Getting to Know You | Four Corners Game | ESL Activity | Back to School

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Four Corners is an activity that gets students up and out of their seats. This 4 Corners game is a fun "Getting to Know You" activity, perfect for the beginning of the year and throughout. It can also double as an engaging class warm-up activity! Created for beginning and intermediate English learners, thirty differentiated slides with visual supports provide ample question choices to suit your class needs.

Three levels of questions are included, with ten slides for each level. Project a question for your class. Next, have them move to the corner that best answers the question for them. Then, reveal the extension question offered for each slide. Finally, give students time to 1- THINK, 2- Pair up, and 3- Talk!

Students practice listening, reading and speaking skills, while building relationships in their classroom community.

EDITABLE Slide Templates are included to add your own topics!

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