This is a great game to play with large classes Ideal if you are in Korea. Make teams according to rows. Tell each row to make a paper fish. You place each fish between the rows. They should all be at the back facing the front. They should also be in the same position. Using […]
The Feather Game Make a prop (for this one I used a paper feather) and have Ss pass it around while the T closes their eyes and counts down from 20. Then the T must find the feather with CCQs: Who, Where, Does, Do? – attributed to Nelson Beard.
Especially for beginners – what I call “Body English” is a great technique. Start with letters / spelling and numbers. 1. Bring a student to the front of the class. 2. “Draw” a number or spell a simple word on their back or the palm of their hand. 3. Ask the student to […]
This video is super for teenagers especially. A Life InBTween. Animation that has a lot of really “toally” “completely” fascinating language. Show the video with or without subtitles. Resources here. Divide up into the four parts and use for 4 different lessons. Find more videos like this on EFL CLASSROOM 2.0
This is a cool game to play with students or on your own. It helps develop language awareness – a great skill for a developing language learner. Play each audio sentence. Guess what the language is! All the sentences are from Article 1 of the Declaration of Human Rights. Article 1. All human beings are […]
One of my all time teaching activities has been the use of Restauraunt ads and up coming events from an English language Newpaper-if not local you will have to make a simple map to help them out. -first What kinds of food do you like? ^-language and nationalities OK. Where can I get a fish […]
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