Lanternfish ESL: Lesson for Adult Classes
The Odd One Out Game: Students look at a list of four items and decide which is different. They must give a reason. Everybody holds their answer up at the same time. If their reason is unique they get a point. Example: Eagle, Owl, Bat, Penguin. Penguins can't fly. Bats are mammals. Bats have teeth. Bats have poor eyesight. Penguins can swim. Peguins only live in the Southern Hemisphere. Remember they only need to give a unique reason to get a point. Dislikes: Simple worksheet highlighting useful language for discussing dislikes. Classroom English: Highlights the essential language for getting information when you don't understand something. For and Against: A simple worksheet for practising expressing opinions. Chores, Errands, and Favors: Students discuss what chores they do and what errands they run ESL Surveys: This section contains several sets of survey questions. Love and Relationships: A collection of worksheets and activities for teaching vocabulary used to describe relationships.
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