At the end of the activity, students will have practiced simple present tense by talking about their favorite movies.
Students will practice speaking by exchanging information about daylight saving time.
Students will learn about Mother's Day origins and will practice reading comprehension.
Your students will practice punctuation with this exercise.
Help your students practicing vocabulary by talking about their best friend.
Students will practice how to ask and give directions. To use the imperative to give instructions
Students will develop their speaking and listening skills by describing people
Students will practice how to use: like, dislike, enjoy, love, hate, prefer
Students will learn vocabulary related to St. Patrick's Day.
Students will practice listening comprehension and will learn about their rights.
At the end of the exercise, your students will have practiced the name of different musical instruments.
Practice with your students comparative adjectives.
Students will understand and explain warning sings, using the verbs; allow, permit, and the modal verbs; must, mustn’t, don’t.
Students will practice plurals and when to use "there is" or "there are"
Students will practice the names of different classroom items