February 3

Where are you?

Not an existentialist question, but a quick filler which my colleague Nico shared at TEFL del Sur’s Swap Shop. An easy way to practise prepositions of place and classroom vocabulary with YLs – very useful for the Cambridge Exams, especially at Starters level where learners have to place objects on a picture card.

Learners describe their current position in relation to the class and their classmates.  For example,

I’m sitting next to Laura.

I’m opposite the teacher.

I’m under the projector.

I’m on a blue chair.

where are you

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Posted February 3, 2015 by Teresa Bestwick in category Exams

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