A little activity using funny grammar rules.
Learn vocabulary by explaining the definitions. Careful, you can't use some words, they are forbidden! Christmas Forbidden Words Card Game.
This activity deals with the everyday problems and issues of young people. Warm-up (10-15m) Put the students in pairs and let them brainstorm the problems and conflicts young people might have. When they are finished, put them into groups of four and let them discuss the problems in more detail. What causes these problems? What advice would … Continue reading ESL Pair Work Activity: Teenager Issues
Engaging speaking activity for upper intermediate and advanced students.
My students loved this speaking activity. It is fun, it is competitive and it kept the students engaged for a loooong time. It is easy to use, just print the worksheet and you are ready to go. Download the FREE PDF Worksheet>>>>>>Business Plan Worksheet Try also some other activities and worksheets: ESL Role Play Worksheet: … Continue reading ESL Speaking Activity Worksheet: Business Plan
Game cards based on Taboo.
Download the form: Presentation Assessment Form
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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
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