Slap the board is an energetic vocabulary activity - it can be used for revision, presentation and testing - which involves students running to and hitting the board.
This is a communicative exercise to practise using question tags with rising intonation when you are not sure that your ideas are right.
A short but fun way to revise comparatives and superlatives is to give students a blank piece of paper and ask them to draw an easy to draw object, such as a star, a tree, a flower or a house on it.
This is a speaking exercise for modal verbs used to express possibility, for intermediate / upper-intermediate classes.
No matter what textbook(s) you may use, you will need some special tasks for a lesson which is dedicated to measuring the progress of your advanced level students.
This is a speaking exercise for pre-intermediate level learners and above. It revises time references and past simple.
Example: ' When was the last time you were really happy?' - 'Two weeks ago - it was my birthday'.
This is a speaking exercise to practise clauses and infinitive of purpose:
This role-play can be used with students who are studying about aliens (a common course-book topic), for the practice and revision of narrative tenses or as a lead in to writing newspaper stories.
This is a speaking exercise for the future perfect and future continuous forms for intermediate and upper-intermediate students.
This is a speaking exercise for pre-intermediate and intermediate level learners which provides them with an opportunity to review and practise the superlative form whilst personalising it.