Looking for that missing element that will help your ESL conversation class? Engage your students with these 101 discussion topics to help break the silence
One of the best ways to practice English is using dialogue and roleplaying. That’s why we’ve created 10 dialogue worksheets tht are 100% free to use in your classroom.
Fun, relevant and engaging ESL activities are the nitrous of every successful lesson. Through hundreds of successful ESL classes, we know what does and does NOT work.
These are the top 10 asking questions worksheets to get your students curious. From game boards to open discussion topics, we have only what’s been tried, tested and true.
We’ve created 7 worksheets that helps practice who, what, when, where and why (wh- questions). Like all our activities, they are free to download and are 100% free to use. Enjoy.
For each topic in the worksheet, students learn how to make questions. But each question has to specific for that topic with a single answer.
At the start of the class, bring a box. In that box, you can put any object inside, but your students can’t actually see what’s inside. Students investigate the contents by asking yes or no questions.
One of the best parts about “Pass the Ball” is that you need practically no preparation time at all. Also, you can practice anything from rhyming to vocabulary to types of things.
If the teacher says “Simon Says”, students complete the action. For example, if you say “Touch your nose”, students do nothing. But if you say “Simon says touch your nose”, students should touch their nose.
This roleplay activity in the classroom is a challenge to keep up with the flapping lips. First, use any English movie on mute with no subtitles. Students must re-enact the dialogue like voice-over actors.