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Physical features

See also:
illness / injury
health - physical

The following ESL resources are available for Physical features:

book references (2)
pictures (1)
quiz (3)
Body parts quiz (170)
Simple parts of the body quiz with pictures






Parts of the body - external (154)
Suitable for intermediate levels + (1) hand; (2) shoulder; (3) forehead; (4) neck; (5) finger; (6) thumb; (7) wrist; (8) elbow; (9) breast; (10) stomach / tummy; (11) thigh; (12) knee; (13) shin; (14) toe; (15) calf; (16) ankle; (17) foot; (18) bottom / backside; (19) back; (20) upper arm; (21) forearm



General English course books (adults)

New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate book cover 

New Inside Out Student's Book Upper Intermediate 

Susan Kay   Vaughan Jones   
Unit 6 Eat  Page 57   Collocations with body parts

Photocopiable resource books

Elementary Grammar Games book cover 

Elementary Grammar Games 

Jill Hadfield   
20 - Imperatives  Page 20 
Small groups. Board game involving the following and making of instructions (imperatives) involving different parts of the body. 'Pat your head and rub your stomach' etc. (when you land on a certain square)

ESL lesson plans

Politics and the US Election

Complete lesson Vocabulary: politics, elections; skills: political issues.
US Election ESL worksheet 1 US Election ESL worksheet 2 US Election ESL worksheet 3 US Election ESL worksheet 4
Download Politics and the US Election (PDF)

Gender discrimination at work

Complete lesson Vocabulary: work clothes; skills: gender discrimination; grammar: reported speech.
Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 1 Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 2 Gender descrimination ESL worksheet 3
Download Workplace gender discrimination (PDF)

English grammar notes

Comparison with as...as

Comprehensive grammar reference notes, illustrated.
Grammar notes on comparison with as..as 1 Grammar notes on comparison with as..as 2 Grammar notes on comparison with as..as 3
Download English grammar notes: comparison with as...as (PDF)