Teaching Material

Free Photocopiable Material for Teachers

What’s the deal?

In many of the posts in this website I have included an option for teachers to download a pdf. of the lesson so that they can use it with their students – Grammar and Vocabulary worksheets, Activities with Songs and much more.  Over time I will include more material – from posts that are already on the website, as well as new material.

What do I have to do?

Nothing. You will notice that there is a ‘profesornativogratis.com’ watermark on the worksheets. The only thing I ask you is not to get rid of this.

How do I download the material?

  1. On any page you will see a TEACHERS’ MATERIAL option in the CATEGORIES menu. Alternatively, the full list is also at the BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
  2. At the beginning of these posts you will read a message: ARE YOU A TEACHER? Click on this to open the pdf. and that’s it – it’s yours!

And if I have any questions?

Some of the more advanced material (‘My City’, for example) is full of cultural references. Likewise, those of you who are more used to US English may have some doubts about some aspects of UK English. No problem! Just send me a message or email (bottom of page), and I’ll get back to you (Be patient – I don’t go online every day). The same applies if you’d like me to supply a pdf. in any of the posts in this website.

STEP 1: Categories Menu on any Page
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STEP 2: After choosing the Lesson, click on the TEACHER message
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STEP 3: The pdf. is yours to print or download.
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Here is the full list of Downloadable Posts!

 

Posters and Classroom Material

 

Special Days

 

Writing

 

Songsheets

 

Listening Exercises

 

Games

Grammar

Some of these posts come from my Videotutorials. You can use them in the same way, to explain the topic and use it as a Speaking exercise, or adapt them in your own way. The second part of the sheet is part of a Listening exercise which is on the webpage. These are marked with an asterisk (*).

 

Vocabulary

Many of these posts come from my Videotutorials. You can use them in the same way, to explain the topic and use it as a Speaking exercise, or adapt them in your own way. The second part of the sheet is part of a Listening exercise which is on the webpage. These are marked with an asterisk (*).