Free Interactive Worksheets! Test Your Reading Skills

Free Interactive Worksheets! Test Your Reading Skills

These free printable worksheets are taken from Purland Power Pack, which is a folder containing 2,000+ free PDF resources for teaching and learning English. You can download it here now.

Any Answers 1

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Any Answers 2

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Any Answers 3

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Any Answers 4

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We have been enjoying reading through the entries for the 2018 Children’s Word of the Year writing competition, which closed this week. Hundreds of entries from primary schools across Australia, representing all year levels, have made their way into the Oxford University Press office. This year, a significant number of home-schooled students have also taken… #WorldTeachersDay

via What is going to be the Oxford Australian Children’s Word of the Year? — Oxford Australia blog

Andreza Lago has a BA in Letras from UFAM (Universidade Federal do Amazonas) and an MA in TEFL from Universidad de León in Spain. She has been working in ELT for over 20 years as a teacher, teacher-trainer, materials writer and online tutor. She is the author of Tasks that Work and is currently teaching……

via Activity: Read, write and draw — World of Better Learning | Cambridge University Press

by Liz Walter I’ve written quite a bit recently about arguing and fighting, so I thought it would be nice to turn to something more pleasant: staying calm and relaxed. This can be difficult in the modern world, where many people report feeling stress or pressure (the anxious feeling you have when you have too much […]

via Don’t sweat the small stuff: words and phrases connected with keeping calm — About Words – Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog

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ESOL Discussion Activities – 40 People from the Bible

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ESOL Discussion Activities – 40 People from the Bible

by Kate Woodford Last month we focused on idioms that included various parts of the body. This week, we look at idioms featuring the most productive part – the head! As ever, we only cover phrases that are frequent and current. If there is a problem and you bury your head in the sand, you behave […]

via Common idioms with the word ‘head’ — About Words – Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog

MAMIL noun [C] /ˈmæm.ɪl/ abbreviation for middle-aged man in lycra: a man who takes up cycling in middle age, especially one who rides an expensive bike and spends a lot of money on clothing, accessories and so on Richard’s transformation into a MAMIL began five years ago when, to get fit, he bought a road […]

via New words – 1 October 2018 — About Words – Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog

A while back, I summarised an article for ELT Research Bites exploring the reasons why language teaching professionals rarely access primary research reports. The main findings were that practitioners may have negative perceptions of research as irrelevant, they may face practical constraints such as expensive pay walls and a lack of time to find and […] #English #ELT #ESOL #ESL #EFL #TESOL #Language #LearnEnglish #EnglishLesson #StudyEnglish #Material #Communicative #Research #Access #Universities #Study

via How to access ELT-relevant research — Clare’s ELT Compendium