Believe it or not, I keep a notepad on the coffee table so I can jot down any teaching ideas I get from watching TV! It’s always good to have a range of different games up your sleeve to mix things up a bit. Here are some activities that appear in shows on the telly. I bet you already use a fair few of them, but you might find something new! Notes: Mini-whiteboards might be handy for a lot of these activities, particularly ones involving guessing. Consider the process language needed for any of these games. How much…? Supermarket Sweep is ELT game heaven. Good for… revising foods/household items, revising numbers/prices. Rhyming blanks (Show: Supermarket Sweep) Another good one. Good for… sounds and rhymes, listening This is the answer, what’s the question? I’ve been using this for years in my introduction lessons. 31 1984 3 Vietnam Tuna Students guess the questions.
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