Saturday, September 27, 2003

Delta Reading List

Book Club Discussion Material Folder HERE

About Language by Scott Thornbury,
Beyond the Sentence by Scott Thornbury, RevisitedSlideshowHandout
Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers by Michael McCarthy, Slideshow
Grammar for English Language Teachers by Martin Parrott
How Languages are Learned by Patsy M. Lightbown and Nina Spada [First Edition]
How Languages are Learned by Patsy M. Lightbown and Nina Spada [Third Edition] Slideshow
Implementing the Lexical Approach by Michael Lewis Slideshow
Longman Dictionary of Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics by Jack C. Richards and Richard Schmidt (Third Edition)
Practical English Usage by Michael Swan (Third Edition)
Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition by Stephen D Krashen, Slideshow
Rules, Patterns and Words by Dave Willis, Slideshow, Reflections, Discussion Questions
Second Language Acquisition by Rod Ellis , Slideshow
Sound Foundations by Adrian Underhill, Revisited , Slideshow
Teaching English as an International Language by Sandra Lee McKay,
Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching by Diane Larsen-Freeman [Second Edition] 
The English Verb by Michael Lewis Revisited, Slidshow
The Language Teaching Matrix by Jack C. Richards
The Lexical Approach by Michael Lewis,
The Natural Approach by Stephen D. Krashen and Tracy D. Terrell
Uncovering Grammar by Scott Thornbury, Slideshow

Video Review Playlist Here

Life Upper Intermediate

(Supplementary Materials for Specific Textbooks Subdivisions)

Japanese Video Series Index

Asahi News Reels, The Showa Years / 昭和 朝日ニュース映画,
The Mysterious Cities of Gold / 太陽の子エステバン
NHK Historical Drama: Shinsengumi! / NHK 大河ドラマ新撰組!
Romeo X Juliet / ロミオ×ジュリエット ,
The Rose of Versailles / ベルサイユのばら 

Friday, September 26, 2003

English World 2

(Supplementary Materials for Specific Textbooks Subdivisions)


Google Drive: HERE

Quizlet
* Quizlet folder
English World 2 Unit 4 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 5 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 6 Vocabulary
English World 2 Review Units 4-6 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 7 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 8 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 9 Vocabulary
English World 2 Review Units 7-9 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 10 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 11 Vocabulary
English World 2 Unit 12 Vocabulary
English World 2 Review Units 10-12 Vocabulary

Welcome Unit
p.4-5
* Meet the characters
p.6-7
* Various Activities
* Present Continuous Questions
Present Continuous Scrambled Sentences Small Version
p.8-9
* PowerPoint
p.10-11
* PowerPoint
p.18-19
* PowerPoint and questions
p. 20-21
* PowerPoint
p.22-23
* PowerPoint and Worksheet
Unit 1
p.24-25 Reading
* PowerPoint, Vocabulary, Scrambled Reading
p.26 Grammar
Present Continuous: Question or Statement powerpoint
Present Continuous Question or Statement Scrambled Sentences
* Various PowerPoints
p.27 Grammar in Conversation
* Cut up and re-arrange sentences
p.28-29 Reading
Various Activities
p.30 Listening
* PowerPoint and Worksheet
p.31 Class Composition
* Powerpoint and Worksheet
Unit 2
p.32-33 Reading
* Various Activities
p.34 Grammar
* Various Activities
p.35 Grammar in Conversation
* Various Activities
p.36-37 Reading
* Various Activities
p.38 Listening
* PowerPoint
Unit 3 
P.40-41 Reading
* Various Activities
p.42 Grammar
* Various Activities
Jump the Line Game: Like / Likes
Like Likes Scrambled Sentences
like versus likes (3rd person singular "s")
P.43 Grammar in Conversation
* PowerPoint and Cut up and Scramble
p.44-45 Reading
* Various Activities
P.45 Phonics
* Various Activities
p.46 Listening
* PowerPoint and Transcript
p.47 Writing
* Various Activities
p.48 Revision Units 1-3
* Various Activities
Unit 4
P.50-51 Reading
* Various Activities
p.52 Grammar
Does he like/ Do they like scrambled sentences
p.54 Reading
* Various Activities
p.56 Listening
* PowerPoint and Transcript
p.57 Class Composition
* Powerpoint and Worksheet
Unit 4 Review
* Quizlet and Pokemon
Unit 5
p.58-59 Reading
* Various Activities
p. 60 Grammar
* Various Activities
My Animal: Present Simple for Habits
p.61 Grammar in Conversation
* Various Activities
p.62-63 Reading 
* Pre-Reading PowerPoint
p.64 Listening
* PowerPoint, Transcript, Production
p.65  Class Composition
* PowerPoint, Running Dictation
Review Unit 5
* Doraemon and quizlet
Unit 6
p.66-67 Reading
* Various Activities
p.69 Grammar In Conversation
* Transcript
p.72 Listening
PowerPoint, Transcript
Review Unit 6
* Batman PowerPoint, Pokemon PowerPoint, Quizlet
Review Units 4-6
* Various Activities
Unit 7
p.76-77 Reading
* Various Activities
p.79 English in Conversation
* Transcript
p.80-81 Reading
* Various Activities
p.81 Phonics
Pronunciation: Words ending with /nk/, /nd/, and /nt/
p.82 Listening
* PowerPoint, Transcript, Production
p.83 Class Composition
* PowerPoint and Worksheet
Review Unit 7
* Various PowerPoints and Quizlet
Unit 8
p.84-85 Reading
* Various Activities
p.86 Grammar
* PowerPoints
Grammar Auction for was/were
* LINK: Was Were Computer Game at British Council Website
* LINK: eslgamesplus.com Was Were game
Was Were Worksheet and PowerPoint
Was/Were Card Game
p.87 Grammar in Conversation
* PowerPoint and Transcript
p.88-99 Reading
* Various Activities
p.90 Listening
* PowerPoint, Transcript, Production
p.91 Class Composition
* PowerPoint, Running Dictation
Review Unit 8
* PowerPoint and Quizlet
Unit 9
p.95 Grammar in Conversation
* Transcript, PowerPoint
p.98 Listening
* Various Activities
p.99 Class Composition
* PowerPoint
Review Unit 9
* PowerPoint Game and Quizlet
p.100 Review Units 7-9
* PowerPoint
Unit 10
p.102-103 Reading
* Various Activities
p.104 Grammar
* PowerPoint
Subject Object Pronouns--Doreamon PowerPoint Game
* LINK: Subject Object Pronouns Game
p.105 Grammar in Conversation
* Transcript and PowerPoint
p.106-107 Reading
* Various Activities
p.108 Listening
* PowerPoint, Transcript, Production
p.109 Class Composition
* PowerPoint, Draw Your Own Monster
Review Unit 10
* PowerPoint, Quizlet
Unit 11
p.112 Grammar
* PowerPoint
Pronunciation of regular past tense endings
Regular Past Simple Pronunciation Slap the Board Game
p.113 Grammar in Conversation
* cut up and scramble the transcript
p.114-115 Reading "In the Jungle"
* Various Activities
* LINK: Computer Game for Practicing English Ordinals 
p.116 Listening
* Various Activities 
p.117 Class Composition
* PowerPoint, Running Dictation
Review Unit 11
* PowerPoint, Quizlet
Unit 12
p.118-119 Reading
* PowerPoint
p.120 Grammar
* PowerPoint
* LINK: Preposition Sing Along Song
* Prepositions of Place Movement Puzzle
p.121 Grammar in Conversation
* Transcript, PowerPoint
p.122-123 Reading
* Various Activities
p.124 Listening
* Various Activities
p.125 Class Composition
* Dialogue
Unit 12 Review
* Quizlet and PowerPoint Game
p.127 Project 4
* Worksheet
Review Units 9-12
* Quizlet

Classroom Management

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Classroom Rules
Cheating Quiz

Thursday, September 25, 2003

Graded Reader Index

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst and illustrated by Ray Cruz,
Clifford the Small Red Puppy by Norman Bridwell,
Curious George by H.A. Rey and Margaret Rey,
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Williams
Fortunately by Remy Charlip
Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Retold By Margaret Tarner,
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson ,
Henry VIII and his Six Wives by Janet Hardy-Gould
I'll Teach My Dog 100 Words by Michael K. Frith and illustrated by P.D. Eastman ,
Ireland by Tim Vicary
Jungle School Tales (Reading Heroes) by Tina Barrett ,
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table by Deborah Tempest
Kings and Queens of Britain by Tim Vicary
The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper—Retold by Coleen Degnang-Veness
Millions of Cats by Wanda Gag,
Mutiny on the Bounty by Tim Vicary
My First Fairytales: The Three Billy Goats Gruff Retold by Gaby Goldsack and Illustrated by Kim Blundell ,
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens—Retold by Richard Rogers
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish by Dr Seuss
Pocahontas by Tim Vicary
Peace At Last by Jill Murphy
Strega Nona by Tomie dePaola
Tales of Horror by Bram Stoker Retold by John Davey
The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss,
The Cat in the Hat Comes Back by Dr. Seuss,
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffer,
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse Retold by Sue Arengo and Illustrated by Kate Aldous ,
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

IELTS Writing Task 1

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Sample IELTS Writing (Just the Links)
Useful Language for Describing Changes in a Line Graph: Find Your Partner Game and Slap the Board Game
PowerPoint Presentation IELTS Writing Task 1 Describing a Process
IELTS Liz Task 1 Writing Video Lesson
IELTS Task 1 Self-Edit Check List
IELTS Task 1 Peer-Edit Check List
* IELTS Task 1 Teacher Feedback Form
IELTS Task 1 Process Writing--2nd Teacher Feedback Form

Sample IELTS Writing


Task 1
1. The charts below show the age patterns of malaria sufferers and the health effects of malaria on people in Kenya.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
2. How a Canal Lock Works
3. Write a short description of the carbon cycle using the diagram and notes below.
4. The chart and graph below give information about sales and share prices for Coca-Cola. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
5.  The diagram below shows how cocoa beans are prepared for export to countries that make chocolate.  Summarise the information by selecting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
6.  The diagrams below show stages in the development of the camera since its invention in 1839.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
7.  The diagram shows how a dredging boat will be used to keep the canals in Venice clear of mud. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
8.  PERCENTAGE OF SAME SEX AND AGE GROUP AUSTRALIA, 1996 CENSUS
9.  The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia. Write a report for a university teacher describing the information shown.
10.  The chart below shows employment figures in different tourism-related industries between 1989 and 1999. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
11.  The diagrams below show the development of a small fishing village and its surrounding area into a large European tourist resort. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
12.  The diagram below shows the typical stages of consumer goods manufacturing, including the process by which information is fed back to earlier stages to enable adjustment. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the process shown.
13.  The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists travelling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia’s share of the Japanese tourist market.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
14.  The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to  United Nations statistics. Describe the information shown below in your own words. What implications do the indicators have for the countries?
15.  The flowchart illustrates the production of coloured plastic paper clips in a small factory. Write a report for a university tutor describing the production process.
16.  The chart below shows the different types of goods and services purchased online in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom in one year. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
17.  The graph below shows the figures for CFC emissions in four countries between 2005 and 2009. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
18. The diagram shows how a transaction works at an automated teller machine in five steps, allowing us to withdraw money from any participating bank in the world.
19. IELTS Scores

IELTS Writing

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Sample IELTS Writing (Just the Links)
Find Your Partner: Review IELTS Writing Task 2 Information and Strategies
Useful Language for Describing Changes in a Line Graph: Find Your Partner Game and Slap the Board Game
PowerPoint Presentation IELTS Writing Task 1 Describing a Process
IELTS Writing Task 2 Discussion Questions
Student Feedback in the form of an IELTS Task 2 Essay
IELTS Liz Task 1 Writing Video Lesson
How to Write a Formal Paragraph
IELTS Task 1 Self-Edit Check List
IELTS Task 1 Peer-Edit Check List
* IELTS Task 1 Teacher Feedback Form
IELTS Task 1 Process Writing--2nd Teacher Feedback Form
IELTS Writing Task 2 Self-Edit Check List
IELTS Writing Task 2 Peer-Edit Check List
IELTS Writing Task 2 Teacher Feedback Form
IELTS Writing Task 2: 2nd Teacher Feedback Form
IELTS Writing Task 2 Brainstorming Game
List of Controversial topics for IELTS Writing Task 2

Sample IELTS Writing


Task 1
1. The charts below show the age patterns of malaria sufferers and the health effects of malaria on people in Kenya.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
2. How a Canal Lock Works
3. Write a short description of the carbon cycle using the diagram and notes below.
4. The chart and graph below give information about sales and share prices for Coca-Cola. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
5.  The diagram below shows how cocoa beans are prepared for export to countries that make chocolate.  Summarise the information by selecting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
6.  The diagrams below show stages in the development of the camera since its invention in 1839.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
7.  The diagram shows how a dredging boat will be used to keep the canals in Venice clear of mud. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
8.  PERCENTAGE OF SAME SEX AND AGE GROUP AUSTRALIA, 1996 CENSUS
9.  The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia. Write a report for a university teacher describing the information shown.
10.  The chart below shows employment figures in different tourism-related industries between 1989 and 1999. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
11.  The diagrams below show the development of a small fishing village and its surrounding area into a large European tourist resort. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
12.  The diagram below shows the typical stages of consumer goods manufacturing, including the process by which information is fed back to earlier stages to enable adjustment. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the process shown.
13.  The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists travelling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia’s share of the Japanese tourist market.  Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
14.  The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to  United Nations statistics. Describe the information shown below in your own words. What implications do the indicators have for the countries?
15.  The flowchart illustrates the production of coloured plastic paper clips in a small factory. Write a report for a university tutor describing the production process.
16.  The chart below shows the different types of goods and services purchased online in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom in one year. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
17.  The graph below shows the figures for CFC emissions in four countries between 2005 and 2009. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
18. The diagram shows how a transaction works at an automated teller machine in five steps, allowing us to withdraw money from any participating bank in the world.
19. IELTS Scores

Task 2

1. Advances in science and technology and other areas of society in the last 100 years have transformed the way we live as well as postponing the day we die. There is no better time to be alive than now.  To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
2.  Advertising serves no useful purpose and can even have harmful effects. Therefore, all forms of advertising should be banned. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
3.  Alternative forms of transport should be encouraged and international laws introduced to control car ownership and use.  To what extent do you agree or disagree?
4.  Many children these days have an unhealthy lifestyle.  Both schools and parents are responsible for solving this problem.  To what extent do you agree with this statement.
5. The number of people living in cities around the world continues to grow. One consequence of this trend is that many historical buildings are torn down to make way for new constructions. Discuss possible ways for cities to preserve their historical buildings.
6.  Describe one major education issue in your country. What is the problem?  What solutions are there to this problem?
7.  ‘Going on strike’ is commonly used as a catalyst to resolve industrial disputes. Many conservative governments are strongly opposed to this mechanism for bringing about change. Discuss the pros and cons of this action in resolving disputes.
8.  Do young people today make good use of their leisure time? Or do they spend too much time watching television and playing video games, instead of taking part in more productive activities? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge and experience.
9.  Most of the world’s poor live in countries where tourism is a growing industry. The issue is that tourism does not benefit the poorest.  How can the income generated by tourism benefit the poor? And how can we ensure that tourism does not destroy traditional cultures and ways of life?
10.  The loss of rainforests due to illegal logging is a serious problem today.  What can be done to stop illegal logging?
11.  Popular events like the football world cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing international tensions and releasing patriotic emotions in a safe way. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
12.  What are the key problems facing the world’s cities in the 21st century and what can be done about them?
13.  In many countries schools have severe problems with student behaviour.  What do you think is the cause of this? What solutions can you suggest?
14.  In some countries young people are encouraged to work or travel for a year between finishing high school and starting university studies. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.
15.  According to a recent study, the more time people use the Internet, the less time they spend with real human beings. Should we worry about the effect this is having on social interaction or should we see the Internet as a way of opening up new communication possibilities worldwide?
16. In order to reduce crime, we need to attack the causes of crime such as poverty and lack of educational opportunities. It is not enough to simply have more police on the street and put more people into prison. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
17. Without capital punishment (the death penalty) our lives are less secure and crimes of violence increase. Capital punishment is essential to control violence in society. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
18. Throughout history, male leaders often made the society more violent and conflicting. If women governed the world, the world would be more peaceful. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
19. Happiness is considered very important in life. Why is it difficult to define? What factors are important in achieving happiness?

Wednesday, September 24, 2003

IELTS Speaking Part 3

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

IELTS Part 3 Hypothetical Questions
* LINK: IELTS Part 3 Worksheets
* LINK: More IELTS part 3 Worksheets

Part 2 and Part 3
Part 2 or Part 3

Using Crash Course World History Videos for IELTS Listening  (Each lesson also contains some IELTS Speaking Part 3 Practice)
1. The Agricultural Revolution
2. Indus Valley Civilization
3. Mesopotamia
4. Egypt
5. The Persians and the Greeks
6. Buddha and Ashoka
7. Chinese History
8. Alexander the Great
9. The Silk Road
10. The Roman or Republic
11. Christianity from Judaism to Constantine
12. Fall of The Roman Empire...in the 15th Century

IELTS Speaking Part 2

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

IELTS Speaking Part 2 Cards (Just the Links)
Speaking Part 2 Checklists
IELTS Speaking Part 2: What to do with questions you can't answer?
* LINK: IELTS Speaking Part 2 Game
Ready, Set, Talk!

Part 2 and Part 3
Part 2 or Part 3

Present Continuous Questions

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Present Continuous: Question or Statement PowerPoint
Present Continuous Question or Statement Scrambled Sentences

Past Simple Questions

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

PowerPoint for Drilling Past Simple Questions
PowerPoint for drilling Irregular Past Tense Questions
PowerPoint for Drilling irregular Past Simple: Statements and Questions

How Questions

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

How Questions: Matching Words
How Questions: Practice With Partner
How Questions: Class Survey

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Passive Verbs

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Frankenstein
Slideshow for Drilling Passives
--Past Simple Passive
Nonsuch Palace
Country Mouse and City Mouse 
--Present Perfect Passive
Present Perfect Active and Passive Crossword Puzzle 
--Present Simple Passive
*Active/Passive Review
Active and Passive Meanings
Tom and Jerry Active and Passive Present Simple 
Passive Form Worksheet--Present Simple
Passive Form Crossword Puzzle--Present Simple
The Banks are Made of Marble by Pete Seeger 
Active Passive Scrambled Sentences 
Picture Identification
What Are Little Boys Made Of
Passive Sentences Tables and Arrows
--Present Simple and Past Simple Passive
Passive Forms Crossword puzzle--Present Simple and Past Simple
Active Versus Passive Form Worksheet Present Simple and Past Simple
Present Passive versus Past Passive 
Present Passive and Past Passive: Find Your Partner
 --Present, Past, Present Perfect Passive
Active/Passive Review: Present, Past, Present Perfect
Find Your Partner: Active and Passive Sentences for Present, Past, and Present Perfect 
--Present Simple and Present Continuous Passive
Passive Form Worksheet--Present Simple and Present Continuous
Active/ Passive Find Your Partner Game Present Simple and Present Continuous
--Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Passive
PowerPoint Game for Active Passive Verbs: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect
Active Passive Find Your Partner Game (Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect)

English World 4

(Supplementary Materials for Specific Textbooks Subdivisions)


Google Drive HERE

Quizlet 
* English World 4 Quizlet Folder
* English World 4 Unit 1 Vocabulary
* English World 4 Unit 2 Vocabulary
* English World 4 Unit 3 Vocabulary
* Units 1-3 Review
* English World 4 Vocabulary
* English World 4 Reading p.56-57  

Unit 1
* Vocabulary
 * Past Simple Irregular Verbs Slideshow Presentation
too+ adjective Slideshow
* LINK: British Council Material for "too+adjective"
* Listening p.28
Unit 2
* Vocabulary
Crossword Puzzle for Past Continuous
Google Slides for Drilling Past Continuous
Unit 3
* Vocabulary
* Writing p.45
* Review Units 1-3 Vocabulary
Unit 4
* Unit 4 Vocabulary
* Speaking p.51
Grammar p.52
When Clauses in Past Simple Board Race
Grammar in Context p.53
Unit 5
* Vocabulary
* Reading p.56-58
* Speaking p59
* Grammar p.60
* While + Past Continuous Slideshow
While+ Past Continuous Scrambled Sentences
* Grammar in Conversation p.61
Either...Or: Slideshow and Worksheet
Either... Or Scrambled Sentences
Unit 6
* Unit 6 Vocabulary
* Reading p.64-66
* Speaking p.67
Grammar p.68
Slideshow for Will and Won't (for future predictions)
* Grammar in Conversation p.69
* Review Units 4-6
Unit 8
* Vocabulary
Unit 9
* Vocabulary
Unit 10
* Unit 10 Vocabulary
Unit 11
* Unit 11 Vocabulary
Grammar p.112 Explanation
Unit 12
* Unit 12 Vocabulary

Prepositions

(TESOL Ideas and Worksheets Subdivisions)

Doraemon PowerPoint Game for "like" and "as"
In, At, On Prepositions of Time--Doraemon PowerPoint Game
Doraemon Bomb Game for Prepositions of Movement
* LINK: Prepositions of place – speaking activities
* LINK: Preposition Sing Along Song
* Prepositions of Place Movement Puzzle
For + Gerund Slideshow
* LINK: For or Since Exercise Worksheet (Present Perfect Tense)

Life Pre-Intermediate

Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 4 p.48-49
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 4 p.50-51
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 4 Lesson 4d A Happy Ending p.52
Life Pre-Intermediate 4E A story of Survival p.53
Life Pre-Intermediate 4F Alaskan Ice-Climbing p.54-55
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 4 All Vocabulary
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 5 The Environment p.57
Life Pre-Intermediate 5A Recycling p.58-59
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 5 p.57 and 5A Combined
Life Pre-Intermediate 5B The Greendex p.60-61
Life Pre-Intermediate 5C A Boat Made of Bottles p.62-63
Life Pre-Intermediate 5d Online Shopping p.64
Life Pre-Intermediate 5E Problems with an order p.65
Life Pre-Intermediate 5F Coastal Clean-Up p.66-67
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 5 Review All Vocabulary
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 6 Stages in Life p.69
Life Pre-Intermediate 6A Changing Your Life p.70-71
Life Pre-Intermediate Unit 6 p.69 and 6A Combined
Life Pre-Intermediate 6B World Party p.72-73
Life Pre-Intermediate 6C Masai Rite of Passage p.74-75
Life Pre-Intermediate 6D An Invitation p.76
Life Pre-Intermediate 6E A Wedding in Madagascar p.77
Life Pre-Intermediate Review All Vocabulary For Test (p.45-p.76)
Life Pre-Intermediate Review All Vocabulary For Test (p.45-p.77)
Life Pre-Intermediate 8F Wind Power p.102-103

Unit 1
p.9
* Transcript
1A How Well Do You Sleep p.10-11
* Transcript
* Sleep (slidespub) (Mingle Cards- docspub)
* Present Simple Formation
1B The Secrets of Long Life p.12-13
* Transcript
* Present Simple and Present Continuous Formation
* Rules for Present Simple and Present Continuous
* Human Bingo for Present Simple and Present Continuous
* Function of Present Simple and Present Continuous 
Present Simple Versus Present Continuous 2
Present Simple Versus Present Continuous Walk Around the Room Questions
1C Health and Happiness p.14-15
* Feelings (slidespub) (mingle cards-drivedocspub)
* Lead-in
* Human Bingo with Feel
1D At the Doctor's p.16
* Being Sick (slidespub) (Mingle Cards- docspub)
* Transcript and PowerPoint Game
1E Medical Advice Online p.17
* Lead-in
* So/ Because Game
1F Slow Food p.18-19
* Transcript and PowerPoint
* Restaurants (slidespub) (Mingle Cards- docspub)
Unit 2
2A Competitive Sports p.22-23
* Sports (slidespub) (Mingle cards -docspub)
Gerunds Running Dictation
Gerunds Crossword
love, hate, enjoy, dislike guessing game
2B Crazy Competitions p.24-25
* Modal Verb Board Game
2C Bolivian Wrestlers p.26-27
Doraemon PowerPoint Game for "like" and "as"
2D Joining a Club p.28 & 2E Advertising for Members p.29
* Create Your Own Club
2F Cheese Rolling p.30-31
* Vocabulary, transcript, Backs to the Boards
3A Transport in the Future p.34-35
Naruto Bomb Game With Comparative Adjective Forms
PowerPoint Presentation to Drill Comparative Adjectives
Naruto Bomb Game with Comparative and Superlative Adjective Forms
drilling comparatives and superlatives
Board Game for Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
3B Animal Transport p.36-37
* Card Game for Comparative Adjectives
3C Last Days of the Rickshaw p.38-39 
* How do you get to school? (slidespub)
* Lead-in, Vocab Cards, Backs to the Board
3D Getting Around Town p.40
* lead-in, transcript, vocabulary
3F Indian Railways p.42-43
* Various activities
Unit 4
* Life Pre-Intermediate on Quizlet
* Unit 4 Famous Adventurers
p.45
Quizlet and transcript
4A Adventurers of the Year p.46-47
Quizlet
* What did you do yesterday? (driveslidespub)
Irregular Verbs Past Simple Slide Show Presentation
Past Simple Mingle 2
Past Simple Speaking Topics 2
4B The Survivors p.48-49
* Transcript and Quizlet
* Past Continuous Mingle Activity
* Past Continuous Cards for Conversation
* Past Simple versus Past Continuous Crossword Questions
4C The Right Decision p.50-51
* Various Activities
In, At, On Prepositions of Time--Doraemon PowerPoint Game
4D A Happy Ending p.52
Quizlet
4E A Story of Survival p.53
Quizlet
* A Trip to the Jungle
* Writing: An Adventure Story
4F Alaskan Ice Climbing p.54-55
Various Activities
Review p.56
* Quizlet
Unit 5
P.57
Quizlet and Transcript
* Describing Everyday Objects
* The Environment Project
5A Recycling p.58-59
Quizlet and Transcript
Doreamon PowerPoint Game for Countable/Uncountable Nouns
5B The Greendex p.60-61
* quizlet, Powerpoint, survey
Naruto PowerPoint Game for Articles
5C A Boat Made of Bottles p.62-63
* Quizlet, Match headings to paragraphs
* Human Bingo with Take
5D Online Shopping p.64
* Quizlet, transcript
* Speaking Role Play: Calling Customer Service About Problems With an Online Order
5E Problems with an Order p.65
* quizlet, PowerPoint, Writing
5F Coastal Clean-up p.66-67
* various activities
Unit 5 Review p.68
Quizlet
Unit 6
* Stages of Life Group Project
p.69
* Various Activities
* Stages of Life Speaking/Writing Activity
6A Changing Your Life p.70-71
Quizlet
You Don't Own Me by Lesley Gore--to+ infinitive verb patterns
6B World Party p.72-73
* Quizlet and Mingle Activities
Present Continuous for Future Arrangements Find a time to meet
Present Continuous for Future Arrangements Schedule
Present Continuous for Future Arrangements: What is my Schedule?
Present Continuous for Future Arrangements: Schedule Mingling activity 
6C Masai Rites of Passage p.74-75
* various activities
6D An Invitation p.76
* Quizlet
6E A Wedding in Madagascar p.77
* Various Activities
Review Units 4-6
* Quizlet
Unit 7
p.81
Transcript
* Describing Jobs
*LINK: Conversation Questions Jobs and Technology
Project for Unit 7: Presentation about a Job
7A X-Ray Photographer p.82-83
* Transcript
Doraemon Bomb Game for Prepositions of Movement
* LINK: Prepositions of place – speaking activities
7B The Cost of New Jobs p.84-85
lead-in and transcript
* Present Perfect Board Game
Present Perfect for Experiences: 2 Truths and 1 Lie Game
Past Simple Versus Present Perfect Scrambled Sentences
7C Twenty First Century Cowboys p.86-87
* Various Activities
Make and do Collocations
Human Bingo with Make and Feel Collocations
7D A Job Interview p.88
* Various Activities
7E Applying for a Job p.89
* Various activities
Doraemon PowerPoint Game: Past Simple Passive
7F Butler School p.90-91
* Transcript and Discussion Questions
Unit 8
p.93
* Transcript and Lesson Plan
LINK: Speaking about Inventions
8A Invention for the Eyes p.94-95
* Transcript
Relative Clauses: Who and Which Grab the Card Game
Relative Clauses Guessing Game
Relative Clauses Scrambled Sentences
8B Technology for Explorers p.96-97
Zero Conditional Formation
First Conditional Brain Storm Activity
First Conditional Formation Worksheet 
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie 
8F Wind Power p.102-103
Various Activities
Unit 9
9B The History of Writing p.108-109
* Past Simple Passive and Present Simple Passive Crossword Puzzle
* Past Simple Passive and Present Simple Passive Forms
* Present Passive versus Past Passive
* Present Passive versus Past Passive Find Your Partner
Doraemon game for present simple passive and past simple passive
Slideshow for Drilling Passives
9E Providing Information p.113
* Various Activities
9F Disappearing Voices p.114-115
* Vocabulary Activities
Unit 10
p.117
* Transcript
Project
10A Holiday Stories p.118-119
Lead-in
Doraemon PowerPoint Game
Comprehension of Past Perfect
Make Past Perfect Sentences about Your Partner 
Problems Teaching the Past Perfect
10C A Tour Under Paris p.122-123
* Lead-in
Youtube Videos Authentic Listening: Party in the Paris Catacombs, But Don't Tell
10F: Living in Venice p.126-127
* Lead-in and transcript
Unit 11
11A An Ancient Civilisation p.130-131
Find Someone Who: Used To
Dictation: Used To
Used To: Guess Your Partner's Answers
It’s All Over Now by The Rolling Stones--Use for "Used to"
Used To Sentences. Two Truths and One Lie
Slideshow for "used to"
11B Modern History p.132-133
* Reported Speech Worksheet
Reported Speech Crossword Puzzle 
Reported Speech: Present Tense to Past Tense 
Reported Speech Worksheet Past Tense
Reported Speech Running Dictation
The Letter by The Box Tops--Reported Speech
Student Reported Speech
Reported Speech Questions Grammar Rules
Then He Kissed Me by The Crystals
Reported Speech Memory Game
Reported Speech Questions
Reported Speech Naruto PowerPoint Game
11F The Lost City of Machu Picchu p.138-139
* Lead-in, Transcript
Unit 12
12B The Power of Nature p.144-145
Second Conditional Conversation Prompts
Second Conditional Formation
Second Conditional Brain Storm Activity 
Second Conditional Story 
If I Were a Boy by Beyonce 
If 6 Was 9 by Jimi Hendrix 
Second Conditional Karuta
1st Conditional Versus 2nd Conditional Worksheet  
1st and 2nd Conditional Board Game 
1st and 2nd Conditional Memory Game 
12C Changing Greenland p.146-147
* Lead-in
* Human Bingo: Will, Will Not, Might
* 3 Sentence Guessing Game for Will and Might
12E Good News p.149
* Lead-in and Press Release