A very fun and engaging lesson for kindergarten students on rhyming words.
Students will have the opportunity to work as a class, with partners, and individually.
Having these up your sleeve before stepping into the classroom will ensure your lessons run smoothly, and, should things get a little out of control, you’ll be able to pull back the attention of the class in no time. Here are the top 10 games we think your students will love: There isn’t an EFL teacher I know who doesn’t use this game in the classroom.
Board Race is a fun game that is used for revising vocabulary, whether it be words from the lesson you’ve just taught or words from a lesson you taught last week.
The game is excellent for practicing speaking skills, though make sure you save a time for after the game to comment on any mistakes students may have made during the game.
(I generally like to reserve this for after the game, so you don't disrupt their fluency by correcting them as they speak).This is a great game to encourage team work and bring a sense of competition to the classroom.No matter how old we are, we all love a good competition and this game works wonders with all age groups.With older groups you can have some real fun and you might be surprised what you’ll learn about some of your students when playing this particular EFL game. Whether you’re waking them up on a Monday morning or sending them home on a Friday afternoon, this one is bound to get them excited and wanting more.The only danger I have found with this game is that students never want to stop playing it.Games can be used to warm up the class before your lesson begins, during the lesson to give students a break when you’re tackling a tough subject, or at the end of class when you have a few minutes left to kill.There are literally hundreds, probably thousands, of games that you can play with your students.Levels 1 & 2 | Levels 3 & 4 | Levels 5 & 6 | Level Unsorted Activities for ESL Students has over 1,000 activities to help you study English as a Second Language.This project of The Internet TESL Journal has contributions by many teachers.This lesson offers a simple introduction or refresher course in homophones, words that are pronounced the same, but spell and mean differently.Students will create a visual reminder of some of the more common homophones.