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Lesson #1: Simple Present - Speaking Activity

Lesson #1: Simple Present – Speaking Activity

Lesson #1: Simple Present – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets the Simple Present verb tense. It is highly engaging because it evokes natural conversation from your students as you move them through three photographs asking them questions.
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Lesson #2: Simple Past – Speaking Activity

Lesson #2: Simple Past – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets the Simple Past verb tense. It is highly engaging because it evokes natural conversation from your students as you move them through three photographs asking them questions.
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Lesson #3: Simple Future – Speaking Activity

Lesson #3: Simple Future – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets the Simple Future verb tense. It is highly engaging because it evokes natural conversation from your students as you move them through three photographs asking them questions.
Lesson #4: Present Progressive - Speaking Activity

Lesson #4: Present Progressive – Speaking Activity

Lesson #4: Present Progressive – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets the Present Progressive verb tense. It is highly engaging because it evokes natural conversation from your students as you move them through three photographs asking them questions.
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Lesson #6: Modals – Speaking Activity

Lesson #6: Modals – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets Modals. Modals include can, could, may, might, maybe, should, have to, prefer, like better, would rather, etc. This speaking activity evokes natural conversation about real, everyday situations as you move your student(s) through three photographs asking them questions.
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Lesson # 7: Nouns & Pronouns – Speaking Activity

Lesson # 7: Nouns & Pronouns – Speaking Activity This ESL lesson targets Nouns & Pronouns. Nouns & Pronouns can include singular and plural forms of nouns, subject-verb agreement, objects of preposition, nouns as adjectives, and reflexive pronouns. This speaking activity evokes natural conversation about common objects your students use on a regular basis.