"Unfinished Sentences" is a spoken language resource for ESL/EFL teachers and language /communication trainers to be used in either one-on-one lessons or classrooms. The topics in this e-book are for intermediate speakers: who are young adults, homemakers, and professionals. The vocabulary, phrases, and sentence structures are from real-life conversations. And the more sentences students will finish with their life experiences and opinions, the more they will get used to the informal way of starting and maintaining conversations in English.
Who can use it?
- It is an excellent resource for English Teachers and Language Trainers who constantly need to come up with new topics to discuss with their students and improve their conversational skills. Due to their applicability in diverse situations, these unfinished sentences can also be used by trainers within the learning and development field for ice-breaking activities and as conversation starters that can even take the form of 60-minute discussion sessions.
- Self-learners can use the unfinished sentences by sharing them with their English-speaking friends or private teachers and practicing finishing the sentences according to their opinions and life experiences. Being able to get instant feedback on grammar, vocabulary, and sentence structures can help learners improve at a faster speed.
How to use the unfinished sentences?
Complete the unfinished sentences one by one by telling stories, opinions, and life experiences. The instructors can also record the students' answers while speaking and provide them with instant or delayed feedback including what kind of correct and relevant vocabulary, colloquial expressions, and phrases were supposed to be used while completing the sentences. Similarly, the students can transcribe their answers and get feedback from the teachers and language trainers for feedback/correction when live tutoring is not available. Additionally, trainers working in the learning and development field can use it during ice-breaking activities by assigning a few questions to pairs or groups to improve their learning experience.
What kind of vocabulary, phrases, and topics are used?
To make sure that the vocabulary, phrases, expressions, and sentence structures come from real-life conversations and can actually be used in informal situations such as telling stories, explaining something, sharing opinions, etc., they are created by mixing the sentences specifically used in youtube videos by native speakers of English Language including interviews, videos by Nathanial Drew, Eva Zu Beck, YES theory, Ali Abdaal, and other travel and language vlogs.
Hope you will have an easy time creating your lessons with this Ebook.
PDF of "500 Unfinished Sentences for ESL & EFL Lessons - eBook"