Nate the Great EFL Worksheets for Korean and Japanese Students

There are an absolute abundance of Nate the Great worksheets on the Internet. The trouble is that they’re designed for native speakers – likely to read a novel like this in one go – and not EFL students, who are more likely to study it in the classroom over several lessons.  So this year I’ve been busy trying to fill that gap with these classroom tested products that you can download to use in your lessons.

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The new worksheets I’ve uploaded to The ESL Review Store solve the problem of teaching to EFL students by breaking down the book into five easily teachable lessons. Now you won’t have to dwell unnecessarily on how much to teach your students because I’ve already done that for you.

Most importantly, there are translations of 50 key vocabulary words from across the book so even teachers who don’t speak or read their students’ L1 can feel certain that their young students really understand what the words in the book mean.

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In addition to lists of vocabulary words, each unit has reading comprehension questions, creative writing exercises, vocabulary practice, and word puzzles. Each unit also has a quiz to test the children’s understanding of the text and vocabulary. Not sure you want to commit? Try the first unit out for free with your students!Nate the Great - Image 3Nate the Great - Image 6
I plan to have one novel study booklet for each title in this series done by 2016. Here is what is available so far:

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Click any of the images above to check them out.

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