A lesson about Friday the 13th superstitions for English language learners, with example sentences, reading, listening and writing activities, and a follow-up quiz on the song Superstition, by Stevie Wonder. Browse our site for many more free online English word games, vocabulary quizzes, lesson activities and worksheets for learners at all levels of English, and free lesson resources for ELT and literacy tutors.
Intermediate ESL video listening exercise about extreme winter weather conditions causing chaos and disruption across the UK. Watch the video, and then do a multiple choice quiz. Browse our site for many more free English language lessons, quizzes, games and worksheets for English language students and young learners.
Essential word lists and safety drills relating to health and safety in college, the workplace, and everyday life. Vocabulary lists and quizzes for English language learners from beginner level upwards, and printable worksheets and other lesson resources for teachers. Includes materials on firework safety.
English vocabulary list of useful words and phrases to talk about diseases, sickness, illness and feeling unwell, with example sentences and clear explanations to help put words and phrases into context.
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As it's colds and flu season in many countries, this vocabulary lesson for talking about sickness and feeling unwell may come in useful.
Intermediate video listening exercise for English learners about extreme winter weather conditions causing chaos and disruption across the UK. Watch the video, and complete a multiple choice quiz to test how much you have understood.
An advanced English graded reading text about Valentine's Day, for English language learners and academic English students. Learn about the history of Valentine's Day, and how people around the world celebrate it.
An easy English graded reader about Saint David's Day, for adult ESOL students and elementary English learners. Browse our site for many more quizzes and activities on festivals and celebrations, teaching resources, and free English language courses.
A graded reader for English language students. Learn about Mardi Gras, a joyful and lively celebration which is held annually in New Orleans, USA. Part of a free online series of lessons for English language learners about world festivals and cultures. Browse our site menus for hundreds more free teaching resources and games and activities for english students.
Online English language activities about the African American civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Free resources include teaching materials, reading and listening quizzes, matching exercises and printable worksheets for teaching adult ESL students and young learners.
A topic based lesson plan for teaching about New Year's resolutions for Upper Intermediate English students working at B2 level or higher.Students talk about plans for the coming year, and review conditionals. A communicative skills lesson, with unplugged type activities and mobile friendly online exercises suitable for flipped classroom use.
An online Gap Fill for English language learners on the song Winter's Tale by David Essex. Watch the video and complete the gaps in the lyrics by typing in the missing nouns. Part of a comprehensive collection of mobile friendly song lessons, featuring songs sung in English by popular artists and bands.
Reading text, for an ESL lesson about Burns Night, the Scottish festival that celebrates the birth of poet Robert Burns, adult Pre-Intermediate English language students and above. Suitable for classroom use or self study at home.
A C1/C2 reading text about the Venice Carnival (Carnivale), for Upper Intermediate and Advanced English learners. Part of a free online collection of articles and short stories for English language students.
A listening and vocabulary lesson about the northern lights for adult English language learners and IELTS students. Activities include speaking and listening practice, and a vocabulary and grammar review.
An advanced English language listening exercise about female entrerpreneurs in Silicon Valley, for upper intermediate learners and IELTS students. Watch a news report about breaking down the barriers for women working in the technology industry, and answer a series of challenging listening comprehension questions. Suitable for classroom use or self-study.
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