to
American and British English
Body parts and gestures
Film adjectives
Shops
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Story grid

Worksheets – HTML version
Adjective + preposition
Adjectives -ed or -ing?
Adverbs of frequency
American and British English
Arranging meetings
Business English: board game
Business English: negotiating and second conditional
Conversation: cinema and film
Conversation: love and marriage
Conversation: travel
Conversation topics
Comparative adjectives: broken sentences
Comparative adjectives / expressing preferences
Comparative adverbs
Debate: internet
First conditional (1)
First conditional (2)
First and second conditional board game
First and second conditional grouping
First and second conditional: likely?
First, second and third conditional
For or since?
Future board game
Gerund or infinitive?
Imperatives and gestures
Introductions
Making appointments
Modals verbs (1)
Modals verbs (2)
Making a presentation
Narrative tenses
Professions / indirect questions
Passive Christmas
Passive
Past Simple board game
Past Simple (1)
Past Simple (2)
Past Simple (3)
Past Simple (4)
Past Simple or Present Perfect?
Present and past tenses game
Present simple & adverbs of frequency
Phrasal verbs
Prepositions of time and place
Present continuous or present simple?
Present Perfect: unfinished time
Present Perfect: been / gone?
Present Perfect: game
Present Perfect: Liar!
Present Perfect: have you ever?
Present Perfect board game
Present Perfect continuous or simple
Present Perfect continuous: how long
Present Simple board game
Questions
Questions: subject / object
Questions: worksheet
Question tags
Relative clauses
Reported questions
Reported speech
Sentence structure 1
Shopping roleplays
Superlatives
Telephoning
Third conditional
Used to
Vocabulary: cinema and film
Vocabulary: shopping
Was and Were
Young learners: can
Young learners: clothes wordsearch
Young learners: have got
Young learners: how much/many
Young learners: vocabulary: places in a town
Young learners: shopping
Young learners: classroom vocab and colours
Young learners: weather wordsearch

Lesson plans and ideas
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Using songs to teach EFL
Add drama to an EFL class
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Creating materials
ESL roleplay
Fun EFL class projects
Interactive story telling
James Bond lesson plan – infinitives of purpose
Mind maps
EFL classroom warmers
Passengers – a personalised listening activity
Questions and narrative tenses
TEFL activities with little preparation
Three fun ideas for teaching grammar
Adapting authentic materials
Using art in the ESL classroom
10 ways to use DVD and video in your ESL class
Using pop songs
Writing – story grids
How to Correct English Writing Errors

Theory and methodology
Authentic vs. Graded Material in Second Languages
Effective Learners and a Learner-Centered Classroom
English Only in the EFL Classroom: Worth the Hassle?
Giving and Checking Instructions
Grammar Teaching: Implicit or Explicit?
Guide to Testing in English Language Teaching
Is Grammar Really Important for a Second Language Learner?
Language Acquisition in Adult Learners
Language Acquisition vs Language Learning
Should TEFL Teachers Be Bilingual?
Teaching Mixed Ability Language Courses
Teaching Your ESL Students to Understand Real English
The Silent Period of Second Language Acquisition
Three Mistakes Teachers Make
What Is Standard English?
Language Learners’ Listening Comprehension
Moving beyond gap fills

Young Learners
How to Teach a Child English One to One
Motivating Children to Learn English
Staying in Control of a Large Class
Teaching Children Grammar Through Games
Teaching ESL To Children
Teaching Grammar with Fun Learning Games
Using Stories in the Preschool ESL Classroom

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Teaching High Level Lexis to Business English Learners
Top Tips for Teaching Business English

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Back channelling
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Genre in TEFL
How to plan a TEFL lesson
Irregular verbs
Phonemic chart
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Tense versus Aspect in TEFL
Top down and bottom up processing

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Present perfect simple
Present simple
Questions
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Say and tell
Second conditional
Small and little
Tag questions
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Used to
Will and going to
Wish
Zero conditional

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