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Miscellaneous integrated skills worksheets

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  • A day in the life of…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to complete an account of a typical day in the life of a person.

  • A day in the life of…

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to complete an account of a typical day in the life of a person.

  • Brad's story

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write and ask questions to obtain information in order to complete a text.

  • Classroom challenge

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to encourage students to review their notebooks and focus on problem areas.

  • Exchanging contracts

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write an imaginary contract for teachers.

  • Exchanging contracts

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write an imaginary contract for teachers.

  • Give me a clue

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and complete it.

  • Give me a clue

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and complete it.

  • Group literature

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice writing, reading and speaking in the present simple, past simple and past progressive tenses.

  • Have you ever…?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game to practise using past participles of regular and irregular verbs.

  • Health quiz

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practise talking about food, diets and lifestyles.

  • Helpful journalists

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives.

  • Holiday crossword

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and complete it.

  • If you come here

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read information, write notes about it and choose a place you want to visit.

  • If you come here...

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read information, write notes about it and choose a place you want to visit.

  • It made my day!

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to create a story by completing sentences and inventing details.

  • It made my day!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Advanced Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to create a story by completing sentences and inventing details.

  • Jon's story

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write questions to practise using present perfect simple and past simple.

  • Looking into the future

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to make predictions using will and going to.

  • Magic money

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by saying and listening to sentences. To write the story down in a group dictation.

  • Mixed recipes

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put recipes in the correct order by reading and writing instructions.

  • Mixed recipes

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put recipes in the correct order to practise using the imperative or the present simple.

  • My ideal world

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write about and discuss how people should behave in your ideal world.

  • My ideal world

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write about and discuss how people have to and don’t have to behave in yout ideal world.

  • Ouch!

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write complaints about health and corresponding advice.

  • Over the bridge…

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write a description of an imaginary place to live. To complete a partner's description of an imaginary place to live.

  • Package tours

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking and answering questions with the present simple.

  • Photofit

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a memory game, matching a written description of a person to a picture. To write an imaginary identity for a person.

  • Photofit

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to play a memory game, matching a written description of a person to a picture. To write an imaginary identity for a person.

  • Princess Penny

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Starter/beginner Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read sentences from a story to practise the past simple.

  • Record breakers

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read information and to write questions. To ask and answer questions.

  • Record breakers

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to read information and to write questions. To ask and answer questions.

  • Shirley Valentine

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by saying and listening to sentences. To write the story down in a group dictation.

  • Stevie Wonder

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write and ask questions to obtain information in order to complete a life history.

  • Strange things happen

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by saying and listening to sentences.

  • Stuff and things

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and complete it.

  • The grass is always greener

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Upper intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to write and talk about things you wish you had or hadn't done.

  • The history of English

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice asking questions.

  • Think of a word

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to play a game to peactise using comparative forms.

  • Vacation crossword

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to write clues for a crossword and complete it.

  • Welcome to my town

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice giving suggestions.

  • What did you have for dinner last night?

    Author: Susan Banman Sileci and Ana Maria Cuder Level: Elementary Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to practice using the past simple in yes/no questions and information questions.

  • When in Rome

    Author: Sue Kay Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    A British English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by saying and listening to sentences. To write the story down in a group dictation.

  • When in Rome

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to put a story in the correct order by reading out loud and listening to sentences. To write the story down in a group dictation.

  • Who is right?

    Author: Simon Williams Level: Intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to distinguish between pairs of confusing words.

  • Who said what?

    Author: Sue Kay and Simon Greenall Level: Pre-intermediate Type: Worksheet Staff RoomPrint material

    An American English worksheet to read and match sentences to an American English or a British English speaker.

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  • Very useful worksheets on a variety of topics/language.
    Rather time consuming to go through them though. It'd be helpful if they were organised by level and language covered.

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