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Board Game - Name 5 Things

Board Game - Name 5 Things

Board Game - What did you do yesterday?

Board Game - What did you do yesterday?

Board game irregular verbs

Board game irregular verbs

Tips for First Year Teachers and Behavior Management in the Classroom!

Tips for First Year Teachers and Behavior Management in the Classroom!

Board Game - A Terrible Day (Simple Past) Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu

Board Game - A Terrible Day (Simple Past) Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu

Boardgame_Introductions & socializing for beginners

Boardgame_Introductions & socializing for beginners

English Grammar, Conversation Practice Activity PAST CONTINUOUS…

English Grammar, Conversation Practice Activity PAST CONTINUOUS…

Past Simple vs Past Continuous Boardgame

Past Simple vs Past Continuous Boardgame

Are you ready to up your game in teaching the kids? Get ready to engage your students and teach with movies using these movie-themed lesson plans! from The Jenny Evolution

Are you ready to up your game in teaching the kids? Get ready to engage your students and teach with movies using these movie-themed lesson plans! from The Jenny Evolution

This game can be used to practise present tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect. The rules are similar to a regular game of Ludo - the only difference is that when you counter lands on a new square, you must make a proper sentence using one of the present tenses e.g. I always watch TV, I don't watch TV, Are you watching TV now? etc. The squares have been color-coded to help students choose the proper tense. - ESL worksheets

This game can be used to practise present tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect. The rules are similar to a regular game of Ludo - the only difference is that when you counter lands on a new square, you must make a proper sentence using one of the present tenses e.g. I always watch TV, I don't watch TV, Are you watching TV now? etc. The squares have been color-coded to help students choose the proper tense. - ESL worksheets