Describing Appearances: Looks vs. looks like, grammar, speaking for ESL/EFL/ELLs
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Get your grammar game on with this lively lesson on describing emotions and appearances. Helps students use the commonly confused terms: look(s) and look(s) like.
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This is a comprehensive, communicative, and colorful lesson that includes activities for visual learners, speaking, writing, listening, grammar, and fun.
- Call and Response warm up activity
- Grammar charts and explanations for all forms
- Focus on third person singular forms
- Game 1: Read my face! Expressing emotions
- Game 2: 60-Second That Emotion
- Writing: Describing a photo
- Numbered photo speaking prompts
- Grammar quiz: 10 questions on Looks vs. looks like
- Teacher's notes and answer key
It is well-suited for high beginner to intermediate ESL students.
Made for distance learning, adaptable for classroom use.
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