On this page you will find lots of ideas for classroom activities to help your students with revision.
This activity is designed to be used as a consolidation exercise for the third conditional.
The aims of this activity are for students to revise and practise open question forms.
This is a version of the popular game Battleships. In this version, instead of blowing up battleships, teams have to find hidden 'chocolate bars'. I usually do this on the whiteboard.
This activity gets the students motivated with a competitive revision race.
This is a speaking exercise for intermediate+ learners which provides them with an opportunity to review and practise the 'should have' structure for expressing regrets.
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.
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.
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 simple way to start the lesson with revision that uses the board.