A worksheet designed to motivate students to maintain their level of English by reading in English. Ranging from topic-related vocabulary to popular "book" idioms and phrases, this worksheet can spark your students' interest. Fluency is practised through discussion questions which are both topic-related and personalised, such as: "Which books have had the biggest impact on you?"
A fun worksheet which takes a look at common swear words in the English language. A vocabulary mix-and-match exercise is followed by stimulating conversation questions to develop fluency. E.g. "Why do students often find it easy to remember taboo words in English?"
An absorbing worksheet about Multiple Intelligences and learning styles. A true-or-false questionnaire leads into a fluency activity in the form of questions for discussion. This one is bound to get your students talking!
A great worksheet for those students who are fed up with endless course-book based lessons about the memory and techniques to improve it: this worksheet is all about forgetting! Refreshingly different discussion questions such as "Can memory loss ever be a good thing?" give students ample opportunity to develop their fluency.
Conversation questions (e.g. "What difficulties might people have if punctuation were abolished?") develop fluency. Then there is a challenging error-correction exercise where students work to correct the punctuation mistakes in the sentences.
A great worksheet to use around exam time! It practises vocabulary with a gap-fill for topic-related words and phrases, and promotes fluency with discussion questions such as "Do you think exams which are taken in one country should be valid all over the world (e.g. English exams, driving tests, etc?)".
Pronunciation is rarely a student's favourite part of learning English but luckily this worksheet can help them to understand its importance. The lesson is designed to encourage fluency and is based around a personalised true-or-false questionnaire which students use to generate conversation with their partner.