ESL Halloween Game Guess who

    ESL Halloween Game Guess who

    ESL Halloween game Guess Who is a fun Halloween activity to get students writing and speaking about different Halloween monsters and goblins. Watch the video below for details on how to use this activity in class. As always, enjoy and have fun!

    Method
    1. As a class, brainstorm a list of creepy Halloween creatures such as bats, black cats, Frankenstein, mummies and so on.
    2. From the list, each student chooses one creature and writes three clues about it. For example, “I have wings, I am black, I am sometimes a vampire”.
    3. Students then take turns sharing their clues and guessing which Halloween creature each person chose.
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