Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Speaking Game for Low Levels

(TESOL Worksheets--Speaking)
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[This is a speaking game I designed for a young learner class.  It was originally meant to be used as a review of the unit, and I just regurgitated all the speaking prompts from that unit of the textbook into the game.  Arguably, this violates my self-made rule about only posting independent material on my blog (and not stuff that is specifically designed for one textbook), but I think the game can still function independently.
Students play the game with dice and move their markers around the board, answering the question prompts as they go.]

Where are you from?

Where are your parents from?

Where do you live?

You must lose a turn

What are three things you do every day on holiday?
What's your favourite possession and why?
What do you dream of becoming?
What are you interested in?
What are you good at?
What is one thing you are doing at the moment?
What is one thing you are putting off at the moment?
You must move 10  spaces backwards
What are two things you are doing tomorrow?
What are you studying?
Do you have any old photographs of family members?
Do you look like any other members of your family?
What do you want to do when you leave school?
What are your special skills?
What are your hobbies?
Do you love eating Chinese food?
Do you have an unusual hobby?
Do you get up every morning before 6.30?
Do you own at least 3 hats?
Do you always do your homework on Saturday morning?
What do you want to be?
What are you studying?
Lose a turn
What is your name?
Are you crazy about basketball?
What do you like doing in your free time?
What did you do today?

What did you do yesterday?
What are you going to do tomorrow?
What are you doing now?
What is your teaching doing now?
You must go back to the start
What did you eat for breakfast?
What are you wearing at the moment?

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