ESL Activities Games Worksheets. Your Road to Better Grammar. Spooky Spooky - Halloween Song. ESL-Kids - Flashcards, Worksheets, Games and Songs. British Council. Free English Lessons. Flashcard app for kids - Totcards. FREE Flashcard Maker - Make own flashcards online in PDF. Video Games. By Kenneth Beare Updated February 15, 2016.
If there is one thing that young English learners and ESL classes have in common around the world, it's their passion for playing video games. It doesn't matter what platform they use: Playstation 2, XBox, GameBoy or Nitendo - and especially smart phones, they love to play and talk about playing. Taking cue from this passion for video games, this lesson is devoted to getting them to talk about video games - but in English! Aim: Getting students to talk, learning new vocabulary Activity: Discussing video games - Making video games vocabulary trees Level: Intermediate to advanced Outline: Have students read the short video game advertisement.Discuss new words and other related vocabulary.Ask students to get into small groups of three or four and fill in a MindMap or vocabulary tree for video games.Ask students to fill in the "types of games" worksheet individually.Divide students into small groups.
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They also include words taken from the word lists used to create these exams. The activities are divided into levels taken from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). As children move through the levels in this section, the activities will start to get more difficult. If you’re not sure what level your child is at, it may be a good idea to start with the pre-A1 level activities. If these are too easy they can move up through the levels to A1 level activities and/or A2 level activities. Teach English. Free resources for teens to help improve your English.
ENGLISH ESL, EFL worksheets made by teachers for teachers (x81175) MES English - free printable resources for teachers. 35 fun classroom practice activities for Present Continuous (Present Progressive) - Articles. The simplest use of Present Continuous is to talk about things that are in some way in progress now/ presently/ currently/ at the moment, which is the main focus of this article.
This use is often contrasted with Present Simple for present routines/ habits/ repeated actions. In normal communication, Present Continuous is perhaps more useful to talk about future arrangements such as meetings, dates and appointments, but this is so different from the basic meaning that there will be another article on that future use. There are a couple of activities in this article for the much rarer use of Present Continuous to talk about regular habits – often annoying ones – like “She’s always sucking her teeth”.
For all these uses, students will need to practise different forms of “be” (“I am”, “he is” etc.), pronunciation of contractions of “be” (“she’s”, “we aren’t” etc.), and spelling rules for “-ing” verbs. Present Continuous tense activities with no or minimal resources 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Free ESL Fun Games, Interactive Grammar & Vocabulary Games for Classrooms. ESL Kids Classroom Games & Activities. Airplane competition: First, have your students make some paper airplanes. Stand the students in a line and let them test fly their planes. For the competition, assign different classroom objects points (e.g. table 5 points, door 10 points, trash can 20 points). Ask a S a question and if s/he answers correctly then s/he can throw and try to hit one of the target objects to win points.
This works well as a team game. Apple Pass: Have all students sit in a circle. Art Gallery: This is a great activity for reviewing vocab. Attention: Call out commands such as: Attention, salute, march in place...stop, sit down, stand up, walk in a circle, clap your hands...stop, run in place...stop, jumping jacks...stop, swim in place....stop, etc. Mystery Game Worksheets & Teaching Resources. Reading Comprehension Resources for EFL and ESL Learners. English grammar.