39 ESL Icebreakers: For Teenagers and Adults
Maybe you’re kind of like me and always dread the beginning of the new semester. Sure, it’s fun getting to know your students, but it’s often just so awkward when the students don’t know each other, or you. This is especially true in a place like Korea where students are often naturally shy and reluctant to speak to people that they don’t know. Help out your students (as well as yourself!) by using some ESL icebreakers that will help everyone get to know each other on a more personal level.
Some of the games and activities are designed to get the students talking to each other, and making some personal connections. If you use these kinds of things in the first few classes, you’ll find that the rest of your semester goes much more smoothly as students will feel like your class is a community of sorts.
Some of the activities are cooperative, team-based ones where the students have to work together to complete a task. This will help them feel like they’re part of the group and that they have something to contribute to your class. Plus, they’re just really fun!
Either way, I know you want to start your semester off on the right foot and now it’s easier than ever to do that with these ESL icebreakers for Teenagers and Adults.
Tired of Wasting Time?
Maybe you’re similar to me in that you know you should start with ESL icebreakers at the beginning of the semester to help your students out. So you go to Google and search for something like “ESL Icebreakers” or “Icebreakers for ESL Adults” and you come up with pages and pages of stuff. You click on a few but find that most of it is junk. Before you know it, you’ve wasted an hour (or longer!) and have nothing you can actually use in your classes.
Get 39 ESL Icebreakers: For Teenagers and Adults Today
I know you’re tired of wasting time. That’s why I wrote a book that will save you a ton of time when you’re planning your lessons. There are more than three dozen interesting, engaging and awesome ESL icebreaker activities and games. It’s lesson planning made easy because you can actually use all of them in your classes.
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