This is a great topic. Get Ss discussing what small things really drive them crazy - their pet peeves.
Use the handy brainstorming template to get students listing their pet peeves and then discussing and ranking them. What's the class' biggest pet peeve
This video with a listening worksheet and key is stellar. Listen to Katie's pet peeves and then discuss and check answers.
Also some more worksheets for this topic below! See and rank the top world pet peeves HERE. Can your students guess the top 10?
Students can read this book about pet peeves and study related vocabulary.
This is a nice presentation of pet peeves. Download attached.
Also a ppt in Gif - an example of a book on Gif Lingua that upgraded teachers get (can download books and also lesson packs for each book).
Here is a nice set of Pet Peeve cards to use and get students expressing this important function of English - expressing displeasure.
Use with the expression prompts (an example of our Get Talkin presentation).
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