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ESL Reading Activities - Interactive Games

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. Students get into groups of three. Writer is given a list of reading comprehension questions at the desk. Writer asks the runner the first question. Students continue to do this until all questions are answered. As a class, go over answers or any questions about the reading. 2. Separate students in half. Other half of the students are given questions and they can work together to predict what the reading will be about and what they think the answers will be. Pair students who read with the students who have the questions. Reading Race Reading Scavenger Hunt

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More Than a Game: 6 Great Uses for Scrabble in the ESL Classroom What game is produced in twenty-nine different languages, has sold over 150 million copies worldwide and four thousand clubs all its own? It is Scrabble. This word game was created by Alfred Butts in 1948 and has become a worldwide phenomenon. If you have never played Scrabble before, it is really quite simple.

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