This is a great activity for groups (16+/adults, intermediate/upper intermediate). It covers various topics: education, jobs, communication. It teaches the students to co-operate, voice their opinion, it fosters creativity and gives the students enough room to make their own decisions and maintain a certain level of independence. It is suitable for groups of 4 or … Continue reading ESL Group Speaking Activity: Language Centre Simulation
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This is a quick no-prep activity that can be used as an ice breaker or a regular activity. Students usually like to talk about themselves and maybe boast a little so this activity is quite popular. At the beginning of the lesson, ask them to pull out their mobile phones and tell them to browse … Continue reading No-prep Speaking Activity: Warmer And Filler For ESL Classes
Great speaking activity for older students when teaching jobs, or for adult students in Business English classes, or for your one-to-one lessons. These questions are everything but boring and I can guarantee that they will spark interest in your students. The questions are real interview questions compiled from different websites. Enjoy! Download the FREE PDF>>>>>Inspirational … Continue reading 32 Inspirational And Creative Job Interview Questions For ESL/Business English Students.
I do a lot of speaking activities with my older students. We do a lot of simulations, discussions, role plays, games, etc. One of the activities I do is an argumentative debate where they can utilize everything they've learned, and another great thing about this activity is that it combines writing and speaking. It can … Continue reading ESL/EFL Speaking Activity: Role Play Debate
This activity is for a group of four students, B1-B2 level, 15+ age. I find it's best to use this activity after teaching crime vocabulary, and after teaching some basic concepts of peer pressure, argumentation, and manipulation. What I like about this activity is that the character cards don't tell the students what decisions they … Continue reading Will Your Students Steal A Car?: ESL/EFL Simulation Activity