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.
A version of the classic party game, the Charades ESL game is a fun way to practise many different types of vocabulary or grammar.
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 City Walking Tour ESL activity students plan a route around a city and write the directions needed to follow it.
The Classroom City ESL activity is a role play setup for practising shopping interactions and everyday conversations.
The Classroom Restaurant ESL activity transforms your class into a dining experience, where your students can practise food vocabulary and ordering/serving.
The Comparative Clues ESL activity is a version of Twenty Questions in which students can only use comparatives questions.
In the Complete The Map ESL activity, students have to complete the map of a town using written clues.
The Compound Pictionary ESL game is a variation on normal Pictionary in which each team draws part of a compound noun.
In the Concentration ESL Game (also known as Match Up or Memory), students have to remember the positions of matching vocabulary words/images.
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 Conversation Bingo ESL activity, students play bingo while listening to conversations or dialogues created by their classmates.
The Crazy Classroom ESL activity is a live-action version of Memory Scene, in which students have to remember what their classmates were doing.
In the Create A Comic ESL project students create a comic strip about superheroes, including dialogue and narration.
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 Crossed Wires ESL activity, students dictate a text down a string that criss-crosses their group.
In the Describing Pictures ESL activity, students practise describing a picture first as a class, then individually.
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.
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