At the end of the game, learners should have answered 53 questions- Wait for game to fully load before playing. For best results do not use internet explorer. If you insist on internet explorer and the images don't show, click on the image space and wait.
They are suitable for levels B2 and higher especially for exam course Cambridge First and Advanced. Continue Reading …. This year I am teaching a C1 course to a group of teens.
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Cristina Cabal, winner of the British Council's TeachingEnglish blog awardhas collected her favourite games for practising the tense that isn't always as simple as its name. One of the first things people learn when they study English is the present simple form of verbs. Learning grammar is not enough when learners must use the language in real life.
The purpose of flash cards is rather simple and mundane; we use flash cards to introduce and review vocabulary or concepts. Unfortunately, it can be really… repetitious and boring. Here is my list of 41 Flash Card Activities.
This is a very simple game which is perfect for revision, and requires almost no pre-class preparation. The blutack is optional, but it does stop the paper from blowing away! You could use post-it notes instead, but sometimes they curl up making it easy to see the answers!
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I come from a different tradition to many of the young teachers nowadays. As an aside, it is worth noting that these games also come from a period when you went into the classroom armed only with a stick of chalk, your enthusiasm and your ingenuity. History, as I have suggested elsewhere, is a wonderful subject of argument, revisionism and debate, and some of the activities listed below will introduce the students to that aspect of the subject. Different quizzes I am going to start by talking about quizzes which are, in my opinion, a much underrated tool.
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If we respect this axiom, the review and recycling of new language items will be critical if they stand a chance of becoming readily accessible in long-term memory. In fact, students do the majority of their forgetting shortly after the lesson and then the rate of forgetting diminishes. To avoid this lexical vanishing act, one solution offered is to follow the 'principle of expanding rehearsal'.