In the Biography ESL project, students research the life of a famous person, then write about them and/or present to the class.
The Body Collage ESL project is formed by combining body parts cut-out from magazines.
In the City Of The Future ESL project, students create an annotated picture to illustrate what they think the city of the future might look like.
In the Create A Comic ESL project students create a comic strip about superheroes, including dialogue and narration.
The Create A Company ESL project requires students to create their own new businesses, describing what they do and the employees they will need.
Students do the Create A Country ESL project in pairs or small groups, then present their country to the class.
In the Create A Festival ESL project, students invent their own celebration and present it to the class.
In the Create A Menu ESL project, students invent (and describe) the dishes on offer at a restaurant.
In the Create A Monster ESL project, kids have to draw and describe the appearance of their own monster.
In the Create A Superhero ESL project students describe their own superheroes and their powers.
In the Dream House ESL project students design their perfect house and present it to the class.
The Family Tree ESL project is a well-known activity in which students create their own family tree and present it to the class.
In the Home Of The Future ESL project, students make predictions for the home of the future, and design one of their own.
In the Irregular Verbs Rap ESL project, students create and perform a rap that incorporates all forms of different irregular verbs.
In the News Program ESL project, students create a TV news program and present it to the class.
In the Past Simple Rap ESL project, students create a rap using regular past tense verbs with different ‘-ed’ pronunciations.
Great for kids (and the young at heart) the Phrasal Verbs Rap ESL project is a fun way to review the meaning of different phrasal verbs.
In the Plan A Tour ESL project students create an itinerary for a visit to a city.
In the Real Estate Listing ESL project, students create a poster to advertise an invented property.
In the Share Portfolio ESL project students make, track, and review the performance of hypothetical investments.