10-lessons for low levels

This is a 10-lesson mini-course to help you find different activities at your level.

For each lesson there are a selection of links to different kinds of interactive exercises :

  • listening to a song
  • listening to and watching videos
  • listening to audio recordings
  • grammar exercises
  • reading exercises
  • pronunciation exercises

It is best to do an hour every day.

When you have finished these selections you will know where to find other exercises to continue working on your own.

Lesson 1

Grammar

Listening and writing

Listening

Reading

A song

Lesson 2

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening

A song

Lesson 3

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening and reading

For Fun !

Lesson 4

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening

A song

Lesson 5

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening

Reading

A song

Lesson 6

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening

Listening and Reading

A song

Lesson 7

Spelling

Reading

Pronunciation

Listening

A song

Lesson 8

Grammar

Listening and writing

Pronunciation

Listening

A song

Lesson 9

Grammar

Reading and Listening

Pronunciation

Listening and Writing

A song

For fun !

German Coast Guard Video

Lesson 10

Grammar

  • Changes 1
  • Zero Wing You have to correct the aliens’ English by choosing the right sentence. You don’t need to understand the Finnish.

Reading and Listening

Pronunciation

Listening and Writing

A song

Selected resources for beginners in English

Total Physical Response exercises Henny Jellema. Listen to the recording and match the sentence to the picture. A huge number of exercises suitable for people beginning English.

Live Action English INTERACTIVE Unit Movies 12 simple action stories for students to act out

Number Pronunciation and Spelling

English numbers

Figures and numbers Numbers and Dates

Origin of the Months of the Year

Origin of the Days of the Week

Bang on Time Read the time in words and stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position.

Michel Barbot’s Beginner’s Page

Be

have

YES vs NO ANSWERS

Building Questions

Meet Julia ROBERTS

Jobs

What does he / she do? What do they do?

What do they do in their job?

Short answers with « DO / DOES », « DON’T / DOESN’

20 verbs

Present continuous : Subject + be + Verb + ING

The months of the year

Pronouncing the alphabet

to be – past

ESL Blue: animated grammar tutorials

English Quizzes Tereza Neves A lot of easy exercises with pictures.

Vocabulary

Uvic’s Vocabulary exercises Matching words and pictures.

Learning Chocolate Each set of vocabulary words is presented with pictures which are reused in matching, fill in and dictation exercises. Numerous themes: Living room, Entertainers, Solar System…

The Internet Picture Dictionary

Flashcards

Fill in the Blanks

Word Scramble

Stinky Spelling

Straight Recall

Learning Vocabulary Fun Do the Match Game

Illustrated vocabulary Flashcard vocabulary games Institut de la Providence – Bernard Dupriez

What’s the Correct Word Order ? 34 Easy Questions Charles Kelly

Describing your Family About.Com – Kenneth Beare

Learn English Online

Lesson 1 — am/is/are + what?/who?

Lesson 2 — English Greetings, Introductions and Farewells

Introductions (mixed-up sentence exercises)

Lesson 3 — People and Places – Where?

Lesson 4 – Sort It! (mixed up sentence exercises)

Reading

Adult Learning Activities California Distance Learning Project News stories with audio or video. The exercises are less interesting.

The Learning Edge  A newspaper for adults learning to read. Features news stories with animated video, text and audio.

Literacy4all Martha A. Lane