This activity for ESL students is very similar to this activity. The only difference is that it is presented in a different way. The first I have done this activity was a real success so I decided to do it again, this time presented in different way to avoid monotony. I strongly recommend it since it captured students’ attention every time I played it.
This is a great activity for learners of English to practice listening and speaking skills. The greatest part is that it can be easily played with large ESL classes. Here is the game: ( … read the full article)
The purpose of this activity is to have students reviewing vocabulary already learned and use it in a sentence. The task is designed to have all of the students involved.
Finding a suitable activity for ESL class that involves all of the students is a difficult task especially if you deal with a big number of students per class. I searched on-line for this kind of activities and luckily I found one that can be adapted for my needs. ( … read the full article)
The most common learner styles are: individual, group, visual, kinesthetic, auditory, impulsive, and reflective. Below are 11 activities and what learner styles they are suitable for. ( … read the full article)
Writing is also called “the forgotten skill”. For most learners of English writing in the least important and it is considered in many cases useless. Everybody says a language is mostly listened and spoken. Personally I totally disagree since I have learned English through writing. ( … read the full article)
The activities are divided into 3 categories according to when they should be done: before listening / reading, during listening / reading, and after listening / reading. Some of the activities are suitable for more than one stage but I have chosen the stage that is the most suitable (in my opinion). ( … read the full article)
A typical Test-Teach-Test lesson has 4 stages: the first test stage, the teach stage, the second test stage (which is a controlled one), and the third test stage (which should be a freer one). Finding suitable activities to match the type of lesson is not easy. Here are some ideas of activities suitable for different stages of a Test-Teach-Test lesson (TTT). ( … read the full article)
Almost every ESL lesson starts with reading. The whole lesson is based on a reading activity done at the beginning of the lesson which makes reading a very important skill to be mastered. Here I have compiled seven great reading activities to be done in ESL classroom. ( … read the full article)
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Here are nine great feedback activities that you can do in the classroom with your students. These activities can be adapted for a particular situation to fit your and your students needs. ( … read the full article)
Hi Dan! - Grammar Gamble is awesome. I loved when I taught it. In fact, I liked it so much ...