EFL / ESL games have a key role to play in today’s classroom, and not just for kids. In the modern world student attention is more divided than ever, so it’s imperative we create a fun, engaging learning environment. Read More >>
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In the Change Chairs ESL game (also known as Fruit Bowl), students have to change chairs if the sentence spoken by another student is true for them.
In the Connect Four ESL game students have to get ‘four in a row’ by identifying correct word(s), for example irregular verb forms.
In the Never Have I Ever ESL game, students have to say things that they have never done, but that they think other members of the class have.
The What Just Happened ESL game is a version of reverse charades in which students have to act their reactions to a given situation.
The Would I Lie To You ESL game is a variation on Two Truths And A Lie, based on the UK TV panel show Would I Lie To You?.