ESL Games Adults Archives - ESL Speaking Big EL Classes: They don’t have to be a Nightmare 50 students in a class? Sounds like your biggest nightmare? I’m not going to sugar-coat it for you-it is kind of a nightmare and in a language class, it’s really ridiculous. Ideally, you’d have between 8 and 16 students. Eight is enough to do pretty much any activity, while 16 isn’t so big that you’ve unable to give any sort of individual feedback. 7 Characteristics Of Teachers Who Effectively Use Technology 7 Characteristics Of Teachers Who Effectively Use Technology by TeachThought Staff Ed note: This post has been updated with an updated visual from Sylvia Duckworth, who took our graphic from alwaysprepped.com (now getalma) post and created the above visual. It is also sporting a new title, as the “habits of” is a trademarked term. As such, the new graphic and phrasing appears below. You can also see Sylvia’s tutorial on sketchnotes here.
Printable ESL / EAL Resources for Speaking and Conversation ESL Speaking and Conversation Resources ESL question picture prompt slips (Ref: SB10125) A set of simple printable slips featuring pictures to act as prompts for children to answer questions or say statements about themselves. Includes eye colour, hair colour, favourite pet, saying their age and others. Common word and phrase language flash cards (Ref: SB7880) A set of printable flash cards featuring simple words and phrases. Ideal for foreign language work. Golden words manners posters (Ref: SB4862) A set of printable posters featuring ‘golden words’ such as please, thank you, sorry, excuse me etc. IT resources Bomb timer Type in your time and start the fuse. Ideal if you want less than 10 minutes - not quite as exciting for activities longer than 10 minutes as it's harder to see the progression of time. And if you want it really big, click here for the full screen version - drag the window to resize it. Big Bomb Timer
Blank Board Games to Print Blank board games allow you to create a board game of your own or play a simple board game on the fly. As a teacher, you may use them to help students review important content. As a parent, download these templates to come up with a creative family game or help your children come up with creative ideas for new games. Use coins and pieces of paper or small plastic figurines as playing pieces and find a pair of dice, or make your own spinner to help players move around the board. 12 Fun Speaking Games for Language Learners Posted 11/12/2015 2:28PM | Last Commented 12/18/2015 6:31PM Have you ever asked a question to your English language class, only to be answered with complete silence and blank stares? At one point every English teacher has had the struggle of encouraging students to speak. Perhaps the student has a deep fear of making a mistake, or maybe the student is just plain shy, even in their native language.
The Best Ideas For Using Games In The ESL/EFL/ELL Classroom I have many “Best” lists related to using online games with English Language Learners, and you can find them all at A Collection Of “The Best…” Lists On Learning Games. I’ve also written a lot and published a number of posts and resources related to playing non-online games in the classroom, but just realized I had never brought them all together in one place. Here they are (feel free to offer more suggestions!): English Adverbs - English Grammar - English The Easy Way English The Easy Way English The Easy Way Everyone Can Learn English !! English Adverbs - English Grammar Using Adverbs
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