Writing projects can be a great way to create motivation, as well as getting students used to using English in their day-to-day lives. Many students are already familiar with social media and publishing photos or writing to the internet. The benefits of a blog is that it is a real life application of the language and can be viewed by the teacher, classmates, as well … Continue reading Class Writing Project
Overview: Students practise counting potatoes until the music stops. Person on top is out. This is a quick and fun activity for practicing numbers and making plural words.
Overview: Students practice buying and selling items.
Set up: Students are in groups of about 4. Each group will decide what kind of shop they’ll make and write a list of 5 items they have for sale and the price.
Overview: The teacher reads a text while the students copy it down.
Set up: Students just need paper, while the teacher needs a text and preferably copies for the student or a projector.
Goal: Practice inviting people to a party, while using the days of the week
Preparation: Piece of paper for each student. Can make a worksheet if you want.
Overview: The teacher tells students to do a specific gesture, and the student do it.
Set up: Students stand up in the classroom and should have enough room to move.
Overview: Students write questions and swap them with each other as they mingle.
Set Up: Student write 2 to 4 questions on a square of paper.