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Type:
A class mingle activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work together as a whole class
Focus:
Auxiliary Verbs
 
 
Are your students stuck on the thorny grammar of auxiliary verbs? Don't want to present multiple grammatical structures on the board? Use this easy to do, mid-level 'find someone who' handout that allows students to build questions confidently using auxiliary verbs.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Focus:
Auxiliary Verbs
 
 
Looking for a communicative activity on auxiliary verbs that doesn't get bogged down in tenses and grammar? This paired speaking task involves students choosing the correct auxiliary and discussing the questions they have made.
Type:
A group card game
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in groups of 3-4
Focus:
Comparative Adjectives
 
 
This fun group card game is a popular practice of comparative adjectives, and with good reason. A random card game in which any object that falls into the scope of this level can be compared at random leads to good student improvisation and many laughs.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Defining Relative Pronouns
 
 
If you're looking for a motivating 'tell me about' activity using defining relative pronouns that isn't a 'definition guessing game' than this is it. Since everyone likes talking about themselves this task will be more than just good language practice.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Focus:
First and Second Conditionals
 
 
In need of a well-structured subtle language practice that encompasses the first and second conditionals? This pair work speaking activity involves a bit of writing preparation. This is designed to consolidate students' understanding of imaginary and real contexts.
Type:
A group board game
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in groups of 3-4
Focus:
First Conditional
 
 
If students have been asking how they can use the first conditional better then this is the answer. A comprehensive board game activity for small groups of students, this great activity covers the first conditional and all those vital time phrases that are used with it.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work individually then in pairs
Focus:
First, Second and Third Conditionals
 
 
If you're going into the room doing the three main conditionals you're going to need some ammunition. Thankfully this task offers both excellent writing and speaking practice of imaginary and real conditions, past and present.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Futures
 
 
For such a worthwhile and hilarious task there has to be a catch, but don't be put off by the need for thorough instructions and demonstration. This is a futures speaking task that will really get students thinking.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
20 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Gerund or Infinitive
 
 
It can be a pain scouring the archives for a decent gerund/infinitive speaking practice activity. Just print off this. A comprehensive 'tell me about' sheet featuring twenty interesting topics and the most common gerund/infinitive forms at this level, make this sheet vital.
Type:
A pair work activity
Skill:
Speaking
Time:
15 minutes
Stage:
Controlled grammar speaking practice
Work:
Students work in pairs
Focus:
Make, Let and Allow
 
 
Good practice on these semi-modals is often hard to find or set-up. This mini-debating activity can be executed in different ways, but a decent debate with students using the target language is guaranteed with this issue-based task.
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