Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate

Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
Fun ESL Speaking Activity: Describe and Draw Beginner and Intermediate
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  1. This resource contains fun ESL speaking activities that are perfect for beginner or early intermediate students. In the ESL classroom it is important that teachers give their students plenty of opportunities to practice speaking. Speaking activities that are fun for students are always more enjoyabl
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In the ESL classroom it can be difficult to get your students speaking in English for extended periods of time. In this fun activity, students describe a picture to a partner who must listen and draw without seeing the picture. This is a perfect activity for students to practice their speaking and listening skills and it’s a fun way to practice using prepositions of place.

This lesson has three parts:

1.Before the activity: vocabulary and practice sentences

- Students review the vocabulary words that they will need in order to complete the activity.

- Students write the translation for words they don’t know.

- Students choose 6 words that they don’t know and write sentences using the words.

- Students draw a picture that represents their sentence

2. Describe and Draw Activity:

- One student will describe their picture and the other student will listen and try to draw it.

- Students use their vocabulary words to describe the objects and their positions.

- When students think they have finished they should compare the picture and the drawing and discuss what they did well and what could be improved

- Students then switch roles.

3. After the activity:

- To review their vocabulary, students write sentences about each picture from the activity.

- This may be used as an assessment piece or given as a quiz.

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