Index. Breakout room 4-6 by Sonja Górniak on Genially. LEt's go on holiday!
You have to fly to five corners of the world for five missions and answer many questions to find out the right combination of numbers, which will open the safe. But be careful, each wrong answer means you must start the mission again.Good luck! North America Where do you want to go today? South America Africa Asia Europe. Lessons Worth Sharing. English by Juanico Scavenger Hunt Ideas: 13 Free Ideas You Need To Try. Finding fun scavenger hunt ideas is something I have never worried about before this last crazy year of 2020… In 2020 when we went home for remote teaching, I needed to add some fun to my lessons so that my students liked being in front of a screen learning English.
I did it then, I’m trying to do it now. Not everything works well. Index. NEGATIVE PREFIXES (adjectives) - Board game. Sounds from around the Home Quiz. How many of these sounds from around the home do you recognise?
The answers are at the bottom of the page. There is also a Slideshow version of this quiz. See How to Play for ideas on how to run the quiz and resources for making your own guess the sound quiz. Primary Teaching Resources. Storyboard That: The World's Best Free Online Storyboard Creator. Random name picker.
Be rude. Be irreverent. Be Hilarious! General English - Games. Detective Stories. Play with friends. Multiplayer black stories game. Free Google Slides themes and Powerpoint templates. Warmers (with a Business English flavour) Update.
Thanks for visiting my blog! I was very happy to learn that this post was shortlisted for Teaching English – British Council blog award. If you decide to vote for it, let them know by ‘liking’ the post on their Facebook page: Last Friday we met together with a group of colleagues at EPAM Systems to share some of the ice-breakers, warmers and games that we use. Here are some of the warmers that we came up with. Start with a picture Display a picture and get the students to guess the topicDo the same but reveal the picture gradually using a clipart shape connected to the topic (Google topic + clipart). 1.
Conversation Starters World. Modern ESL Lesson Plans Based On Real-World Videos - Fluentize.com. Story Dice - a creative storytelling tool from Dave Birss. As you can see above, you get five story dice (or nine dice, if you prefer), each with a random image on it.
Your job is quite simply to turn these prompts into a story. I recommend you try to work with the order they appear on the screen but if you’re finding it tough, you can do some swapsies. You also don’t need to take the image literally. You can use the dice metaphorically or as representations of other concepts. For example, a slice of pizza could represent food in general, cutting a slice out of something, Italy, gooiness, a chef and a heap of other more obscure things. The Secret Door - Step Through To The Unknown… Print Discuss. Once Upon A Picture - Image prompts to inspire reading and writing.
Fluency First ELT. 5 creative Google Jamboard TEFL activities! - Level Up your Teaching. Every now and then there’s an ICT tool that catches my attention.
Unfortunately, the more years I spend teaching, the less frequently I like a tool a lot. Maybe it’s true when they say that you can’t teach an ‘old’ dog new tricks. 20 Virtual Escape Rooms For Kids Of All Ages - The Suburban Mom. Hogwarts Digital Escape Room. 200 Icebreaker questions - The only list you'll need. Share on StumbleUpon0 shares on StumbleUpon Here is our list of icebreaker questions that are perfect for getting a conversation going.
Have a look through and choose the icebreaker questions that you think will work best for the person or people you are talking to. Click here for this page en español. 1. What’s the best thing you’ve got going on in your life at the moment? 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. THE GAME OF YOUR LIFE. What did your parents call you when you were little?
North or South? What did you want to be when you were little? Which do you prefer, talking to people or messaging them? What's the most recent lie you've told? 80 Irregular Verbs Rap - SPEAK ALONG!
Padlet stuff. A shared Padlet by other teachers. A2 – B1 Articles – Gradus. Onestopenglish. English ESL worksheets, activities for distance learning and physical classrooms (x89599) The UK’s international culture and education organisation. Word formation activities: -ence and - ance suffixes. In this post, I am sharing two activities which help practice forming nouns ending in -ence and -ance suffixes.
They are suitable for levels B2 and higher especially for exam course (Cambridge First and Advanced). The task Word formation activities prove challenging for B2 andC1 students, especially when it comes to similar suffixes such as -ence and -ance. The first worksheet contains a word formation exercise followed by rule forming activity.