Number one for English language teachers

Teenagers: Vocabulary: Activity 7: Class quiz

Type: Reference material

This is another great activity to help students revise previous material.

  • Get students to write quiz questions for each other based on vocabulary they have recently covered in class.
  • Go through examples with them first, e.g:
What is the opposite of expensive?


What do you call the person who cuts your hair?


What do you find in a library?
  • Divide students into teams and have a score-keeper.
  • Students ask each other the questions and decide if the answers are correct.
  • The score-keeper keeps the score on the board and the team with the most points at the end of the quiz wins.
  • The teacher must have the final say on everything!

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  • Simple, effective and very learner centred ~ thanks ^^

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