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Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x3)

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x3)

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x3) Three PowerPoint quizzes with over 100 questions and multiple- choice answers about the sounds of Christmas, covering TV; movies; music and carols, and other festive sounds.
CollEd
Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x2)

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x2)

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz (x2) Two PowerPoint quizzes with over 100 questions and multiple- choice answers about the sounds of Christmas, covering TV; movies; music and carols, and other festive sounds.
CollEd
Christmas - 5 second rule

Christmas - 5 second rule

Christmas - 5 second rule - card game. How to play this game: Students take cards and must name 3 kind e.g. 3 Christmas songs. If they can´t do it, the card is given to another player who must answer it, but without using the words given by the previous player. The winner is the person with the biggest number of cards.
Olynj
Christmas - 5 second rule

Christmas - 5 second rule

Christmas - 5 second rule - card game. How to play this game: Students take cards and must name 3 kind e.g. 3 Christmas songs. If they can´t do it, the card is given to another player who must answer it, but without using the words given by the previous player. The winner is the person with the biggest number of cards.
Olynj
Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz 2

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz 2

Christmas 2017: Christmas Sounds Quiz 2 PowerPoint quiz with over 40 questions and multiple- choice answers about the sounds of Christmas, covering TV; movies; music and carols.
CollEd
The BBC's 'The Supporting Act'

The BBC's 'The Supporting Act'

The BBC is going to run this wonderful Christmas-themed clip until Christmas Eve, when apparently something wonderful will happen... (I think it will be Mum's return...). There are 20 questions here to test your students' observational skills. Full key included.
andorian
Magic message: a Christmas riddle

Magic message: a Christmas riddle

These magic message riddles will serve as instant Christmas cards for your students if you print them on card stock. The riddles resemble QR codes until you raise them to eye level and read the “magical messages” from bottom - indicated by a red number - to top. There are four cards to the page. Decades ago, these things took me forever and a day to draw by hand. But then I could legitimately challenge my students to draw a message of their own. Nowadays, I use the computer so they just take forever. However, I’ve lost the moral authority to launch my drawing challenge. But the “wow” moment when a student actually sees the message still makes it worthwhile.
Carlav
70 Upper-intermediate ESL - ELL conversation starter and speaking prompt cards

70 Upper-intermediate ESL - ELL conversation starter and speaking prompt cards

70 Upper-intermediate ESL - ELL conversation starter and speaking prompt cards Use this set of UPPER-INTERMEDIATE ESL conversation prompt cards to get even your most timid students talking to each other in English. These 70 question cards are terrific for discussion and journal writing prompts and they span 13 different themes: ➤ school ➤ food and cooking ➤ what would you do it... ➤ money ➤ Ouch! ➤ social media networks ➤ good and bad habits ➤ the inexplicable ➤ pet peeves ➤ fear and phobias ➤ weather ➤ animals ➤ studies This no prep activity is perfect for small groups or as a whole class activity. Use these cards as a review and vocabulary builder with ESL students at the upper-intermediate to lower-advanced levels. An easy to project PDF in color with only one card per page is included in case you want to work on the questions as a class without printing and cutting out the cards. Included: 70 question cards (color and black and white versions as you see in the thumbnails) 9 ways to use these cards Easy to project PDF file (one card per page) Scoot activity directions There are many ways you can use this set of 70 speaking cards: ➤ Print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and attach on a ring for small groups to ask and answer questions. ➤ Use as a warm-up speaking activity or ice breaker with a conversation partner. As students enter the classroom have them choose 2-3 cards from a box. ➤ Students who finish their work earlier than others can choose a few of the cards and write out their answers including reasons for their preferences. ➤ Use as exit tickets. Give each student a card before the end of class and as they walk out of the room they tell the teacher their answer. ➤ Stations: Put students into groups and divide the cards amongst them. Have groups rotate to a new station as they finish the cards. ➤ Scoot: Put one card on each desk in the classroom. Give each student a response sheet and set a timer to give them just enough time to answer the question. When the timer rings students move on to the next desk and the next question. ➤ Use the cards with board games. Students must answer a question in order to move. ➤ Use the cards as a getting to know you activity or ice breaker at the beginning of the year or at a French club event. ➤ Great resource for tutoring sessions.
jenniferprof