Take your time, do not make hasty conclusions about the following valuable books on ESL activities and read the description of them on amazon.com.
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700 Classroom Activities [Paperback], D. Seymour (author), 156 pages, 2005, lists activities for grammar, vocabulary, functions and conversation topics.
Lessons from Good Language Learners (Cambridge Language Teaching Library), 2008, 336 pages.
Recipes for Tired Teachers : Well-Seasoned Activities for the Esol Classroom [Paperback], 228 pages, 1984.
More Recipes for Tired Teachers: Well-Seasoned Activities for the ESOL Classroom [Paperback].
English for a Successful Life in the USA: A workbook of advice for ESL students [Paperback], 216 pages, 2001.
Addison-Wesley ESL Activity Book, Level C [Import] [Paperback], 600 pages, 1991.
Addison-Wesley ESL Activity Book, Level E [Import] [Paperback], 600 pages, 1991.
1,000 Conversation Questions: Designed for Use in the ESL or EFL Classroom [Paperback] .
Conversation Inspirations: Over 2400 Conversation Topics [Paperback] , 114 pages, 2005.
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