Here’s a prescription printable that you can use for doctor-patient role-plays with Movers. There’s two of them on one page so hopefully that helps with the printing.
Download the handout here: Prescription.
It’s a pretty basic form but it will help the “doctors” ask the right questions and give and record the advice.
Structures that could be used in the lesson:
What’s your name?
How old are you?
What’s your address?
What’s the matter?
Where does it hurt?
Here are some pills for…
You should eat/drink/exercise…
I have some plastic stethoscopes (like the one in the photo above) that I usually use for this kind of lesson. The kids love them and they have a lot of fun giving consultations.
Hope you find this useful.
Have fun teaching!
Hello! Since we’re going to celebrate Easter this weekend here in Romania and the kids (and the teachers!) are a couple of days away from a two-week spring break (oh-god-yes), I thought I’d make an Easter-related board game that involves more movement and is hopefully more fun. Also, this time it’s in Word, so you can edit it if you want.
So without further ado, here it is: Easter Board Game final. I plan on using it with my stronger Movers. Hope they’ll have fun with it.
Well, that’s it. Don’t forget to like and share and if you have any suggestions, I’d be more than happy to read them.
Have a great spring!🌼🌼🌼
Here are some cards that you can use in class if you’re teaching/revising personality adjectives. They’re great for role-plays, miming or any other vocabulary games that you might want to use.
I’d love to hear some of your ideas on how to use these.
(Liking and sharing would really help: ).