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ESL forum > Teaching material > SCHEDULED FOR MORE THAN MY SHARE OF BEGINNER CLASSES & READY TO SCREAM!!     

SCHEDULED FOR MORE THAN MY SHARE OF BEGINNER CLASSES & READY TO SCREAM!!



ldeloresmoore
China

SCHEDULED FOR MORE THAN MY SHARE OF BEGINNER CLASSES & READY TO SCREAM!!
 
I know this is a long shot, but I īm going to try. 
 
I īve been scheduled for more than my share of beginner classes this week -- and I have another group class of low to mid beginners tonight. I īm about ready to lay in the floor and cry.
 
I have class in 5 hours.  Does anybody have any kind of go-to suggestion for some game or ANYTHING?  My bag of tricks is empty. I īm scouring ESLP looking for stuff, but I have other classes to prep, and I could really use a little help.
 
Anything anybody wants to throw in my direction will be gladly accepted.
 
Cheers --
 
Dee 

26 Jul 2016      



redcamarocruiser
United States

I sent you a PM.


26 Jul 2016     



redcamarocruiser
United States

http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=877770&random=true#thetop  You can download this clown face flashcard and reproduce it several times (one for each team).  Students line up in teams opposite the board, where you have posted the blank clown faces. They roll a die and run to the board to paste in the correct  face part on the clown face.  1= eye, 2 = nose 3 = mouth 4= eye brow 5 = free choice 6 = free choice.  The first team to complete the clown face is the winner. (You can have the students  help you cut out the  face parts in class to prepare for the game. You can also have them make bowties and hats for the numbers 5 and 6, if you have time).

26 Jul 2016     



redcamarocruiser
United States

http://www.eslprintables.com/powerpoint.asp?id=79279#thetop is 50 ideas by Lynne. I hope Lynne doesn īt mind me posting her link because it is an emergency and time sensitive.

26 Jul 2016     



Mariethe House
France

maybe this helps:
 
 
 
 http://busyteacher.org/14765-5-easy-listening-games-esl-beginners.html

26 Jul 2016     



kohai
Latvia

If you have a projector in the classroom, without any preparation you can use my Memory Games with beginners (Wild Animals, Farm AnimalsVegetables, FruitColours, NumbersSchool Supplies, School SubjectsToys, Shapes). Instructions are included. Only one thing should be pre-teached - it is an alphabet.You click on a letter to reveal the picture hidden underneath. Click again to hide the picture. The games are great for introducing or reviewing vocab. Itīs a great way to get the whole class involved in learning and makes a lot of fun.
 
Tip: If a student/team opens a picture and can īt name it, the teacher (with the help of other st-s, if possible) says/teaches the word and all st-s try to remember it because they will need it for the game again later. The teacher hide the pic and the next student/team continues the game.

26 Jul 2016     



ldeloresmoore
China

Thanks guys!!!! You are a real life saver. Much love to all......

26 Jul 2016     



12bprecise
Mexico

I know this is too late for yesterday īs classes, but you could try Super Simple songs, such as "Yes, I can," or a rhyme, such as "Five Little Monkeys" or "Who Took the Cookie." Even older students remember songs and rhymes more than anything else at the end of the year, and they help with pronunciation (the rhythm of English).
http://www.indiaparenting.com/rhymes-and-songs/english-rhymes/index.html
http://www.songsforteaching.com/campfiresongs/
 
 

27 Jul 2016