In the Crazy Requests ESL activity, students practise making and responding to (and reporting) strange requests with their classmates.
The Crazy Taxi Driver ESL conversation activity is a fun role play setup about a crazy taxi driver and their passenger.
The Create A Company ESL project requires students to create their own new businesses, describing what they do and the employees they will need.
In the Creations Quiz ESL activity, students are shown various artistic creations, and they have to write down who it was created by, and when.
In the Crime Scene Investigation ESL activity, students speculate on the story behind objects found at a crime scene.
In the Crossed Wires ESL activity, students dictate a text down a string that criss-crosses their group.
The Desert Island Discs ESL conversation activity is based on the BBC radio program of the same name, in which participants discuss luxury items they would like to have with them if they were a castaway.
The Dice Of Fortune ESL game is a version of Wheel Of Fortune that uses dice instead of a wheel.
In the Earth 2-0 ESL activity, a disaster is about to destroy life as we know it, and students have to decide who to save.
The Fishbowl ESL game is a guessing game in which students use descriptions, then actions, and finally single words as clues.
In the Five In Five ESL game, students try to guess a five-letter word using other five-letter words.
As seen on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, in the Five-Second Summaries ESL game students only have five seconds to describe movies, famous people or other vocabulary items to their teammates.
In the Flash Forward ESL activity students imagine a time in the future, and describe what their life will be like at that point.
In the Four Corner Debate ESL conversation activity, students move to different parts of the room depending on their viewpoint.
In the Future Timeline ESL activity, students predict a timeline of future world events.
In the Gossip ESL activity students tell their partner a ‘secret’, who then spreads it around the class.
In the Government Meeting ESL activity, students have to decide how to spend their country’s budget surplus.
In the Guess The Biography ESL activity, students create five-part biographies then have to guess the people their classmates describe.
The Hangman ESL game is always an easy option for a warmer, but it’s also a great way to familiarise students with new vocabulary or idioms.
The He Said She Said ESL activity is a variation on I Went To The Shop for practising reported speech.
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