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I think it is not only useful wormer but it is also fun.
I use it to practice question and negative forms of Present Simple. For Russian speaking students it is difficult to get used to using auxiliary verbs.
"This may be a little too general, but could easily incorporate whatever language forms you are teaching. I saw this in Judie Hayne's presentation at TESOL (though it's fairly basic and I'm sure has been used in other forms…"
"Soju and Samgyupsal followed by a trip to a singing room,or Traditional Korean pancakes with Mokoli after a brisk mountain hike. You should always fight to pay the bill too. This will give your students the feeling jung( Harmony fellowship)"
I think it would be a good idea to get a list of solid warmer activities on here that can be used with various forms of language. I have got three or four to start with now and would like to hear more. I think it would be better not to post ones that are too "topic-specific" or "language-point specific". Versatile activities would be more useful. Here is my first contribution: Dictogloss. Prepare a paragraph (60-70 words) based around whatever language point you may be using on that day (or…See More
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One staple of mine, that I always did was put on carols. (you can use our Christmas karaoke).
Then, we'd make X-mas cards using these templates. It could be for classmates or for family. Decorate the cards and write a…"
I'm sure there are some sites but I'm not really into "celebrity" following etc..... What I usually do is use google image and just save the photos.
I have a good ppt with plenty of celebrities about their jobs, I'll dig it up. Also see these two handouts. Students think of a celeb on the page and then describe -- the others in the group have to guess who they are speaking about. Cross it out when guessed and continue until all are crossed out.....
Also, just go to any gossip site and on any picture/photo, right click and hit "save picture as". Then you have it on your computer....