A speaking activity to practice asking questions. Explain the activity. Emphasis that they can only ask questions, they can't explain the words or give synonyms. Explain that students will get a point for every word that they guess. At the end, the pair with the highest number of points wins . Divide the students into … Continue reading What? When? Where? Asking Questions ESL Activity
This list comes out a bit late, but you are a teacher - you know how the first school days in September look like. I am happy that I finally caught my breath and found a couple of minutes to sit down and put together these activities. To be honest, I'm doing it for myself … Continue reading 10 Back to School Activities: Icebreakers, Warm-ups, and Energizers
ESL lesson plan based on TEDtalk: What makes something go viral. It deals with the Internet, social media and technology. And BuzzFeed.
A fun ESL conversation lesson based on a short video on real life Game of Thrones locations. Discussion questions and a vocabulary matching exercise.
This ESL group work speaking activity is for intermediate and upper intermediate students. Students plan and present a volunteer holiday.
Fun and engaging online activities for your ESL/EFL classes.
Vocabulary activity based on the popular Taboo game.
This lesson is based on a TED talk by Sandrine Thuret. In her talk she is asking two questions: How can we help our healthy brains create new nerve cells throughout our lives, through diet and behaviour changes? How can we study the effects of diseases such as depression and Alzheimer's on our brains' ability … Continue reading TEDtalk Video ESL Lesson Plan: How To Grow New Brain Cells.
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One-Minute Talk is an engaging speaking activity that is great as a warm-up, filler, conversation starter and speaking practice.