Category Archives: "ESL Teen games"

ESL Warmer Game Name 10
12 Mar, 2019

ESL Warmer: Name 10

Name 10 is a simple warmer/cooler get students focused at the beginning or end of class. In this activity students have to work in pairs or individually and write a list of ten things based on what the teacher says. This activity is particularly useful to practice sets of vocabulary with students  in class.  Activity […]

ESL Speaking Activity_ Picture Profiles
18 Sep, 2018

ESL Speaking Activity: Picture Profiles

Picture Profiles is a simple speaking activity that is a great way to practice describing people’s physical appearance and personality. In this activity, students work in pairs and look at a portrait photo of a person and describe the person’s appearance and build a profile of that person using a number of categories. Activity time: […]

ESL Game 3 Minute Discussions
8 May, 2018

ESL Game: 3 Minute Discussions

3 Minute Discussions is a speaking activity which works well with lower-intermediate teens and adults. This activity is a great way to practice part 4 speaking with PET students or just to practice expressing and giving opinions of different topics. Level: Teens and adults Lower Intermediate + (B1 +) Time: 10 – 20 minutes Learning Objective: […]

ESL St. Patrick's Day Activity True or False
8 Mar, 2018

ESL St. Patrick’s Day Activity: True or False

ESL St. Patrick’s Day Activity: True or False  is a simple St. Patrick’s Day activity for teens and adults. In this activity, students test their knowledge about Ireland and Saint Patrick’s Day by deciding if the statements are true or false. Level: Lower intermediate +  (B1+) Time: 15 – 20 Minutes Materials: Copy of the presentation (see […]

ESL Game Agree to Disagree
12 Nov, 2017

ESL Game Agree to Disagree

ESL Game Agree to Disagree is a simple no-prep activity to encourage students to speak and discuss a  topic. In this activity, students decide how they feel about a topic by moving to a part of the classroom where they can discuss their opinions with their classmates. This activity can be useful to encourage students […]