Here you will find many motivating activities to use with your students covering a range of topics.
A speaking and listening activity for students based on the theme of migration, using themes from the OPENCities project.
This activity mainly provides writing practice but also practises question forms and encourages creativity. It is a student-centred activity which encourages collaboration and teamwork.
When students write a story, they often concentrate too much on the plot at the expense of grammar. This activity helps students with both.
This reading and speaking activity provides practice in giving clear instructions and explaining the rules of a game. Students can then play the games as an extension activity.
This idea can help students with their writing of stories. It gives all them some essential, and some superfluous, vocabulary.
This activity simulates online written chat, a popular communication process which has features common to both speaking and writing.
This free-speaking activity is a great way to start a lesson. ‘ARM exercises’ is simply short for Accept, Reject or Modify statements.