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Ice breakers, knowing each other and five minutes activities for interaction.

There is nothing most intimidating for teachers that coping with a large group of children who you don't know at the begining of school year. And this can be very scary for the children, too!

Getting students to feel at ease in a new classroom usually takes a bit of time and work. English language teachers are always looking for "good communicative ice breakers" that breaks this initial "ice", between us and the children.

We need ice breakers to reduce tension in a particular group, to help children to get to know know each other's names (and you to get to know them, too), to involve them into oral language production, to facilitate conversations between individuals, to allow interaction in the groupand to encourage friendships.

I have listed below some good ice-breaker activities and games web sites, and other materials I use with my students. 

Explore them by yourself at "Cockroaches and Ladybugs blog"

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Tags: ACTIVITY, CURRICULUM, DIFFERENTIATED, ESL, GAMES, ICEBREAKERS, INSTRUCTION, METHODOLOGY, PRIMARY, RESOURCES, More…SPEAKING, TEACHER, VOCABULARY

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