Forbidden Words! Game
A card game for learning and revising topic related vocabulary. For ESL and EFL students. Intermediate level.
The topic of this particular worksheet is Travel/Holidays. The aim of the game is to explain given words, but
I used this activity many times with different age groups and levels. It works great with teenagers and adults, pre-intermediate, intermediate and upper intermediate levels. Just make sure to pre-teach the relevant vocabulary and some basic at the
I needed some media and movie vocabulary cards to use with my younger students as part of a pre-test revision. I created a downloadable, easy to use pdf worksheet. Just download, print, cut and you are ready to go!
Every word has 3 forbidden words
28 questions which can help the conversation to get going. Some of them are closed questions, they can be answered by yes or no, but it should be made clear before you start the activity that the students are not allowed to do that.
I suggest that
This two-page worksheet starts with easier tasks focused on the topic of
family and continues with more complex discussion/dialogue about the
differences in families, and family traditions. It covers levels A2-B1.
Detailed teacher notes provided.
I put together picture prompts on different topics which can be used when practising general speaking with your students or preparing them for various certificates and exams. I will later add more resources on different topics.
Picture description can be rather boring after some time and it occurred to me that usually, the pictures are not very creative. I came up with an idea how to spice it up a bit. The pictures in this activity are unusual, imaginative and I hope they
I chose 10 iconic photos, but you can add more that are more local or more significant for your country. This activity is a great starter for discussion about human rights, democracy, and equality, which are things that our modern society still
Each pair of students gets the same topic with either Agree or Disagree information. I usually assign the topics randomly. They’ll have a couple of minutes for preparation, I recommend that they write brief notes and if possible, to do some quick