This is a brilliant game for intermediate level students. The original idea came from a German TV show.
IntroductionThis is a low preparation but high output activity which I have used successfully with teens and adults.
This is a great game to revise vocabulary and you can use it with any age group and any level by changing the category headings.
This is a game to make any gap-fill task or cloze texts (reading tasks with gaps) more exciting.
This is great for the first class with a new group or when you come back to class after a holiday or even after a weekend.
Introduction Here are some games which we associate with parties and Christmas celebrations in UK schools. These games can be adapted for language learners of all ages and levels.
This is great for those logical-mathematical thinkers.
This is a classic memory game where each person adds a new item to the list in alphabetical order.
This is a longer activity that needs some preparation. It’s great for practising question forms in a fun way and gives structured speaking practice to lower levels.
Although not really a ‘game’ this is a valuable warmer activity for any teenage class.