Here are some cards that you can use in class if you’re teaching/revising personality adjectives. They’re great for role-plays, miming or any other vocabulary games that you might want to use.
I’d love to hear some of your ideas on how to use these.
(Liking and sharing would really help: ).
I was inspired in coming up with this activity by a lesson in Face2Face Upper-Intermediate (p. 84) on introductory phrases that emphasize what we are going to say next.
After you have taught and practised the phrases (you will find them on the third page of the handout below), cut the squares from the first page (or the second if you print them in color), shuffle them and have the student pick one randomly and write or say something that incorporates the word on the card and one of the introductory phrases. Then you can actually turn this into a conversation by asking follow-up questions about the situation mentioned by the student.
Let me know how it goes.
Happy learning!: )
Download the materials by clicking here: Introductory Phrases for emphasis.
This is a blog for all those who study English and English teaching. I will be posting useful links and articles about the EFL world together with handouts of my own making: ). As a matter of fact, here’s one to help us start a conversation.
This is a handout with conversation cards that you can print, cut out and use to start or end a lesson. Download it for free here in .pdf format: Conversation Cards, or here.
Stay tuned for more and… happy learning!:)