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Speaking Game: Four in a Row / Card Swap (Agreeing & Disagreeing) ESL Level: Intermediate+ Language Focus: Expressions for agreeing and disagreeing.

Speaking Game: Four in a Row / Card Swap (Agreeing & Disagreeing)

Class time: 40 minutes Worksheet Download: four-ina-row-agree-disagree.docx Speaking Activity #1: Four in a Row Before doing this activity, you need to teach your students some expressions for giving opinions, agreeing, disagreeing, and interrupting. After teaching expressions for agreeing and disagreeing, distribute the below worksheet to your students. Have them complete Part 1 individually. Next, put them into groups of three. That’s it. Speaking Activity Preview Four in a Row – Agreeing and Disagreeing. Speak and spell. Tongue Twister - She Sells Sea Shells 《说说唱唱英语绕口令专辑》

Busenkelt och kul! Ett busenkelt sätt att kombinera humor och att tala på målspråket är att använda sig av Mr Bean.

Busenkelt och kul!

Det finns hur många avsnitt som helst på Youtube. En av våra favoriter är Mr Bean at the cinema. Jag har provat uppgiften i årskurs 7-9 och på engelska. Om du vill använda den för yngre elever krävs att de har mer förförståelse och fått nyckelord i förväg. Mina elever är helt tokiga i nedanstående övning: Visa ett klipp av Mr Bean via din projektorSätt eleverna i par, sida vid sida.

Ibland är det enkla helt enkelt det bästa! Här är länken till Mr Beans officiella Youtubekanal. Det finns många varianter av denna uppgift. Travel - How to speak like a true Brit. The Game Gal - Giving you lists of awesome, fun family games! Pictionary Words Movies. Pictionary Words Medium 2. Pictionary Words Medium. Pictionary Words People. Pictionary Words Easy. Pictionary Words Easy 2. Free Printable Word Lists - The Game Gal. Welcome to the printables page!

Free Printable Word Lists - The Game Gal

Here you’ll find various printouts (all free!) That I’ve made for different games. I’ll be adding to it, too. For the non-word-list printables down below, if you click the image, it will take you to the printable. If you click the words under the image, it will take you to the post with instructions on how to use the printable. Download all in one! If you want to download all the printables in one convenient package (and support the Game Gal while you’re at it ;)), click the link below.

Word lists Here’s some various word lists I’ve made that you can print out and cut up. Other posts with printables. Game Word Generator - The Game Gal. When I was putting together this site of games, I discovered that my printable word lists became very popular.

Game Word Generator - The Game Gal

I had word lists for pictionary, charades, and other games, and visitors seemed to really like them! So I got to thinking, what’s one step better than a printable list of words for playing pictionary? An online word generator! Here I’ve taken all the words on my printables, plus hundreds more, and combined them into different categories for playing games like pictionary, catchphrase, charades, or any other game you want. Here’s how it works: First, select a Game (the game menu also includes a Holiday option). My amazing husband also made a free iPhone app with all the same content. Finally, I love feedback! 12 Fun Speaking Games for Language Learners. Posted 11/12/2015 2:28PM | Last Commented 12/18/2015 6:31PM Have you ever asked a question to your English language class, only to be answered with complete silence and blank stares?

12 Fun Speaking Games for Language Learners

At one point every English teacher has had the struggle of encouraging students to speak. Perhaps the student has a deep fear of making a mistake, or maybe the student is just plain shy, even in their native language. Whatever the reason, here is a list of a few fun activities to get your students to speak English! *This list is for more advanced (B2+) students. 1. Have each student write three facts about themselves that nobody in the class knows on a piece of paper. 2.

Variation #1: Create a PowerPoint presentation with each slide containing a noun. Variation #2: Separate the students into groups of 4/5. Variation #3 (Advanced speakers): Separate the class into two teams.