This idea can be used for any category to see who in the class likes X or Y. Here’s an example using pop groups. Brainstorm some of the student’s favorite pop groups. Write them on the board along with ways to say you like them or don’t like them. Next, on a small slip of […]
I had a nice time in a teacher training session with this video chant commercial. Just play and stop between the parts of the man/woman. Divide the class in half with the woman / men repeating the line each time you stop. Then, play again but shut off the video audio and get students to […]
Doodle songs/videos are a great activity you can do with your class! They really promote contextualized learning and motivate students because you have a final product and of course – there is music! I was asked by a member for some info. about creating one – so in the name of education, here is […]
This is a very easy activity. Easy to prepare and easy to do. Howvever, it is very efficient to evaluate sts listening skills and to get some creativity in the listening area in your class. I actually modified it from another activity I read in this site posted by David. Objective: To evaluate sts listening […]
Find more videos like this on EFL CLASSROOM 2.0 I am a BIG fan of not only teaching English but teaching thinking skills. We have to do both (and always spice with happiness!). This game really gets students thinking and you’ll be amazed at their creative minds and answers! 1. Practice the song above, “One […]
Singing is a great way to teach English and students will enjoy it very much. One great way is to take a song which repeats a lot and give groups of students a part. One song I like to use is ABC by Michael Jackson. Give each group a task / lyric to sing… for […]
This game is fantastic! Select some vocabulary from a song your student’s enjoy (select words that repeat a lot). Then, ask them to choose and write in large letters, one of those words/phrases. Divide the students into groups. The students stand up showing everyone their word and holding it high. Play the song and students […]
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