Number one for English language teachers

Extras: Miscellaneous

A selection of miscellaneous warmers, fillers and icebreakers, including a number-crunching exercise and a game to describe tastes and smells.

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  • Miscellaneous: English I've liked

    Author: Jonathan Marks Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    This is particularly good for learners who arrive for a lesson in a hurry and full of other concerns, and benefit from having a few quiet moments to switch into English and re-establish a positive attitude towards the language.

  • Miscellaneous: Number crunching

    Author: Deidre Muller Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    This warmer / lesson filler involves numbers.

  • Miscellaneous: One-word warmers

    Author: Lindsay Clandfield Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    These warmers all use one word or words as a starting point to the lesson.

  • Miscellaneous: Question warmers

    Author: Lindsay Clandfield Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    These warmers all use questions as a starting point to the lesson.

  • Miscellaneous: Story warmers

    Author: Lindsay Clandfield Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    These warmers use stories, or anecdotes, to warm up a class to a topic.

  • Miscellaneous: The smell game

    Author: Thomas Mcgilchrist Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    I call it the 'smell game' but it also introduces how to describe tastes.

  • Miscellaneous: The Statue of Liberty

    Author: Amelie Silvert Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    An activity to revise vocabulary and information about a famous monument.

  • Misellaneous: When friends come to visit

    Author: Chris Clayton Level: Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Extra

    If you teach English as a foreign language and are lucky enough to have a friend from home visit you, why not use them as a class resource?

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