Number one for English language teachers

Board game: Frequency adverbs

Type: Game, General lesson plan

A board game at elementary level to practise the present simple with frequency adverbs and time expressions for groups of three to four students.

Level: Elementary

Time needed: 20 minutes

Summary: This is a fluency-based board game which practises the present simple with frequency adverbs and time expressions.

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  • I absolutely love this board game. It sure is a fun way for students to practise frequency adverbs. Brilliant idea Jill Hadfield!

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  • Excellent!

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  • Hi Meglish8,
    Many thanks for sharing how you used the resource in class - we're glad you liked it and hope other teachers will find your advice helpful.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Unfortunately I did not understand the way to click on the stars for a rating. I thought you had to choose all the stars so it looks like I've given this a one when I actually wanted to give Jill Hadfield 5 out of 5. I tweeked this board game a little bit to suit what we were doing with a beginner class around time and then frequency adverbs. The really engaged with the target language and enjoyed playing the game which develops so many other skills.

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