Spring Spidergrams

Spring debates, FCE CAE exam prep, speaking and writing prompts

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Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts
Spring debates exam prep speaking and writing prompts

Spring Spidergrams is a communicative and fun activity for all ELA and ESL learners. Perfect for speaking and writing activities as well as assignments. Spring Spidergrams can also be used as Spring or Earth Day Writing Prompts, debate clubs, and FCE/CAE/etc Exam preparation activities.

What is it?

  • a versatile ESL/ELA activity

  • focusing on communication and collaboration

  • EXAM prep: FCE/CAE/etc

  • ESL levels: B1-C2

  • for classroom and digital use

What's Included?

  • 25 spring-themed spidergrams in high-quality PNG format (great for interactive boards and/or digital lessons)

    • each card includes a spring-themed question, 5 answers, and a follow-up question

  • 1 PDF file with 1 card per page

  • a template (with 7 different backgrounds) for your students to make their own spring-themed spidergrams

  • one card with keywords and phrases

  • 4 printable PDF versions with 3 cards per page

    • A4 - in colour and B&W

    • US letter - in colour and B&W

  • A PowerPoint Presentation

  • Teacher's notes

Can be used as a/an:

  • debate

  • speaking practice

  • warm-up

  • exam practice

  • writing assignment

  • homework

Aims:

  • to use spring vocabulary in context,

  • to practise giving opinions, agreeing, disagreeing, and reaching a conclusion,

  • to practise collaborative discussions,

  • to exchange ideas,

  • to learn time management,

  • to prepare for Cambridge First and Advanced: Speaking Part 3

  • to create our own cards using the Handy English templates

How about...?