Tag : reported speech

Reported Speech can be a both difficult and boring grammar topic for students. It doesn’t have to be this way though; we just need to choose the right techniques to practise it.

Demonstrating when and how we report speech in real life is a good way to engage your students, as is using examples from popular culture and current events. At the same time, be prepared with some sillier activities to lighten things up if students get overwhelmed with the complex grammar.

Here’s a list of the best EFL / ESL games, activities, projects and conversation ideas that you can use when teaching Reported Speech.

73 Questions

The 73 Questions ESL activity is based around the Vogue interview series of the same name, with students discussing what the celebrity said.