These ESL / TEFL Whose? Question Asking With Demonstrative Adjectives Task Cards will get your class speaking immediately. My students in Taiwan (ranging from 1st to 7th grade!) loved standing on different sides of the room making matches. No room for shyness here!
Why do I use task cards in my ESL/EFL/TEFL classroom environment?
They're great for:
* targeted grammar practice
* whole class engagement
* collaborative learning
* differentiated instruction
This set includes:
8 Answer Focused Task Cards
8 Task Cards for Oral Communication
16 Game Cards Focused on Objects and Individuals
Why I Love This Set
Students in Taiwan are normally quite apprehensive to speak English in front of their peers. However, my students loved the bright and cheerful designs.
Playing games with these cards allowed them to get up out of their seats and interact with their peers meaningfully in English.
As students are focused on answering the task cards, I'm able to wander around the room and check on progress and give individual help as needed (something that is difficult to get with large classroom sizes in Taiwan.)
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Keywords: collaborative learning, task cards, classroom engagement, Taiwan TEFL, Taiwan TESOL, whose, demonstrative adjective, oral communicative activities