For today’s activity I would like to acknowledge the work of Gianfranco Conti on devising ways of providing drilling and repetition in various ways through
Songs are a double-edged weapon: on the one hand they are abundant and they are motivating language products so they are very inviting as classroom
Pelmanism: a card game in which matching pairs must be selected from memory from cards laid face down. Here is my tweaked version of it.
Here is a listening game that you will fall in love with and, most importantly, your A1- A2 students will too. You may also try
I typically kick off my lessons with a vocabulary review activity followed by a communicative goal to put the revised language into practice. As a
We are all familiar with “Find someone who…” speaking activity. Traditionally the teacher provides a series of tasks -written/displayed on the board or on printed