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Christmas activities PDF (1 MB)

A collection of themed activities for all levels and abilities to expand and revise vocabulary, and develop reading and writing skills.

Guy Fawkes Night - a lesson for adult learners PDF (861 KB)

Themed lesson plans and activities to support your pre-intermediate adult students with their reading skills and a revision of direct and reported speech.

Valentine’s Day adult PDF (400 KB)

Themed lesson plans and activities to support your elementary adult students with a discussion and guided writing activity.

Wordlists

insight wordlists with phonetic transcriptions, definitions and example sentences.

Easter adult PDF (361 KB)

Themed lesson plans and activities to support your intermediate adult students with reading, grammar revision and writing activities.

Halloween Worksheets PDF (1 MB)

A collection of themed activities for all levels and abilities to expand vocabulary, develop reading and writing skills and improve grammar.

World Space Week adult PDF (274 KB)

Themed lesson plans and activities to introduce this festival to your intermediate adult students and develop their reading and discussion skills.

Myths and legends (Adult lesson plan) PDF (905 KB)

Capture the imagination of your Adult learners with some of history’s most entertaining myths and legends!

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