☆☆☆☆ How about visiting London! ☆☆☆☆
This is a set of 33 worksheets about the famous capital city of the United Kingdom, London. These original lesson resources were made for EFL learners (beginners).
Let’s go to london!
❑ Brainstorming from famous landmarks (speaking)
❑ Top 10 attractions (video)
❑ Speaking follow-up (preparation for final task)
❑ 10 monuments cards to fill in from a book read-aloud (reading, listening and writing activity, speaking follow-up)
❑ Webquest (reading and writing)
❑ Information on 10 attractions + tube stations (grammar, speaking, reading)
❑ Activities around the London Tube (video + speaking).
❑ Activities around London Transport (speaking + reading)
❑ Let’s visit London (video + speaking follow up)
❑ Grammar study (direction, suggestions, be going to)
❑ Original London Poem (reading and listening)
❑ History of Art from Carl Warner’s skyline.
✉ Please note that this set doesn't include
the audio documents from French textbooks. The poem is an original creation (and a listening version is included).
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