This was another warm up activity. We have been studying simple past and students are freaking out with the verb forms. So I did this little matching game. I prepared my marbles ($1 a bag in any dollar store or crafts supplies retailer) before class. Using a black Sharpie, I wrote base form verbs on
Here is a quick post to share an activity for question formation. The activity is simple and requires very little preparation. All you will need are little cards with the WH words written on them. They can be handwritten, on sticky notes, or typed and printed. Since I have done this activity too many times
The website is full of resources for all ages and pages made especially for teachers. Take some time to visit the site and I am sure you will find ideas for a class or you will even learn something new about English. My favorite part: Learn English Kids. Children love it and after learning in
BBC is a useful website for both teachers and students. Teachers can find tons of materials for their English classes, and students can find resources for self-study. Take some time to go through the pages searching for ideas. In particular, I like the Grammar Challenges. Let me know your opinion about BBC Learning English.
Are you looking for ideas to use movies in your ESOL class? Here is where you can find them: http://moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.com/. Complete lessons using movies and focused on grammar topics including pre-activities, post-activities, and handouts. Let me know if this recommendation was useful for you.