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 […]
Great activity to revise VOCABULARY from previous classes. Ask students to think of a word they’ve learned previously. They have to make sure they know how to write it. Students come to the front of the class and write the word in the air using his index finger. Then, students write down they word and […]
I use this game with my students to check spelling of vocabulary introduced in the previous lesson. Divide class in two teams, A and B. Divide the board in the middle. Mark each side of the board for each team. On each side of the board draw: a river with stepping stones for […]
This is a fun way to teach English “physically”. Students spell words on the back of their partner who must guess what they wrote! Also, do the same thing but this time, they write on the palm of their partner (who has their eyes closed). Also try Skywriting. The teacher writes in the sky and […]
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