Classroom Games For Teaching English
Word Race Game
In this game, first the students are divided into groups. The more groups, the more enjoyable this game will be. One subject is selected. For example, a topic covered in previous courses may also be selected. Each group should write as many words as possible about the topic.
Who am I Game
In this game, one of the students chooses a different person and tells the chosen student with 4 or 5 sentences to write on the board. The other students try to guess who the chosen person is. This game is perfect for grammar, sentence structures and vocabulary as well as dialogue development.
Two Real Lies Game
In fact, the content of the game can be guessed from the name. One of the students constructs three different sentences and tells the three sentences as if they were true. However, not all of these sentences are true. The other students will try to guess which of these three sentences is a lie.
The order will be passed to the correct guessing student. This game also helps to overcome situations such as embarrassment, shyness and tension in a new group of students and quickly fuses students together.
Merge Initials Game
The first class for this game is divided into several groups. These groups choose speakers for themselves. Group speakers describe the words starting with the letters of the word given to them by the teacher with their gestures. Students try to find the word by combining the first letters of the words told by their fellow speakers within the specified time period.
If the word is known to the group within the specified time, another word is presented to the other group. If students do not know, then the other group is given the right to guess.