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See my TEFL webpage at http://www.globalcitizen.co.uk …

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This selection of my favourite English lesson resources is adapted specifically for other Hong Kong primary children. All have an informal, fun-based approach and are original designs courtesy of yours truly.

Some Powerpoints cover several lessons and include accompanying printable worksheets and games - most can be adapted for older or younger pupils.

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  • 1. Name: ______________________ Class: P (___) Date: _______________________ The day today is:_______________ The weather is: ________________ Make an acrostic ‘I like’ poem using your English name and draw a picture. For example: angoes, I eat ea, I drink ain, I love abbits, my pet M TR pples, I eat omatoes, I hate RT A C I am from hina, ranges, I like O Y ellow, I like! essy, I am not! M Write your name …and write a Draw a picture down here… poem! here. __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________
  • 2. Work in pairs. Put the rhyming words in the correct circle. For Light example ‘bat’ rhymes with ‘cat’. You must say the words Bat together, as you cannot tell if it is a rhyming word by looking Said at the spelling. Kite Stay red night Bed Fight kite Sat Mouse Day Mat Bite So house away Rat Head Right Today Hat No cat grow At Say Fat Play May Go Say the words together! Here you can write down some words which rhyme with… tree