ESL Scattergories! - ESL Kids Games. Quick, Draw! ESL Classroom Brain Teasers - ESL Kids Games. Brain Teasers are a fantastic way of engaging students and can work well in the classroom.
ESL Boggle - Write as many words you can from the letters in boxes. Discover more of ESL Kids Games’ online activities .
Irregular Verb Challenge – Practice irregular verbs with your students using this tool. This versatile game can be played in many different ways and is a great routine to master irregular verbs with your students. ESL Odd One Out – An online game that is a great way to practice vocabulary and speaking with young learners. This activity is great to help students practice for the Cambridge Movers exam. Number Match – A simple multiplication challenge to get students thinking and multiplying in English. ESL Interactive - Online Games (For kids) Name 5! - ESL Kids Games. Wordwall - ESL games from Helena79. Wordwall - ESL games from Lenagell. Vytvořte si vlastní online testy a "klikačky"
Taky tvoříte závěrečné testy pro vaše studenty?
Nebo jim chcete vytvořit nějaká cvičení z gramatiky? Nebo pro zábavu? Zkuste skvělý nástroj BookWidgets, který se hodí na všechny tyto účely. Já v něm vytvářím online testy pro své studenty a ulehčuje mi to můj lektorský život. V tomto článku vám ukážu, jak na to. Je konec semestru a já právě tvořím testy pro své studenty ve Francouzském Institutu. Na stávajícím systému mi ale vadí 3 věci: Testy se studentům dávají během jedné z posledních lekcí (přijde mi, že je to ztráta placeného času).Musím pak opravovat stohy papírů se škrabopisem.Nemáme k nim se všemi kolegy jednoduchý přístup, a myslím, že si hodně kolegů tvoří své testy sami. Rozhodla jsem se, že letos nepůjdu vyšlapanou zaběhlou cestičkou, ale udělám to jinak. Chtěla bych vám představit skvělý nástroj pro tvorbu autokorektivních cvičení, quizů, testů a zábavných her, který si určitě oblíbíte stejně jako já.
Už jste slyšeli o BookWidgets? One To One Teaching Activities « ESL Treasure. People watchingGo for a walk outside or look out of the window and analyses passers-by.
Have your student create crazy stories about people and be creative. Picture analysisTake in pictures for your students to analyses. Take the pressure off yourself and get them thinking. DialoguePrepare some dialogues or co-write some which are relevant to the topic of your lesson. Go through them together, playing a part each then switching roles. Reading comprehensionUse reading materials in your one to on lessons. HangmanThis is a classic word game whereby you think of a sentence, set out the underscores on the paper where a letter goes and have them attempt to guess the phrase. Word cardsPrepare some word cards to make sentences with. BattleshipsGive your student a blank piece of A4 paper. Use the relevant vocabulary according to your grammar point. BrainstormPick a theme or grammar point and brainstorm examples and ideas together on the board. Roll the diceBring a dice to the lesson. 11 no-prep warm up activities. 11 no preparation warm up activities to keep your students occupied while you do some last minute photocopying, grab a much needed coffee, etc.
(For more stimulating warm up ideas check out Penny Urs’ Five Minute Activities.) Due to popular demand here are 11 more no-prep warmers and fillers. 1. Make the most words Write a topical vocabulary item on the board. 2. Games & Activities for the ESL/EFL Classroom. 7 ESL Video Activities That Your Students Will Love.
There’s never been a better time to use video in the ESL classroom.
Remember the old days of VCRs, VHS tapes and trips to Blockbuster? When I started teaching, my classroom video material were well-worn, borrowed cassette tapes or ones I recorded at home. Finding a good quality video was like striking pure, untarnished gold. Once you’d acquired the precious item, you’d need to find a room, set up a TV, plug in the video player and then hope to goodness that everything worked. Sometimes, you’d accidentally stick a VHS tape in a Betamax machine (yes, I’m that old!)
To be honest, it was such a hassle that you just didn’t bother most of the time. Fast forward a few years, (sorry about the pun!) Websites like FluentU have made life much easier for students and teachers alike by curating authentic video clips and providing all the scaffolding that students could ever need. 35 fun classroom practice activities for Present Continuous (Present Progressive) By: Alex Case |Audience: Teachers|Category: Teaching English 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. Basic Questions – Claire Foy & Matt Smith Play "Who Am I?" Valentines 2021 by Pavlina Navratilova on Genially. Activities - Teaching resource. Numbers 1 - 10 - Teaching resource. Numbers 10 - 20 - Teaching resource. Little Bugs 1 - Bugs and Toys - Teaching resource.
Little Monkeys - Clothes - Open the box.