This activity can be used as part of a lesson that instructs on countable and uncountable nouns. This is a team game. The students will see a noun and they must decide whether the noun is countable or uncountable. the teams can win or lose points
This is a game of naughts and crosses (tic tac toe) but the difference is that teams cannot win by simply getting a line of 3 symbols.
This activity gives pre intermediate students a grammar review in a fun and competitive way. the game comes
This game has been tested in real classrooms and has proved to be popular. The activity tests students knowledge of comparative forms in a fun way. there are penalty screens and screens to increase the points award.
The presentation comes with a
This word document is for teachers who want to go into teaching the a TOEFL iBT preparation course. The document goes through the areas that should be taught and the strategies needed for students to be successful when taking the TOEFL iBT test. It
Aimed at elementary students and above.
Students answer general English questions (vocabulary)
Teams and the teacher are given 10.000 points to begin.
A correct answer gives them the opportunity to take 1000 points with no risk, risk their own
This is a fun filler or warmer activity.
Students will see 20 items on a conveyor belt going across the screen.
They cannot write anything down until the game tells them to.
They will then have one minute to write down what they can remember.
A beginner level ESL PPT game designed to check the students understanding of such points as prepositions, days of the week, time, months. ordinals and more.
The game is easy to use as all of the questions and animations are done for you.
This game is played just like a standard game of hangman except it uses animations and sounds to do with pirates and pirate vocabulary.
The game is complete and working, with teachers notes and a suggested lesson plan.This game can be used time and
This is a game in two parts. Part 1 uses closed type questions and the students must not answer with a yes or no. This encourages the students to practice and give give a grammatically correct response to the question given. Part 2 is a game where
This PPT game is aimed at pre-intermediate level students. All of the questions and answers have been added, you do not have to do anything to make the game play. There are grammar questions, gap fill, and multi-choice questions. Students simply
This game is played in a similar way to Family Fortunes (Feud)
Complete with how to play instructions.
Best suited for high Pre-intermediate and above level students.
Good for vocabulary building
A game that has been tried and tested in real
High pre-intermediate and above when students have been taught passive voice.
This activity gives students practice on changing active voice to passive voice.
This is a game format using a wheel from which students get a random choice.
This activity is designed as a warmer or filler.
Students select a date, then select a number.
In their teams they should decide whether the item was in existence in their chosen year.
The teacher can choose the points awarded.
This activity helps students to form answers to closed questions without using YES or NO.
The teacher speaks the question on the screen and there is a timer to make students answer quickly.
This is a team or individual player game that gives points
Students answer questions and if correct can choice to either take the contents of the mystery box or give it to an opposing team.
The points can be either + or -
This game is mainly designed for pre-intermediate level
Full instructions included.
Students choose a number and answer the question shown.
They are then taken to the Total Wipeout screen and they must push number 1 on the keyboard to stop the animation. They can win big points or get a Total Wipeout