Number one for English language teachers

Speaking: Christmas is coming

Carme Roig-Papiol wins the Lesson Share competition with this festive board game, designed to improve students' fluency and build vocabulary by encouraging them to speak in small groups.


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  • Another possibility is to ask a revision question from the September term and reward the students with something small (a chocolate or toffee) if the answer is correct.

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  • Hello susieton,

    Thank you very much for your comment - that is a great idea! We always welcome teachers sharing their ideas for extending/adapting lessons and resources.

    Best wishes and happy teaching,

    The onestopenglish team

  • great

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  • That's a good question! We suggest that if the square has a symbol instead of a question, students could discuss the symbol and themes surrounding it. If the square is blank, students could create their own questions or talk about a Christmas-themed topic of their choice.

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  • What do you do when you land on a square without a question?

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