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Fun Personality Test/Quiz for KS2/KS3/ESL/EAL Learners!

Fun Personality Test/Quiz for KS2/KS3/ESL/EAL Learners!

This is a fun personality test that learners can use as a fun way for the teacher to get to know learners better, and learners to learn about themselves. The learners write answers to each question on their worksheet and the teacher can go through the slides 1 by 1 to reveal the true meaning of each of the answers. This has been a huge hit with younger and older learners and take approximately 30/40 minutes to complete if done properly.

By teachsureenglish

Know your students WORKSHEET

Know your students WORKSHEET

A worksheet with 15 questions for your students so you can get to know them better. It’ s good practice to let your students know that you are interested in them as a person and not only as a learner. Ideal for the first day(s) of school when you still don’ t know each other well enough. Also suitable for revision of how we give personal information in English. * After the students have answered the questions you can collect their worksheets and spend some time reading the answers or asking them to guess who answered what, if they already know each other and it’ s you, the teacher, who is new in class. Why not answer the questions on the worksheet yourself and take part in the guessing game! Or you could get the students to ask you the questions as an oral follow-up activity to see how many they can remember. They love asking the teacher personal questions!

By nan_dia

Introducing Yourself

Introducing Yourself

This ws can be used with your students for the first time you meet them in the classroom. It will help your beginner students to interact with other people. The introduction can include details such as: where you are from, where you work, the job you have, your hobbies and much more.

By natalia_porokhnyak

144 ESL IELTS Discussion Questions

144 ESL IELTS Discussion Questions

A great way to open up ESL students to discuss a range of questions, they can choose from 8 different types of questions, before being presented with 24 numbers. Then they randomly select a question. It is a great way to have students practice questions, that they might well encounter in part one of an IELTS exam. Also it is a good way to open up the class for discussions on issues that they should be comfortable with.

By xiguaenglish

Proud

Proud

Topic: Feeling good about myself Aims: To encourage creativity. To show learners that they should be proud of themselves. To practise Present Perfect tense Age group: teenagers, adults Level: B1 Time: 60 min

By InspirationalEnglish

Back To School Bobbleheads (US) - a print and go activity for the first days back to school

Back To School Bobbleheads (US) - a print and go activity for the first days back to school

Back to School Bobbleheads is a fun activity to get to know your class during the first days back to school. It also provides opportunities to assess how well children can understand and follow verbal instructions - great for children with English as an additional language! The activity is in four parts: designing a head, designing a t-shirt, making a key and using their responses in the key to write about themselves. The answers your children give will create a design that is unique to them. When the activity has been completed, cut out both parts, glue together and string on bunting for an unusual classroom display. Or simply pin to a wall or notice board. The pack contains everything you need - just print and go!

By suepowell

Back To School Bobbleheads (UK) - a print and go activity for the first days back

Back To School Bobbleheads (UK) - a print and go activity for the first days back

Back to School Bobbleheads is a fun activity to get to know your class during the first days back to school. It also provides opportunities to assess how well children can understand and follow verbal instructions - great for children with English as an additional language! The activity is in four parts: designing a head, designing a t-shirt, making a key and using their responses in the key to write about themselves. The answers your children give will create a design that is unique to them. When the activity has been completed, cut out both parts, glue together and string on bunting for an unusual classroom display. Or simply pin to a wall or notice board. The pack contains everything you need - just print and go!

By suepowell

Describe your family - worksheet

Describe your family - worksheet

Worksheet focusing on describing the family. First page is a gap-fill using an image from the Family & Friends books, the second page consists of questions about one's own family. Used for beginner/elementary students, ages 8-10.

By angelatolesl

Conversation Cards

Conversation Cards

This is a set of cards with questions for conversation. You can create many activities using them or simply have students answer the questions in each card.

By Olynj

OCCUPATIONS Memory cards

OCCUPATIONS Memory cards

A memory game is a funny way to learn vocabulary. School year is almost over in most of the countries. Have students review occupations while having fun, matching pictures with the correct words.Comments are appreciated. Playing the Game The first player chooses a card and carefully turns it over. Be sure not to bother the surrounding cards. The player then selects another card and turns it over. If the two cards are a matching pair for example two Jacks then they take the two cards and start a stack. The player is awarded another turn for making a match and goes again. If the cards are not a match they are turned back over and it is now the next players turn. The next player chooses their first card and turns it over. If it is a match for one of the cards the previous player turned over then they try to remember where that matching card was and turn it. If they are successful at making a match they place the cards in their stack and choose another card. If the first card turned over was not a match for one previously turned over the player selects another card in an attempt of making a pair. If they are unsuccessful in making a match they flip the cards back over and play is passed to the next player. A players turn is not over until they are unable to make a matching pair. The game continues in this fashion until all the cards are played.

By Olynj