Motivate your students to learn English with quick set-up, interactive activities from ESL Games for the Classroom.
Every moment of class time counts. To fill class time productively, ESL Games for the Classroom offers effective ESL games that engage students with little or no prep work.
Quick and easy to set-up, these interactive ESL activities are perfect to warm up a class, round out a lesson, or teach a particular grammar or vocabulary point. Clearly organized by skill and level, ESL Games for the Classroom is the go-to ESL teacher’s companion for adding educational games to the agenda.
Improve pronunciation, strengthen vocabulary, and make learning fun―ESL Games for the Classroom offers quick and easy solutions to play-based lessons with:
At the end of every class, leave your students excited to learn more in your next lesson with effective and entertaining activities from ESL Games for the Classroom.
"Michael DiGiacomo has put together a rich collection of easy-to-use activities that prompt communication among students at all levels. Teachers will appreciate how clearly each activity is laid out and how appropriately the balance shifts in favor of student talk over teacher talk. ESL Games for the Classroom will please both traditional and online teachers."―Jennifer Lebedev, EnglishwithJennifer.com
"Every teacher should get a copy of ESL Games for the Classroom. Students will thoroughly love these exercises that are well-crafted to work on a variety of language skills. Michael has done all the prep work for you so that all you have to do is set up the game and your students will learn while having fun."―Jonathan Huggins, Founder of the 30-Day Speaking Challenge
"ESL teachers rejoice! Never has there been a book so concise and helpful as ESL Games for the Classroom. No matter what level or curriculum you teach, add some of Michael's games and your students will be speaking instantly."―Vanessa, English teacher at SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com
MICHAEL DIGIACOMO has been teaching English to international students since 1994. He currently teaches private English lessons at his tutoring center―Happy English―in NYC, as well as hosting a podcast and a YouTube channel.