If you are looking for something to do with adults, look no further. Here are all the activities, materials and game reviews for use with adult students in the ESL classroom.
I created this game to do controlled practice of verb tenses in positive, negative and interrogative forms. Setting up Print the cards, laminate and cut them out. That’s it! I have used this with groups of up to 8 players, however if you have bigger groups you may want to print off 2 copies. You […]
Rory’s Story Cubes
As an English language teacher, it can sometimes be difficult to come up with engaging activities that will encourage your students to practice speaking. This is where story cubes come in! They are a fantastic tool for practicing speaking skills in the English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom. In this blog post, we’ll explore […]
One Night Werewolf
This is a review of a game which I use in class and I find particularly good for students to encourage speaking. It’s a type of game called a ‘hidden role’ game called One Night Werewolf. At the end of this post are 2 free themed downloadable adaptations of this game that I have made […]
This is a writing activity I put together for a teen class I have to get them writing short texts. In this activity they need to imagine they are on Tinder, or a similar dating app and write their profile, or profiles of imaginary people. There are no downloads really, as you can just do […]
This activity is good for teenaged students with an intermediate level, though it can be used with lower level learners if adapted. The idea of the activity is for students to read and write short, funny texts for the photos given. All photos and examples, along with instructions are included in the attached PDF file. […]