ESL Games, Speaking & Vocabulary-Building Activities Vol. 2
Looking for new games and activities to get your ESL students talking?
This is the second of 2 volumes of multi-use speaking games activities: Conversation Starters, Energizers, Team-Building Activities, Indoor & Outdoor Games, Vocabulary - Building Activities and Picture Speaking Prompts ( can be used as a writing activity as well as a speaking one) for Beginner - Intermediate ESL Learners. These games can be used as warmers, early-finishers or main activities. Each game comes with a set of clear instructions as well as material needed ( e.g playing cards). The activities are designed to allow flexibility and can be easily altered according to the students’ needs.
The Games | Activities included are:
- Family Tree Research
- Film Quiz
- To The Moon and Back
- Theme Puzzles
- Card Matches
- Noah’s Mini-Arc
- Famous Duo Game
- Flag Collectors
- Fruit Salad Game
- Blind Guesses
- A Hero’s Story
Additionally, there are 3 Picture Speaking Prompts with Differentiated activities. The first two are designed for Elementary - Pre-Intermediate learners whilst the 3rd one for more advanced students. The entire resource is also available on Google Slides. Inside the main product, you will find a page with the Google Slide Access Link. In the Google Slides version there are EDITABLE templates for the Speaking Picture Prompts activities, so that teachers have full flexibility as for levels and choice in questions|prompts. Compared to Vol. 1, this volume, as well as beginners - pre-intermediate level activities, this volume contains trickier material making it suitable for intermediate + level students as well. The activities allow flexibility in the sense that they can be adjusted to suit higher level learners without having to do any physical adjustments yourself.
The last section contains 34 pages of Vocabulary - Building Activities and Games including a FULL ANSWER BOOKLET. Exercises can be done in groups, as a class or independently. All activities are professionally illustrated to provide visual clues which are especially important for beginner learners.