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Halloween Find Someone Who: Whole-class speaking activity We all know that our students "cheat" when participating in mingle activities. We try to circle the room, listen and pay attention to who is and who isn't actively or correctly participating.What does correctly participating in an ESL/EFL classroom mean? Your students aren't just pointing to the prompt and writing in a friends initials. Your students are using...
Wh-questions are the glue that holds language together. Without them, conversation can't progress beyond a certain point. That's why I'm always so excited when my ESL students progress from only being able to answer closed ended questions to our WH-question word unit. To me it's almost as if they've graduated and are now officially "English Speakers". They can ask and answer a wealth of questions and really get to know eachother. Here's a few games and acitivities that I've created and remain my go-to teaching essentials when working with open-ended questions.
The present continuous is one of my favorite verbs to teach to groups of young learners. It can be loads of fun and since it's a verb that you can "teach by doing" the target language retention is phenomenal. So, you've finished the Present Simple and Adverbs of Frequency and you're ready to move forward and start the Present Progressive Tense. First things first, your students really need to have a good grasp of basic action verbs.
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If you are looking for a digital activity to practice Irregular verbs, this Breakout Escape Adventure is an engaging, interactive way to use the Irregular form of Past Simple Verbs. It's paperless and No-prep. Using the link provided your students will access the Google Site™ and complete all of the activities digitally. Your students will participate in a treasure hunt, follow directions, find clues, complete grammar activities and unlock the code to the treasure.
This activity is hosted on a Google Site™.
- Complete a Google Slides drag and drop word reveal activity
- Complete a Google form with 10 different questions using Past Simple Irregular Verbs
- Complete a Drag and Drop Word sort (identifying Regular and Irregular verbs)
- Complete a fill-in the blank postcard with the past tense of 15 different Irregulars
- a text message
- a map & treasure map
- hidden picture
- jigsaw puzzle
- alphabet code
- a link and qr code to access the google site where the entire activity is hosted.
- a printable student recording sheet to aid students in writing down the answers and cracking the codes
- a pdf step by step Teacher "How-to" Directions Packet
- Teacher Answer Key
- computer/desktop/laptop or a mobile device with Google Apps™ installed
- Google account
- internet connection
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My students and I are in LOVE with your card games! They beg me to play and I don't mind because they get so much communication practice.
I teach ELD to Grade 2 in Australia. Your activities are so engaging and fun. I wish I would have found you years ago!
Brilliant! I use these games over and over again and have many teachers asking where I got them!