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ACTIVITY SHEET 1

Community ESOL Materials for classroom use by ESOL teachers devised by Liz Chiu, Hillingdon Adult Education
ACTIVITY SHEET 2

Community ESOL Materials for classroom use by ESOL teachers devised by Liz Chiu, Hillingdon Adult Education
ACTIVITY SHEET 3
Work with Animals Part 1 Answer these questions about Part 1:
I have a friend called Su Lin. She …… Chinese. Her
1 What work does Su Lin’s father do?
parents …… farmers. They …… not rich, but they ……
2 Where are the chickens?
happy. On the farm there ……. a pig and there …… lots
3 Where is the dog?
of chickens. At home there ……. a dog, and a cat with five
4 How many kittens are there?
kittens. Su Lin loves them all. The smallest kitten …… Su
5 Who is Jet?
Lin’s favourite. She calls him Jet because he ……. black
6 What colour is Jet?
apart from his ears and the tip of his tail.
The verb ‘to be’ is missing. Write be /is /are in the spaces above.

Work with Animals Part 2


Answer these questions about Part 2:
Su Lin lives with her parents and her grandparents. She …… no
1 How many people live at Su Lin’s home?
brothers or sisters. She …… the housework with her mother.
2 Has Su Lin got any sisters?
Her grandparents ……. the cooking, and her father works in the
3 Who does the housework?
fields. Su Lin wants to be a vet. She studies very hard and she
4 Who does the cooking?
always …… her homework. She spends all her free time with
5 What work does Su Lin want to do?
the animals at home and on the farm. The pig is going to ……..
6 What does Su Lin do in her free time?
piglets in six weeks time.
7 What will happen to the pig in six weeks time?
The verbs ‘to do’ and ‘to have’ are missing.
Write have / has / do / does in the spaces above.

Community ESOL Materials for classroom use by ESOL teachers devised by Liz Chiu, Hillingdon Adult Education
ACTIVITY SHEET 4
1 How many hours do you spend at the following leisure facilities: 5. YOUR TIME CHART
choose: every week every month every year none Compare the time you spend in front of a screen and doing other activities
Recreation park …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. each week. Colour the ‘free time’ chart in 2 colours to show how you divide
Library …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. your time most weeks.
Swimming pool …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs …….
Fitness gym …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. time spent in front of a screen / time spent on other activities

Golf course …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs …….


Cinema …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs …….
Shopping centre …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. f r e e t i m e
(free hours in total, for example 10 hours per week)
Local theatre …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. ________________________________________________________________________
Leisure centre …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs ……. CLASS SURVEY
Music /dance hall …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs …….
Other:…………. …….hrs ……hrs ……..hrs …….
Complete the questionnaire yourself, then interview a classmate.
2 Which are your favourite leisure activities at home? Next, ask all the group for information from their interviews. Plus:
Write number 1, 2, 3 etc to show order of preference: How much time is spent on all activities from Questions 1-3, most weeks?
Gardening …………. Hobby: collecting …………..
Listening: radio, CDs …………. Making music ………….. How much free time do class members have, most weeks?
Reading books …………. Reading magazines .………….. COMPILING DATA
Yoga / exercise …………. Beauty therapy …………..
Artwork ………….. Board games ….………. Put all the information together to find:
Socialising /chatting …………. Card games ………….. 1. Which public leisure facilities are used the most?
Needlework …………. Puzzles …………..
Model making .…………. Other crafts ………….. 2. Which indoor activities are most popular?
3. Are there any other activities from Question 3 which would be popular?
3 Which activities do you enjoy which have not been listed above?
4. How much time do most class members spend in front of a screen?
1)………………………..….. 2) ……..…………………………
5. How much time do they spend on other activities?
3) ………………………...… 4) ………………………………..
CLASS RESULTS
4 In an average week, how much time do you spend:
Public facilities At Home Other activities: ‘Screen’ time Other activity time
a) watching TV / video? ………………… hours
b) Internet/ computer games? ………………… hours
c) Computer work/study? ………………… hours

Community ESOL Materials for classroom use by ESOL teachers devised by Liz Chiu, Hillingdon Adult Education
ACTIVITY SHEET 5

Behaviour,
ehaviour, Effort and Ability
Sentence A has a similar meaning to Sentence B in each case ™ Underline the verb in each sentence
™ Mark each pair: B (behaviour), E (effort) or A (ability) ™ Which verb is it? eg has done = verb: to do
For example:
1A Your daughter studies very hard. to study E 1B She is a very hard worker. to be
2A Your son tries hard. 2B He makes a lot of effort.
3A Your daughter is very quiet. 3B She doesn’t make any noise.
4A Your son has done all his homework. 4B He works hard at home.
5A Your daughter doesn’t write very neatly. 5B Her writing is quite untidy.
6A Your son answers the teacher very well. 6B He gives good answers in class.
7A Your daughter is always late. 7B She is never on time.
8A Your daughter came top of the class. 8B She is the best in the class.
9A Your son should be in the top set. 9B He is too good for the group he’s in.
10A Your daughter is very well behaved. 10B She behaves very well.
11A Your son is always talking in class. 11B He talks instead of studying.
12A Your daughter is very popular. 12B She has a lot of friends.
13A Your daughter doesn’t come to PE. 13B She has missed a lot of lessons.
14A Your son is very good at football. 14B He is a talented footballer.

Community ESOL Materials for classroom use by ESOL teachers devised by Liz Chiu, Hillingdon Adult Education