This interview game encourages students to mingle and get to know a little about the other students in their group by asking questions to complete the grid. You can extend this by playing a game of "Bingo" at the end.
Pronunciation/articulation drill for ending sounds in English. Objective: This is a speaking exercise for the final sound of verbs. The teacher chooses the tense to practice either 'past tense' or 'present tense.' The tense of the verb does NOT change during the drill. Directions: Students work in small groups. Select one person to flip the cards and to ask the question What did he do?/What did she do? The rest of the group answers. Follow the examples: What did he do? (to talk) He talkSSSSSSS. What did she do? (to walk) She walkTTT. When all of the verbs are completed in the drill the person to the left of the leader now becomes the leader. The leader mixes the cards and begins again. Continue until everyone has had the chance to be the leader. Remember, the ending sound is to be EXAGGERATED! This is to be a fun way to drill endings that are difficult to remember. Remember my dear students, in my class, you must be brave to learn to speak English!
Kite flying competition questions - goes with a recount for post beginner students. I give them the reading, then they choose one question. They must find the answer then mix and mingle with other students to tell them the answer and find out other answers. Then I collect the cards and read out the questions and they must write the answers.
This activity has 3 parts: Interview game, bingo game (using the names of students from the interview game), and a written exercise. The target langauge is "Can you play / do .....", with the answers, "Yes I can" or "No I can't".
This is Part 2 of an icebreaker activity. Students use the results of their interview in Part 1 to populate this Bingo grid with their classmates' names. Part 1 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/question-answer-worksheet/form19.php?load=16741
This is a great icebreaker for new ESL classes. Students must move around the room interviewing their classmates in English. Once complete, they will have the names of 18 classmates on their sheet and they will have found out a little about them. This is Part 1. Part 2 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/bingo/form8.php?load=16748
Interview exercise for speaking and listening practice. Students mingle with classmates, and ask questions such as "What is the largest ocean in the world?" Target language is superlatives: largest, biggest, longest, highest.
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