Tag Archives: ELT

Positively Personalising the Present Perfect

An affirming way of practising the present perfect – as you can see students were first asked to write three of their achievements ( for some this was arriving on time in class!), they then asked questions to find each … Continue reading

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An active way of looking at the passive

In class this week the 3èmes had the “pleasure” of tasting some yummy English sauces, after looking at some specific vocab (molasses, cauliflower, yeast, etc) they completed a worksheet saying what they thought the sauce was made of and more … Continue reading

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Write a Letter!

One of the ideas I suggested in my presentation “30 things to do with a piece of paper” was to write a letter. This week the 6ème have been studying London and the Royal family, they had so many questions about … Continue reading

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Playing to Learn

We all know that games are a great way to learn and to motivate students, and I recently had was the prefect opportunity to test a lot of the games I use. I’ve already mentioned our Friday classes here, they are the … Continue reading

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