- One student sits in a chair facing the class.
- The other students ask the student in the chair questions. The student in the chair must not say “no”.
- Get the students to ask “Do you like….” and “Have you ever…” questions.
- If the student says “No” then another student takes their place.
Can’t see the video? Click here “Just Say No” is a great game for practicing speaking in the ESL classroom with young learners, teens and up. Great for practicing questions formation or just having fun. Especially great for Trinity exam practice etc Activity Time: 10 mins + Materials required: A chair Skills practiced: Speaking, question formation Level: Young […]
This post looks at a simple idea for using English riddles in the ESL classroom. Riddles can be a great way to get to get students talking, introduce a lesson or maybe just to practice speaking. This post will look at one way the riddles below can be used in class with young learners, teens and even […]