Click on the photo to pop out a slideshow. This is a photoset which you can use to illustrate the difference between present simple and present continuous. Each photo shows Continue ReadingPresent simple vs present continuous photoset
You’ll need a laptop and a projector to play this game which is based on an old BBC TV show Through The Keyhole where the host walks around a celebrity’s Continue ReadingWho lives in a house like this?
Picture taboo is a fluency focused activity in which students practise describing objects. This activity builds vocabulary, fluency and listening skills and acts as an introduction to a theme. Picture Continue ReadingPicture Taboo – to practise describing objects
These ESL apps consist of games and activities to play online with smartphones and tablets. 500 Conversation Questions This web app features randomised conversation questions from the book 50 Conversation Continue ReadingESL apps – games and activities for smartphones and tablets
In this activity, students describe a picture using useful vocabulary such as, there is, there are and the present continuous tense. It’s good for practising asking questions and stretching your students’ creativity Continue ReadingDescribe a picture – although it might not be real