100 Warm-Up Questions: Great Ways To Start Any Lesson!

100 Warm-Up Questions: Great Ways To Start Any Lesson!

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100 Warm-Up Questions: Great Ways To Start Any Lesson!
How to use these questions
All too often, teachers start off the lesson by saying, ‘Turn to page 65…’ It’s
important to get the students warmed up and in the mood for English with a short
activity, and what better way than giving them a discussion question to get their
teeth into. Encourage them to be good conversationalists!
There are 100 questions here, and they include easy and advanced topics. Some
of them could be answered in one word or could be an hour-long discussion. So
it’s a good idea to tell the students how long they are expected to have the
discussion. For the questions here, three to five minutes is recommended, plus
another minute or two for the teacher to do a round-up. The questions here are
suited to pairs or groups.
Need a cool way to start a lesson? Don't want to do the ‘Turn to page 65…’  drill? We can help!
It’s vitally important to get the students warmed up and in the mood for English with a short activity, and what better way than giving them a discussion question to get their teeth into?! There are 100 questions here, and they include easy and advanced topics. Some of them could be answered in one word or could be an hour-long discussion. So it’s a good idea to tell the students how long they are expected to have the discussion. For the questions here, three to five minutes is recommended, plus another minute or two for the teacher to do a round-up. The questions here are suited to pairs or groups.
The questions are split into several categories:
-What-If Questions
-Learning English
-Motivational
-Likes and Dislikes
-Superlatives and Comparatives
-Social Issues and Opinions
-Business English
-Miscellaneous