Sentence Games. App Solutions (great for teens) Mr J. China ESL - Mr J China ESL Teacher's Corner. Games to Learn English - For Students. Elementary PE Games. Learning Games Archive. Home > Lesson Planning Channel > Lesson Planning Archives > Learning Games Archive LEARNING GAMES ARCHIVE Math Facts Race A fun math race reinforces math facts in a very visual way.Math (Grades K-8) Read the Teacher's Mind Word game reinforces vocabulary skills and more.
Language Arts, Spelling ( K-12) You Can Count on Spelling Calculate the numerical value of words in Scrabble® fashion.Math, Language Arts, Spelling (Grades K-12) 5-Minute Mini Lessons and Time Fillers. ESL Games, Quizzes and Classroom ESL Activities. Free ESL Games and Quiz Corner Welcome to our 'Free ESL Games and Quiz Corner'.
Here you'll find interactive games, ESL classroom activities and games, online quizzes and hundreds of printable quiz questions in graded sets, including many sample question sets from our ESL board game Word Up. 20Q.net Inc. Fun ESL Classroom Games. In this section of Teach-This.com, you will find a large variety of fun and highly engaging ESL games to spice up your lessons.
The games contained in this section will also provide you with a great source of ideas for your classes. These tried and tested games provide practice in reading, writing, listening and speaking. The games are also categorized to help you easily find the type of game you are looking for. Easy ESL Games a resource for ESL & EFL teachers. FLUENT - Test Your Knowledge of English, a game for ESL learners. Fun. Ten entertaining ways to practise personality adjectives with activities for all ages and levels.
In this post, you’ll find listening,writing, speaking activities and games to help students master this vocabulary. Blog de Cristina is also on Facebook. Follow us! This is me. Ask students to work in pairs and write down as many personality adjectives as they can in two minutes. On the board write three columns: positive, negative and neutral adjectives and ask students to provide adjectives for the three columns. Jimmy Fallon Plays A NEW Game Applicable To The ELL Classroom. I’ve shared a number of games that Jimmy Fallon has played on The Tonight Show that I’ve adapted for my ELL Classroom (you can read about, and see, them at The Best Ideas For Using Games In The ESL/EFL/ELL Classroom).
Earlier this week, he played a new one (or, at least, it was new to me). He calls it “Word Blurt” and you can see a video of him playing it below. Truth be told, I don’t think it’s as entertaining to watch, nor as useful in the classroom, as his previous ones. But I think it’s still a good one. His version has some cards on a table between two people. The version that I plan to try out in the classroom is to have students be in small groups with whiteboards. Ellen DeGeneres’ New iPhone/iPad Game Is Great For ELLs & You Can Use The Idea & Play Without Tech, Too. Ellen DeGeneres has just unveiled a great new iPhone/iPad games called Heads Up!
That is perfect for English Language Learners. However, according to TechCrunch, it’s just a high-tech version of an old party game called “Who Am I?” Where people had names of celebrities written on index cards put on their foreheads and other people had to give them hints until the card-holder guessed who it was. Maybe I just haven’t hung-out in the same crowd, but I had never heard of that game. Make your own study game. W2L Info Published on December 1st, 2013 | by What2Learn Are you looking to make your own study game?
Riddles & Answers to Bend your Brain - Do Riddles. BATTLESHIP: IRREGULAR VERBS. Much to learn, you still have. – Joda.
Despite the evidence that the number of irregular verbs is declining in the English language, there is no danger they will disappear, and the struggle will continue. There are many attempts to find a shortcut in learning irregular verbs, yet with all the options and “magic tricks” available, learning these verbs requires much memorization, drilling and practice. Language Games – Macmillan Dictionary.
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22 Powerful Closure Activities. Too many university supervisors and administrators criticize the absence of lesson closure, a dubious assessment practice likely caused by the improper use of Madeline Hunter’s lesson plan model (PDF) as a de facto checklist of eight mandatory teaching practices -- anticipatory set, objective and purpose, input, modeling, checking for understanding, guided practice, independent practice, and closure -- a custom that Hunter decried in 1985 (PDF).
Although it offers multiple benefits, please don't view closure as a professional must-do. What Is Closure? Closure is the activity that ends a lesson and creates a lasting impression, a phenomenon that Colorado State University professor Rod Lucero calls the recency effect. PLAY & LEARN. “Life is more fun if you play games.”Roald Dahl Today is the first day of another 365-day journey of ELT-CATION around the sun, so I thought it would be a good idea to list the top 10 most liked games posted on ELT-CATION by now.
They are low-cost, learning rich and work really well in the classroom. The players take turns to make a shot at the opponent, by calling out the coordinates of a square. The opponent responds with the verb in the square. The player should give its second or third form (or both) to learn whether it’s a “hit” if it hits a ship or a “miss” if it misses. Materials needed: grids (or 1 sheet of paper per student) Read more here. The aim of the game is to climb the ladder. Materials needed: a sheet of paper per 2 players. Ba Ba Dum. Wheel. This is a very simple communicative activity that works wonders because it is highly engaging, students love it and it is very productive.
It takes 2 minutes to create and it is adaptable to any topic of discussion and suitable for all levels. Aim: activating new vocabulary through discussion questions. Levels: all Easy peasy! Just go to wheeldecide.com and fill in one wheel with the target vocabulary and another one with the questions you want your students to discuss.Students in pairsSpin the wheel containing the questions and then, the wheel containing the word/ expression you want your students to use when answering the question.Student A has 2 minutes to talk about the question and use the target vocabulary. NOTE: When creating the wheel, go to the advanced section to choose colour and whether you want the option to be removed after it is landed on or not.