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ESL Games and Activities - Useful for All Classes!

ESL Games and Activities - Useful for All Classes!
Simple and Classic ESL Games - A list of many time-tested games for teaching ESL to young learners. Circle Memory Sentences - Students must remember all of the sentences said before his/her turn. Great for killing time at the end of class or reviewing vocabulary words at the beginning of class. Read for Speed - Read as fast as you can - can you beat the teacher's time? DICE BOMB! - Complete a task and roll the dice for points...but don't roll the wrong number, or else! Dice Gambling - Test your students' gambling instincts with this fun way to review previous lessons. Around the World (Flashcard Game) - A classic competitive flashcard game. Hoops (Flashcard Game) - Get students running around and looking for the right flashcard in the right hoop! Phonics Hammer (Flashcard Game) - An endlessly fun way to review phonics. Memory Game (Flashcard Game) - Another way to turn reviewing flashcards into a fun activity! Printable Games! ESL Trivia Time! ESL Trivia Time! I Dare You! Don't Say the Words!

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Scramble Word Games You Can Only Find Here! Try Our Unique, Free Word Scrambles! Have fun with our unique scramble word games. Study this example. Then scroll down to play the game yourself. ESL Reading Activities - Interactive Games Every ESL textbook will have reading comprehension lessons. Take any reading lesson and here are 4 reading activities and how to make reading more interactive, fun, and interesting for your international students. Even a reading lesson can become an interactive game. Let's get them moving and out of their seats. As ESL teachers you can put them in your bag of tricks the next time you want to 'spice up' your reading lessons. 1.

ESL Activities A good choice of ESL activities can turn an average class into a good one, and a good class into a great one. Here is a list of articles - each one full of useful EFL activities, each one focussing on a different area of teaching English. Below the list of links are brief introductions to each area: listening, speaking etc... More pages of ESL activities are constantly added, and categorized according to the type of language points you want to teach. Subscribe to the RSS feed to keep up to date on the latest articles. ESL Activities for ESL Listening

Practical Physics This website is for teachers of physics in schools and colleges. It is a collection of experiments that demonstrate a wide range of physical concepts and processes. Some of the experiments can be used as starting-points for investigations or for enhancement activities. IELTS listening sample test 1 from the British Council This is the first section of your Listening test. Listen to the audio and answer questions 1-10. Listen to the instructions for each part of this section carefully. Answer all the questions. You can download the questions for the entire Listening practice test from the Listening practice test 1 page. The questions for section 1 are also shown on this page. Using Word Games in the ESL classroom - Teaching English Using Word Games in the ESL classroom by Lynne Hand Instructions to the English teacher These games are a fun way to spend the last 30 minutes of a lesson, or to celebrate the end of a course.

Six ed-tech resources for ELL/ESL instruction Readers chime in with their suggestions for how ed tech can make a real difference in teaching English as a second language By Meris Stansbury, Online Editor Read more by Meris Stansbury February 10th, 2012 One reader’s tip: Know the products that work! Language In Use It is great to show and offer students many examples of English language in use. Meaning, students appreciate that there are many ways to say the same thing and like to see the "nuance" of the English language. Here are some images showing different ways / expressions to communicate a similar thing.

NASA Discovers Hidden Portals In Earth’s Magnetic Field Our planet has come a long way in scientific breakthroughs and discoveries. Mainstream science is beginning to discover new concepts of reality that have the potential to change our perception about our planet and the extraterrestrial environment that surrounds it forever. Star gates, wormholes, and portals have been the subject of conspiracy theories and theoretical physics for decades, but that is all coming to an end as we continue to grow in our understanding about the true nature of our reality.

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