Class Group Activities
If you have access to bells or buzzers, it's even more fun.Next, read an answer to a question and say, 'What's the question?The laughter from this is hilarious as the impressions tend to make the character in question look funny.It is a good idea to encourage students to ask the interviewee student questions about who they are describing.The shooter's duty is to memorize the names of the ships of 'their enemies', so he can shoot them by calling their ship's name.Activity: Arrange all the captains in a circle, the ships' crews must line up behind their captains. The teacher must decide a lexical area of vocabulary, this vocabulary will be used to defend their ships from the attacks.It is more interesting if the person being described is known by everyone.Once the student has finished describing that person then he/she reveals who it is and each student shows his/her drawing.
I recommend giving a prize to make the target points mean something, thus peaking their interest. This game works best with the arbitrary stop watch (30 seconds). Then for another day take the same categories (or create new ones) and play the same game except students, this time, act it out (no speaking or noises).") Level: Easy to Medium Preparation: Divide the students in to groups of four or five.Then ask the student to make the name for their ships for example with the names of animals, cities, movie stars or let them find their own favourite names. The captain's duty is to memorize his ship's name, so he can reply if somebody call his ship's name.Students with that product must then put ALL their products in a basket at the front of the room. Students who had to dump their products must begin again from scratch (with fewer units of currency). Level: Any Level Type of Activity: listening and speaking Purpose: review question forms previously studied in class Procedure: Form two teams (three will work, but two seems to add just the right amount of competitive tension).The student with the most products at the end wins. Explain the game, with a few examples of answers in search of questions. ', and get students to correctly say the corresponding questions for your answer.Level: Easy to Medium This is an oral communication activity appropriate for EFL learners in elementary/primary school. This game is designed for practicing "shopping" dialogues and vocabulary. The clerks set up "stands" to allow easy access for all shoppers (e.g.around the outsides of the room with their backs to the wall).I don't except my beginners/low intermediate students to form complete sentence so I help them to form correct sentences.To my surprise they will repeat the sentence several times (while I'm helping them) just so they can throw their airplane.Level: Easy to Medium The teacher gives a word and asks a student to spell it, and then a second student should say a word beginning with the last letter of the word given. Explain that they are cowboys and they are involved in a duel. The first child to give the answer and then "bang bang", pretending to shoot his opponent is the winner. I give 1 point for the right answer and 5 extra points if they manage to "kill" 4 opponents in a row.The game continues until someone makes a mistake, that is, to pronounce the word incorrectly, misspell it or come up with a word that has been said already, then he/she is out. This game can be made difficult by limiting the words to a certain category, e.g.. Editor's Note: Instead of saying the word in the students' mother tongue, it would be possible to use a picture or to say a definition ("What do you call the large gray animal with a long nose?