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Welcome to a special section of Busy Teacher where you can find some speaking exercises with the following verbs: say, tell, speak. Right now there are 69 such worksheets available such as this one. It is designed to get students talking with one another and introducing themselves. There are a number of activities with directions provided both on the worksheet and in the worksheet description online. With the exception of the temperament vocabulary, this is a rather simple worksheet for pre-intermediate and intermediate learners. You may consider editing that particular section to make it more appropriate for your lower level learners. If your students have already completed their introductions, consider using a different worksheet in your class.
Speaking activities are so important in ESL classrooms since students need lots of practice with pronunciation and communicating in English. There are a wide variety of speaking exercises that you can use such as model dialogues, role plays, and interview activities. Using a variety of activities will keep students interested and engaged while also maximizing their practice time. Some activities can be done in pairs, in groups, and even as a class. Your class size may help you decide how best to group your students for speaking activities. Be sure to give students a chance to present material to the class too.

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My Family House  Free ESL Lesson Plan

My Family House Free ESL Lesson Plan

Nathan Martin
, , , Say/Tell/Speak/Talk
    One of the best ways to personalize your ESL lessons is to encourage students to talk about themselves. This lesson is perfect for group or individual ESL lessons and will create ...
1 Views 3,281 Pre-Int
Shortening Relative Clauses: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

Shortening Relative Clauses: A Free ESL Lesson Plan

Nathan Martin
  One of the earliest maxims taught in writing to “Omit needless words!” This free ESL Lesson Plan focuses on shortening relative clauses, a practical way of eliminating unnece ...
1 Views 2,620 Adv
How To Teach Relative Clauses: An ESL Lesson Plan

How To Teach Relative Clauses: An ESL Lesson Plan

Nathan Martin
  How to teach relative clauses is a critical skill for an ESL teacher. This lesson plan on teaching relative clauses includes definitions of relative clauses, examples of relative pro ...
1 Views 3,062 Int
Facial Expressions: An Introductory ESL Lesson Plan

Facial Expressions: An Introductory ESL Lesson Plan

Nathan Martin
, Say/Tell/Speak/Talk
  This speaking lesson plan introduces facial expressions. Facial expressions provide non-verbal cues and information – nearly as much information as spoken words do. They can be dif ...
1 Views 3,999 Adv
Telling Time: What Time is it?

Telling Time: What Time is it?

Jeff Genet
  This beginner-level lesson uses common vocabulary and phrases to learn how to talk about the time in English. It includes vocabulary building, visual aids to practice teaching, and telli ...
1 Views 4,980 BegElemPre-Int
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How to Teach the Present Perfect Simple Tense

How to Teach the Present Perfect Simple Tense

Nathan Martin
, , , Say/Tell/Speak/Talk
This lesson plan should be used with English learners at an intermediate level. Before starting, students should have a strong understanding of how to use the past simple tense. They should als ...
1 Views 4,121 Int
The Great Debate: Coffee vs. Tea

The Great Debate: Coffee vs. Tea

Jeff Genet
  This conversation-based lesson talks about the history and benefits of coffee and tea. Which do you prefer? It includes vocabulary building, warm-up, and discussion questions, idioms, a ...
1 Views 4,680 All
History of the Airplane

History of the Airplane

Jeff Genet
  An interactive CEFR B2 video and conversation-based lesson to talk about the History of Airplanes, travel, modes of transportation, inventions, and innovation. It includes vocabulary bui ...
1 Views 4,254 Pre-IntInt
Superstitions Around the World

Superstitions Around the World

Jeff Genet
  A speaking and conversation-based lesson to talk about superstitions around the world. This resource includes picture speculation, vocabulary matching, warm-up and conversation questions ...
1 Views 4,941 All
Steve Jobs History

Steve Jobs History

Jeff Genet
  This conversation-based lesson talks about Steve Jobs, Apple, technology, business, phones, and more. This video-based lesson includes vocabulary matching, famous quotes by Steve Jobs fo ...
1 Views 4,903 All
Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo

Jeff Genet
  Talk about the Mexican-American holiday Cinco de Mayo. This fun, conversation, and video-based lesson plan covers a bit of the history of the holiday, how it's celebrated, and descriptio ...
1 Views 3,165 All
Around the House

Around the House

Jeff Genet
  A speaking-based lesson for beginners to talk about rooms and things around the home. It includes visual aids for brainstorming and identifying rooms and common household items. Identify ...
1 Views 6,658 BegElemPre-Int
Canada vs. USA  Quality of Living

Canada vs. USA Quality of Living

Jeff Genet
  A fun and engaging lesson to talk about places to live in the world, the best places to live, and the quality of living. An intermediate level, speaking and listening-based lesson about ...
1 Views 5,464 All
Bad Habits

Bad Habits

Jeff Genet
  This fun and engaging intermediate video-based lesson on Bad Habits features visual aids for brainstorming vocabulary and phrases and talking about bad habits. It includes activities suc ...
1 Views 6,933 All
April Fool's Day Pranks

April Fool's Day Pranks

Jeff Genet
  This comprehensive ESL lesson on April Fool's day begins with some warm-up questions and a vocabulary-matching exercise. Students watch a YouTube video, then answer some listening compre ...
1 Views 5,170 All
Comparing Seasons

Comparing Seasons

Jeff Genet
  This conversation-based lesson is to get students to compare seasons and use comparatives and superlatives and spring-related idioms, especially spring compared to other seasons. Student ...
1 Views 4,224 All
Spring Season

Spring Season

Jeff Genet
This comprehensive lesson on spring is a fun and engaging conversation-based lesson to get students talking about spring. It includes discussion questions, learning spring-related idioms, watc ...
1 Views 4,222 All
Making Invitations

Making Invitations

Jeff Genet
  A conversation and video-based ESL lesson to talk about making plans. Students use visual aids to practice identifying and talking about countries, nationalities, and food. There are dis ...
1 Views 4,388 BegElemPre-Int
St. Patrick's Day Customs

St. Patrick's Day Customs

Jeff Genet
  A video and visual-aids-based lesson on St.Patrick's Day customs. Vocabulary builder, discussion questions, idioms, listening questions, and fill-in-the-gaps exercise. Students listen to ...
1 Views 4,250 All
Famous Places

Famous Places

Andrew John Wright
» Say/Tell/Speak/Talk
  This PowerPoint Pictures of Famous Tourist Attractions stimulates discussion about traveling and is a quiz to see if students know what and where the locations are. Students work in g ...
1 Views 4,051 Pre-Int
Culture: Sneezing

Culture: Sneezing

Jeff Genet
  Culture and cultural awareness are important parts of communication. In this video-based lesson, students watch a video, answer listening questions, practice vocabulary in various ways, ...
1 Views 5,799 All
Valentine's Day Romance

Valentine's Day Romance

Jeff Genet
  This fun resource about Valentine's Day and Romance includes vocabulary building exercises, discussion questions, listening comprehension, and storytelling exercises with illustrations. ...
1 Views 3,879 All
New Year's Traditions

New Year's Traditions

Jeff Genet
  This lesson teaches English through culture. It is linked to a YouTube video that speaks about New Year's traditions around the world. Perfect for vocabulary building, it provides visual ...
1 Views 5,601 All
Happy News

Happy News

Pocket Passport
  Real-life stories focus on the good things that are happening in the world. Uplifting and powerful, this conversation-based lesson with comprehension and discussion questions, vocabulary ...
1 Views 5,669 All
Thanksgiving  What is it?

Thanksgiving What is it?

Jeff Genet
  This lesson teaches vocabulary and expressions about American Thanksgiving. The language has been graded as 70% A1, 16% A2, making it ideal for every level and comprehension. It helps pr ...
1 Views 7,000 All

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