- Put students in pairs or groups.
- Get the students to put the words in the correct order.
Can´t see the video? Click here. “Concentration” is a great way to revise and study vocabulary. This can be a great way to help your students remember spelling and words in a competitive memory challenge. Activity Time: 5 mins + Materials required: paper, pencils, list of vocabulary (on whiteboard or flash cards), Skills practiced: Vocabulary and spelling, vocabulary revision Level: Young learners […]
This post will focus on an activity to practice may and might, the models of possibility. These words are usually introduced to young learners and teens at different stages of their courses. Introducing this key language in a fun and engaging way is key to students remembering the target language. This is a great activity to […]
ESL Word search is a great way to get young learners revising vocabulary while having fun. A simple activity to set up and great writing practice to develop motor skills and spelling. Activity Time: 10 mins + Materials required: paper, pencils, ruler, list of vocabulary (on whiteboard or use optional word search template.) Skills practiced: Vocabulary and spelling. Level: Young learners Method 1. Write […]
“Who am I?” is a game that is sure to get your ESL students speaking and having fun. This simple activity is easily prepared and is always enjoyed by teen students. This activity is a great addition to units talking about popular culture or a great way to get students interested in speaking. Activity Time: 10 […]
Can’t see the video? Click here ESL Word Squares is a great game for young learners, teens and adults. Its a great way to revise vocabulary and a great game for fast finishers or early students. Activity Time: 10 mins + Materials required: whiteboard. Skills practiced: Vocabulary and spelling. Level: Young learners, teens and adults. Method 1. Draw square on the board […]