Students read about some of the most famous sights and write what they are called. Then match the pictures to their names. It is one more way to learn about this city, as we are preparing for a competition. Hope it may be useful for you. - ESL worksheets
I prepared some powerpoints about London. You can find them (10 parts) here. The first one is here: http://en.islcollective.com/worksheets/worksheet_page?id=12719After watching the powerpoints you can use this worksheet to remember the places. Choose the word from the box and write under the correct picture - ESL worksheets
Characteristics of the United Kingdom
Basic characteristics in symbols of the countries in the UK. I stuck it onto the wall next to the board for quick reference during culture bound classes. Hope you like it! - ESL worksheets
LONDON - Colour and BW version - ESL worksheet by alba_rimini
Picture dictionary + matching exercices in two versions: the colour one has got bictures, the BW one has got cliparts.
London-Quiz time (Key included) - ESL worksheet by Katiana
A basic quiz on London. Students choose the right option after reading the questions or sentences. THE KEY IS INCLUDED. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice day. Hugs!
English-speaking countries - Matching activity
Let your pupils connect all the matching information, pictures, names and flags. In addition to the worksheet itself, you can have a group or class discussion on what the symbols represent...maybe the pupils can research on the Internet. - ESL worksheets
What do you know about the UK? - ESL worksheet by Nuria08
It´s a worksheet for students to learn about the UK, Great Britain, the flags, the emblems, the patron saints... I used it as a websearch activity, but it can also be used in class. I hope you like it!
Great Fire of London Display Paper Model Building
How Can This Paper Model Aid Learning? If you need some ideas for how to bring details of the Great Fire of London into clarity for your class, then we encourage them to get creative with this fantastic paper craft Great Fire of London building model.Simply cut and fold to create a paper lodging which is perfect for your classroom display, role play area or even as something lovely for your children to take home. Why not get your class thinking about decoration, using crayons, green pipe…