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Top Trumps Emotis

A set of Top Trumps cards about emotis, with vocabulary, speaking and pronunciation lessons for General English students.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: How to play

    Author: Colm Boyd Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Game, General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    Teach your students how to play Top Trumps Emotis in class with this handy guide to the game.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: Playing cards

    Level: Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Game, General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    A full set of 30 Top Trumps Emotis cards in our exclusive cut-out-and-keep format. Suitable for elementary to advanced level students, this game offers great ideas for vocabulary, speaking and pronunciation lessons.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: Young Learners elementary

    Author: Colm Boyd Level: Elementary Type: Game, General lesson plan Print material

    In this young learners lesson, students do a wordsearch, watch an emoti video of Cinderella and create their own emoti story.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: Teens elementary

    Author: Colm Boyd Level: Elementary Type: Game, General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    In this lesson for teens, students revise and expand vocabulary, practise speaking about feelings and play a negotiations game.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: Adults elementary

    Author: Colm Boyd Level: Elementary Type: Game, General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    In this lesson for adults, students practise comprehension of a text comparing different cultures and play a negotiations game.

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    Top Trumps Emotis: Teens advanced

    Author: Colm Boyd Level: Advanced Type: Game, General lesson plan Staff RoomPrint material

    In this lesson for teens, students expand vocabulary and idiomatic expressions, and write and recite an imaginary online chat.

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Readers' comments (4)

  • Hi tblackma,

    Yes, it's a bit odd for us too! It's actually because of copyright issues. We're not allowed to use the term 'Emoji' in our materials so 'Emotis' is it!

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  • I'm very interested to know in what dialect of English emojis are called "emotis". I've never heard of "emotis' before.

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  • No problem Elsa!

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  • My rating for Top Trumps Emojis is a 5!!! sorry :-/

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