20 Questions ESL Speaking Game | 20 Questions ESL Students

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I’m sure you’ve played the game “20 questions” before. It’s basically where someone thinks of a secret noun (person, place or thing) and the other team or person gets to ask up to 20 questions to figure out what it is. It’s a fun way to get ESL/EFL students practicing questions and working on some basic vocabulary. For kids, I often narrow down the choices for them and sometimes will allow fewer questions. Perhaps 10 questions instead of 20. Some topic examples include: animals, jobs or sports. It just depends on whatever you’re studying in class that day. Here’s how…

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Shootout Game at the ESL Corral | ESL Speaking Game Kids

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Skills: Listening/ Speaking Time: 10-20 minutes Level: Beginner Materials Required: Nothing How the Shootout Game Works This is an ESL listening and speaking game for kids that works for classes from 10-30. Divide the class into groups of two. You can do this on 2 sides of the class, at their desks standing up or get the students to make a line at the front of the class. The first 2 students play rock/scissor/paper. The loser has to answer a question about what you’ve been studying within 5 seconds. If correct, they go to the back of their line, or…

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