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 ESL games ( for teachers of English)

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Bài gửiTiêu đề: ESL games ( for teachers of English)   Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:54 am

Ring-a-Word



Practises: almost anything

This classic classroom game is guaranteed to wake up the doziest class.

It can be used for anything from learning the alphabet to revising irregular verbs. There are many variations dependent only on the teacher's imagination.

The basic idea is that the teacher covers the whiteboard randomly with words or letters. If, for example, you are teaching the alphabet, you might cover the board haphazardly with all the vowels and some of the more problematical consonants. It's a good idea to repeat some of the letters, perhaps in upper and lower case.

The class is divided into two teams. One team is given a blue whiteboard marker. The other team is given a red marker. The teams line up on either side of the board with the front students holding the markers. The teacher calls out a letter and the front students try to locate it and draw a ring round it. Change students every call or every three calls etc. The team with the most number of rings at the end wins.

Some possible topics (can be mixed):

* alphabet
* numbers
* dates
* times
* irregular verbs (eg write "v1" and call out "v2" or vice versa)
* prepositions
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Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: ESL games ( for teachers of English)   Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:57 am

Hello Bingo!

Set up a page with 5 columns and 5 rows. Each box holds a different inquiry. Students must circulate around the room and speak with other students to complete the information in the boxes. The first student who completes the boxes in rows like a bingo game (across, down, diagonally) is the winner. This is an excellent activity for the first few days of class. Some inquiries that are especially good, and don't reflect a particular nationality are:
Someone who likes oranges
Someone with more than 5 children
Someone who has lived in more than 2 countries
Someone who is married more than 15 years
Someone who is married less than 1 year
Someone who cannot drive a car
Someone who can use a computer
Someone who... etc
Someone who works in a restaurant
Someone who... etc
Someone who doesn't know how to cook etc
Someone who visited the dentist this week (month)


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Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: ESL games ( for teachers of English)   Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:59 am

What Am I Wearing?

Objective: identify clothes, styles, colours, shapes

Before class I draw a circle on the board with four air bubbles coming from it and in each write summer, winter, spring and autumn. When I enter the classroom I wear a hat, scarf, gloves, coat etc and we talk about the various garments. Explain garments, clothes, dress etc. In groups brainstorm different clothes for the seasons. Change groups around and new groups complete questionaire about clothes, a pair of shoes, gloves, pyjamas etc. Have a discussion about students' favourite clothes, fashions, can they wear what they like or what their parents choose, etc.

Team game. One student from each team goes to the board and the teacher describes a garment. The winner is the first student to write the correct word with correct spelling. Other students can call or in most cases yell out the word! A real fun game.

I then play another game. I collect about 12 garments or pieces of clothing (eg vest, pants, boxers, skirt, jersey, bra, scarf, gloves, beads, socks) and put them in a pillow case or similar. I play a music tape and students pass around the bag. When the music stops whoever is holding the bag has to pull out a garment (without looking inside) and put on whatever they pull out. This is hiliarious, shrieks of laughter. When all garments are on the students, we repeat the garment as they put it back in the bag.



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