Top 10 Blog Posts on ESL Speaking

Presentations for ESL Students

Top 10 Blog Posts of All-Time on ESL Speaking We’re going to take a little trip down memory lane with this blog post. I’ve looked back in time and found the 10 most popular blog posts here at ESL Speaking. Find out what other people have found most helpful! #1: Small Talk ESL Activity This small talk ESL activity is the most popular blog post here at ESL Speaking! Small talk is one of those extremely important skills for our students to learn. But for some reason, it’s also something that is rarely practicing in the ESL classroom. My goal…

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Top 10 ESL Icebreakers

ESL-icebreakers

If you’re looking to get your semester started off on the right foot, then you’ll need to use a few of these ESL icebreakers. They’ll help the students get to know each other and you as well. By starting your classes off with some ESL icebreakers, you’re setting yourself up for a successful semester. Keep reading for the top 10 ESL icebreakers. You can see the detailed activity description by clicking the links! #1: Ball Toss If you’re looking for one of the most versatile ESL activities ever, look no further than this Ball Toss one. You can use it for…well…just…

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Conversation Starters for Adults

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If you’re looking for a quick warm-up or perhaps a more in-depth discussion, check out these 10 conversation starters for adults–perfect for your ESL speaking classes. If I won the lottery Have students describe what they would do or what they would buy if they won the lotto. I usually specify an amount of $1,000,000. Bucket List Students need to think of five things they want to do before they die. Guilty Pleasures Explain to the students what a guilty pleasure is–they likely won’t know. Then, it’s time for confession! Things You’ve Learned Lately Have students think of two or…

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