ESL Beginning High Grammar: Simple Present-Affirmative and Negative Sentences

ESL Beginning High Grammar: Simple Present-Affirmative and Negative Sentences

The simple present form is used to describe routine activities. For example, saying, "I brush my teeth", implies that I brush my teeth regularly. We will use the following phrases in the simple present to make negative and affirmative sentences. Have a dangerous jobHave an interesting jobNeed a driver's licenseStand all dayWear a uniformWear an [...]

Going to the Doctor: English Conversation

Going to the Doctor: English Conversation

It is important to go to the doctor to keep a healthy body and treat illness. In this activity, you will practice a conversation between doctor and patient. First, learn the terms for various illnesses: Now, complete the following dialogue with a partner. In between rounds, substitute the illnesses and the amount of times. For [...]

EL Civics 2. Want Ad Live Practice and Job Titles

EL Civics 2. Want Ad Live Practice and Job Titles

This is the second part to the Beginning EL Civics Training Module. For part one, click here . First, let's get acquainted with examples of different job title. A job title is the name of the position that a job has. Occupations Vocabulary What do they do? Occupations Matching Exercise Now that you know the [...]

EL Civics 1. Want Ad Abbreviations

EL Civics 1. Want Ad Abbreviations

For this year's EL Civics assessment, students will complete two tasks related to employment and job training. The main objective is: Identify and access employment and training resources needed to obtain and keep a job. Here, we will focus on the first Task. Task 1: Interpret Job Openings Given resources such as “help wanted” ads [...]