TEFL/ESOL Extension Activities | EFL Resource £0.00
There are two types of extension activities you can use in the TEFL/ESOL classroom: activities that are planned as part of the lesson to extend and underline the language point you are teaching and spontaneous, seemingly off-the-cuff activities. This free download details some extension activities organised according to the four skills of English: reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also accompanies our TEFL/ESOL Extension Activities blog that you can view here. You will receive an email with a PDF for you to download and print.
Virtual Tours of the UK | EFL Resource £0.00
If a UK study trip is out of the question, why not take your students on a virtual tour instead? We have put together a list of some of the best virtual tours of well-known English landmarks for you and your students to explore all from the comfort of your classroom! These make for a fun and educational EFL lesson. You will receive an email with a PDF document that you can download and print.
Colour/Color Quiz | EFL Worksheet £0.00
Colours and words associated with colour find their way into many English phrases and idioms. They occur in all sorts of themes that people might want to write or speak about in English. So we have compiled this FREE downloadable quiz based entirely around colours! The questions have been differentiated to cater for all levels of English learners from beginners to quite advanced. A few may even tax the brains of teachers as well! You will receive an email with a PDF to download.
Classroom Observation Checklist | EFL Resource £0.00
Observations are part of the TEFL/ESOL Teacher’s life. They can take many forms and few of us really enjoy them. They can be very stressful and when we are observed we seldom feel that we are being ourselves. To make things a little easier, we have compiled this free observation checklist to help you prepare for observations. We hope you find it helpful and wish you luck for your next observation! You may also find our Dealing With Observations in the TEFL/ESOL Classroom blog a useful accompaniment. You will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.
Classroom Easter Activities | EFL Worksheet £0.00
This FREE downloadable worksheet is the perfect accompaniment to the activities in our Easter Activities for the EFL Classroom blog. It is also a great way to teach learners some tasting vocabulary. Depending on the level of your students, you can make this as simple or as complex as you wish. Once you have completed your order, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.
Tea-Themed Crossword | EFL Worksheet £0.00
Need a quick warm-up or cool-down activity? Then this crossword is for you! In honour of National Tea Day, we put together this fun resource for you to use in your EFL classroom. What could be more British than a cup of tea! If you would like more ideas of how to incorporate the Tea theme into your classroom, check out this blog How do I make the perfect cup of English tea?. The document also comes with a separate teacher answer page. You will receive an email with a PDF document that you can download and print.
Tips for Multiple-Choice Written Exams | EFL Worksheet £0.00
This three-page top tips handout is great to give to your students before exams start. Making sure they are well prepared gives them the best chance to show what they can do. This resource covers topics such as knowing the basics of the exam, the marking scheme, strategies for choosing the correct answer, how to spot distractors, final checks, and general exam tips. You will receive an email with a PDF document that you can download and print.
Education in Britain | Gap-Fill Worksheet | EFL Resource £0.00
Many TEFL/ESOL course books refer to the school and education system in Britain in various contexts for different ages and levels of ability. A lot of TEFL/ESOL teachers around the world originate from Britain and can talk from first hand experience of the British system. But not everyone can do that. In any case, the education system of Britain and the schools where lessons are taught are often changing and evolving. First hand knowledge and experience can soon become dated. This worksheet is a paired gap text version of one of our blog posts, Understanding Education in the UK - which can be used as a reading comprehension exercise in its own right.
TEFL Pre-Interview Checklist | EFL Resource £0.00
Do you have an upcoming interview for a teaching position? Then download this FREE checklist. With a focus on preparing yourself mentally as well as practically we hope this will take some of the stress out of interviews for you. If you would like some advice on searching for and applying for jobs in TEFL, as well as top interview tips, make sure you check out our Applying for a Job in TEFL and Top Tips for Interviews Blog. You will receive an email with a PDF document that you can download and print.
Make Your Own Board Spinners | EFL Resource £0.00
This handout contains templates and instructions to make your own board spinners. Once you’ve made your spinner, take a photo and share it with us! We’d love to see the creative ways you find to use a board spinner in your classroom. For more ideas on how to use the arrow spinner, see our Top ten best board spinner ideas and activities for the English classroom blog. You will receive an email with a PDF to download and print.
The Four Conditional Types | A Quick Reference Guide for Teachers | EFL Resource £0.00
If conditionals were easy, we wouldn’t need to spend hours thinking about how to teach them to our ESOL/TEFL or EAL students! So we have put together this quick reference guide to the main types of conditional and their uses. If you are still familiarising yourself with the different types of conditional, it might be worth pinning a copy to your desk. You can also take a look at our If Conditionals Were Easy blog, full of tips and resources for busy TEFL, ESOL and EAL teachers. You will receive an email with a link to a PDF to download and print.
"If" Quiz | Teaching Conditionals | EFL Resource £0.00
If you could download a quiz for practising conditionals, would you do it? If the answer is yes then we have just what you need! This free downloadable quiz has twenty questions all beginning with "if" to use with your TEFL, ESOL and EAL students. The quiz could be used to supplement or follow up work on ‘conditional forms’. You might ask your students to identify the conditional question form being used or to compose their own quiz questions beginning with ‘if’. If you would like more guidance and activities to teach conditionals to your students, then take a look at our If Conditionals Were Easy blog and The Four Conditional Types guide. You will receive an email with a link to a PDF to download and print.
Third Conditional | EFL Lesson Plan £0.00
This EFL lesson plan is aimed at revising previously learned conditional structures and introducing the Third Conditional. We know from experience that students often find it to be the most complicated of the four conditional forms to understand conceptually and grammatically. We hope that TEFL, ESOL, EAL and other Teachers of English will find it useful. For more on Conditionals, take a look at our If Conditionals Were Easy blog and our Quick Reference Guide to The Four Conditional Types. You will receive an email with a link to a PDF to download and print.