In the Accidents Happen ESL activity, students work in groups to describe how different accidents happen, then act them out for the rest of the class.
In the Around The World ESL activity, students describe a multi-stage journey involving various forms of transportation.
In the Biography ESL project, students research the life of a famous person, then write about them and/or present to the class.
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.
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.
In the Draw Your Weekend ESL activity students have describe what they think a classmate did/has done using only a drawing.
In the Emoji Story ESL activity, students use random emojis as the prompts for events.
In the Find Someone Who ESL activity, students have to find a classmate for whom a given criteria is true.
In the Fortunately Unfortunately ESL Activity, students create a story that alternates between positive and negative sentences.
In the Gossip ESL activity students tell their partner a ‘secret’, who then spreads it around the class.
The How Well Do You Know Your Friend ESL game is a ‘Mr and Mrs’ style game in which students have to answer questions about their partner.
The I Went To The Barbershop ESL activity is a simple rhyme for young children, with the option to create more verses.
The I Went To The Shop ESL game is a simple memory exercise which you can tailor to practise food, home or classroom objects vocabulary, or the past simple.
In the My Day Backwards ESL activity, students try to list the events of each other’s days in reverse order.
In the Past Simple Rap ESL project, students create a rap using regular past tense verbs with different ‘-ed’ pronunciations.
In the Perfect Weekend ESL activity, students talk about their ideal weekend.
In the Run To It ESL game (also known as Stations), students locate the correct answer for a given question and run to it.
In the Story Chain ESL activity, students write the next part of every story that is passed to them.
In the Story Circle ESL activity, students take turns adding new elements to a spoken story.
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