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Intermediate ESL students are in a tough spot. They can say a lot, but they are also very aware of how much they don't know, which often makes them self-conscious and nervous about speaking English. The key to a good speaking activity for an intermediate ESL student, then, is to make it more about...


These activities let your adult ESL students chat like carefree children, without worrying about mistakes. Speaking is key for ESL class!


ESL Speaking Activity Skills: Speaking/listening Time: 15 minutes Level: Beginner-Intermediate Materials Required: Strips of paper (or students can make their own) Give each student five strips of paper. On each piece of paper they write something interesting about themselves.


Successful English language speaking exercises are perhaps the most interesting and enjoyable part of teaching ESL. Interacting and engaging with students and getting students to interact with each other is possibly the most rewarding and fulfilling part of a language teacher’s job.


Classroom Speaking Activities. Secret Zombie. This is a fun conversation activity that, although they talk in pairs, involves the whole class!


Great speaking activities for ESL/EFL class. For English teachers. Levels: beginner, pre-intermediate, intermediate, and advanced.


Skills: Speaking/listening/reading Time: 510 minutes Level: Beginner to Advanced Materials: Handout or PowerPoint with approximately 20 names This is a simple warmup activity that you can use to generate some interest in a topic for intermediate or advanced students.


Speaking worksheets Welcome to the Speaking worksheets category, where you'll find a variety of free ready-to-print educational materials that teachers can


The Would You Rather ESL Speaking Activity is a fun way to get your class more familiar with comparisons and using modals. It is more suitable for intermediate to advanced levels. Both younger learners and adults will enjoy playing the game. Student Level: Intermediate


These ESL speaking activities have the simple aim of encouraging students to speak openly and freely, with minimal support, in order to achieve their communicative goals. Only in these situations can we really gauge a student’s progress and discover their strengths and weaknesses.


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