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ESL Play Your Cards Right

ESL Play your cards right. Higher or Lower?Those of you who remember “Play your cards right” will definitely know this classic TV game show. I’m pleased to say now you can share all the fun with your students!

This game is a great way to reward students for working hard or even use it to gamify your grammar class. Put students into groups and see which team gets the highest score. This game is also great to practice comparatives with your students and is sure to get them excited and engaged.

If you have any other ideas or ways to use the game, please share your thoughts in the comments below.

As always, enjoy and have fun.

 

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ESL Word Squares

ESL Word Squares is a great game for young learners, teens and adults. Its a great way to revise vocabulary and a great game for fast finishers or early students.

Activity Time: 10 mins +
Materials required: whiteboard.
Skills practiced: Vocabulary and spelling. 
Level: Young learners, teens and adults. 
Method
1. Draw square on the board with nine boxes. In each box put a letter in each box.

2. Students have to make as many words as they can using the letters in the boxes. They can’t repeat letters.

3. The student with the most words is the winner.

Try in teams or pair, especially with weaker groups.

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