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.
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
If I was in Boston and you were in Washington DC, where could we meet halfway? A good meeting point would be New York. If
I am a big fan of Padlet and similar web-based noticeboards. Basically these digital noticeboards allow users to place text, images, upload and embed videos
Linguist David Wilkins wrote in 1972: “Without grammar little can be conveyed, without vocabulary nothing can be conveyed”. Memorizing vocabulary is paramount to language competence
This activity revises phrasal verbs students are familiar with. It implies a bit of imagination or drawing skills (or both) in addition to language competence.