All English teachers who work with teenagers or adults need some ESL icebreakers to get their classes started off on the right foot when students don’t know each other, or you. Icebreaker activities are the perfect tool for the job, but it’s not easy to find the best ones.
If you’re tired of wading through the junk on the Internet to find the one activity that you can actually use in your class, then help is here. During her decade of experience as a CELTA/DELTA certified teacher, Jackie Bolen has developed countless games and activities for her students. Jennifer Booker Smith taught kids for years before moving into teacher training, and then back into the classroom again and she has a passion for developing games and activities that students really enjoy.
They’re sharing their ideas for icebreakers with ESL teachers throughout the world. In 39 ESL Icebreakers, you’ll get over three-dozen ideas to use in your own classroom. The highly-detailed descriptions will show you exactly how to use the activities during your lessons.
If you’re extremely busy or you’re simply out of new ideas, Jackie and Jennifer’s book makes it easy to try out new and exciting activities your students will love! Buy the book to make sure you get your semester started off on the right foot with students getting to know each other as well as you.
39 ESL Icebreakers-it’s lesson planning made easy! Click the link below to buy the book now on Amazon. It’s available in both electronic format (can be read on any tablet, Mac, PC or smartphone by using the Kindle App), or physical book format.
39 ESL Icebreakers: For Teenagers and Adults (the link will take you to Amazon).