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Grammar rocks Ready, steady, go - the power of warm-ups

Grammar warmers in pictures

I love using photos and pictures in class and I do it as often as possible – for everything: for revising vocabulary, speaking, writing, even for grammar. In this post you will find 2 presentations on grammar warm-ups. Not only will you revise some grammar points with your students but you will also make them use the particular structures in their creative speaking or writing. Each grammar piece starts with a photo and ‘Name as many… as possible’. Then you move on to further practice, more creative and personalised one. I guess the presentations can be suitable for different age groups and levels, both for standard and online lessons. I usually use the slides as warm-ups but sometimes they are the basis of my whole lessons. I’m sure you’ll come up with a lot of different ways of adapting them to your lessons. And I do hope you will like them too. Let me know, please.

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For those of you who prefer PDF versions, here you are. However, I do hope you will respect copyrights:-)

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Vocabulary with a twist

Word Hunt – E8

This is a revision vocabulary exercise for Eighth Graders based on the task found in ‘Test Your Vocabulary’ by Peter Watcyn-Jones.

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Grammar rocks

Mixed tenses – conversation classes

This is a typical conversation lesson ideal for practising and revising the main tenses in English. Good for A2-B1 students. For some activities you’ll need a dice. Some of them may also be writing tasks.

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Vocabulary with a twist

Work: I have… Who has…?

I guess everyone knows the game ‘I have… Who has…?’ This one is useful if you want to revise Work vocabulary with your 8th Grade Students. Ideal as a warm-up or an end of lesson activity. Here is the link for you:

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