101 ESL Activities for Teenagers and Adults is a new book from Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Booker Smith that’s now available on Amazon. It’s designed to make life easy for teachers!
The key to a better English class is a variety of engaging, interesting and fun activities and games. But, it can be difficult to come up with fresh ones for each class, especially if you see the same group of students a couple of times a week over the course of a semester. However, with more than 100, you certainly won’t be at a loss for some new things to try out in your classes.
Here’s how 101 ESL Activities for Teenagers and Adults will help you:
On the fence about whether or not this book is right for you? Here are just a few of the reasons why you might consider picking it up:
Save time lesson planning
Maybe you’re tired of wading around the junk on the Internet to find some ESL games or activities that you can actually use in your classes. We were too! That’s why we wrote this book. Just open it up, go to the section you’re looking for (4-skills, listening + speaking, writing, reading, or warm-ups/icebreakers) and find quality ESL activities that are easy on the prep.
You’ll find a brief description of the activity so that you can get the big picture. Then you’ll find the step by step instructions for how to set up and do the activity in your class. Finally, there are some helpful teaching tips so that you can make the activity even better and also avoid some of the common things that can go wrong.
Your students will love them too and will definitely appreciate the variety in your classes. And, you can have more time to do the stuff you really like to do! No more wasting time lesson planning ever again. There are enough ESL games and activities to last you an entire year or more!
If you teach private classes, these activities will keep your students coming back for more! Fresh and interesting? That’s some ESL gold right there, isn’t it?
Stuck in a rut?
Do you do the same things over and over again in your classes? You’re probably so bored of them and I’m sure your students are too. Make things interesting and fresh with some new ESL games and activities. The students will love your classes (and you too!). No more sleeping at the back of your class for your students!
Make your lessons student-centred
The activities and games in 101 ESL Activities are all student-centred so you can put the focus back on your students. The only way to get good at a language is to practice it! Help your students learn English effectively by using an ESL activity in this book. We guarantee that they’ll be speaking, listening, writing, or reading English like stars!
Want to Check it Out?
Saving time lesson planning, getting unstuck out of your rut, making your lessons student-centred sound good to you? It sounds really good to us! Seriously, it is and if this book doesn’t make your ESL classes better, then get in touch and we’ll happily refund your money.
That’s why we wrote the book. It’s the one that we wish we had years ago when we first started our teaching careers. I wasted so much time searching around the Internet for a fun activity I could use in my class. Avoid this same mistake and get your copy today.
It’s really easy to get 101 ESL Activities: For Teenagers and Adults on Amazon by downloading the free Kindle reading app. This book belongs on every single ESL teacher’s personal bookshelf.
Keep a copy on the bookshelf in your office as a handy reference guide for when you plan your lessons. Or, you can take the book with you on your phone or tablet for easy lesson planning at your favourite coffee shop.
Click the link below to get the book on Amazon today. But, only if you want to get yourself some ESL lesson planning awesome in your life.
Just a Minute: One Activity from the Book
If you like to try before you buy, then you’ll need to check out this short video below. I explain how to set-up this speaking/warm-up activity with your students. Need more information? All the details about Just a Minute are also in the book!
Have your Say about these ESL Games and Activities
What are your thoughts about 101 ESL Activities by Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Booker Smith? Do you have a go-to activity or game that you like to use in your ESL or EFL classes? Leave a comment below and let us know.
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