Teaching English Games Blog

esl students discussing ideas in conversation group

Hello there teachers and welcome. ESL teacher Heike Knapp, living in Prague, wrote this article for me on getting ESL discussions to work. She is a great fan of my materials and uses games and fun activities in all her classes. I hope you enjoy these tips for good conversation lessons and try...

08 Sep Shelley Vernon No Comments
it's raining cats and dogs

The English Language is delightfully quirky. Here are some fun facts about it to use as a base for classroom activities with intermediate and advanced learners.

Fact One: English changes all the time

Languages evolve and English is no exception. One-quarter of the words...

12 Dec Shelley Vernon 3 Comments
photo of memory game cards

This speaking game is called "Find the Pairs Memory Game". It's also known as Pelmanism, Match Match, Match Up, Memory, Shinkei-suijaku and Pexeso. Use this in small groups or for one to one, to teach your pupil vocabulary and sentences. It's a classic game and I used to love...

24 Nov Shelley Vernon No Comments

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