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.
How do you break the ice in your ESL class? It’s not easy getting a class of shy students to open up and start speaking English. So gently, you can introduce them to English communication with these 5 ESL icebreakers.
Let’s be honest. Your first class is not what you’ll expect. Your students will be shy. They’ll be uncomfortable. So that’s why we’re here to help with 3 introduction class rules worksheets.
All teachers know that a good set of classroom rules is what you need to be the authority figure in class. Introduce students early to these 5 classroom rules.
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.
Students ask each other “where” questions. According to household items, they have to identify where the items are located. For example, where is the car? The car is in the garage.
In this worksheet, students ask each other questions on the worksheet. When they find someone with one of the answers, they mark an “X” in their worksheet. Get 3 in a row and win.