Next week I am going to teach containers in English. I am going to use the following set of activities. http://www.engames.eu/simple-containers/
Forming questions and short answers in the present simple tense. http://www.engames.eu/questions-answers-present-simple/
Do you like playing games with your students? At http://www.engames.eu/irregular-verbs-board-game/ there is a board game on irregular verbs.
Learn or teach vocabulary connected with Health and Disease. http://www.engames.eu/health-and-disease-vocabulary/
Teach your students how to give the simplest directions using the following communicative activities. http://www.engames.eu/giving-simple-directions/
A book with texts to improve learners´ grammar. Download for free at http://www.engames.eu/grammar-up-book-for-free/
Do your students use the verb BE instead of HAVE GOT? Do you find it difficult to explain the difference? Try the following set of materials to teach the difference. http://www.engames.eu/verbs-be-and-have-got/
Verb patterns in English. To help you teach this grammar point, in my post there are two games and an infographic. Check it out at http://www.engames.eu/verb-patterns-pre-intermediate/
I have corrected and hopefully improved the following post on the past continuous tense. There are two games and an infographic to help you teach this tense. Check it out at http://www.engames.eu/past-continuous-tense/
Do you need to teach the Furniture vocabulary? At http://www.engames.eu/furniture-vocabulary/ you can find an infographic and three games to help you achieve this goal. I hope you like it.
In the following post you can find an infographic to explain the verb HAVE TO. Moreover, there are two games for your students to practise the grammar. http://www.engames.eu/modal-verbs-dont/