Using a full sentence.
Put the empty spaces of all words in the sentence on the blackboard. Divide the class into two or more teams, and explain that they have to first guess and later on deduce ...
Give one sentence to each student but not in the correct order.
Each student then reads out their sentence in turn.
By listening and understanding, the students have to put the sentences ...
Around the school building.
Write a sentence of about seven words with each word on a separate piece of paper. Leave the pieces of paper pinned to the walls in different parts of the scho ...
Describe A Place Pairwork
Imagine you're describing your home to a blind person.
You have to describe in (meticulous) detail everything about your house to your partner, s/he DRAWS IT. (Then it is the next person's turn) ...
This activity works well for intermediate to advanced students. This activity encourages students to elaborate beyond simple yes / no answers.
It also encourages them to get someone so engrossed ...
You write nouns on slips of paper. You put the slips of paper in a hat and each student takes one. The student then reads the word on the slip of paper and has to tell the other students what it i ...
First of all using the same outline as you would a normal bingo sheet, fill in each block with questions.
For example, find someone who has a brother or a sister, find someone who can play the pi ...
Indirect (Reported) Speech
"My name's George and I like beer."
Students and teacher do this activity together.
Student A announces her name and what she likes (or where she lives, what she does, where she's been...). Stud ...
Put the topic of the unit/topic to the board (KITCHEN OBJECTS; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS, ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE A PERSON, IRREGULAR PAST TENSES, etc) and have Ss brainstorm what they know about the topic.
(Focus on pronunciation & spelling.)
Eye halve a spelling checker
That came with my pea sea.
Plane as day it shoes four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.
Eye strike a key and type a ...