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English Club

Name of the group: English Club          Teacher: Miss Regina

 

Description: 

To enable students to love the English language and to try to develop a level of mastery or fluency that enables them to be proactive in their speaking of the language to both native and second-language speakers. Using various fun and engaging activities will enable students to be continuously exposed and speak in English. Instilling English quality education by fostering an English environment where everyone can grow. 

 

Activities: 

  • Who’s Telling the Truth? (2 truths & 1 lie)

Have each student write three facts about themselves that nobody in the class knows on a piece of paper. Make sure each student includes their name on the top of the page. Collect the sheets of paper and bring three students to the front of the room. Read aloud one of the facts that are true for one of these three students.
Allow students to ask questions about each statement and then guess which one is the truth. 
All three claim that the fact is theirs, and the class then proceeds to question them in an attempt to determine who is telling the truth and who is lying. Each student is allowed to ask one question to one of the three students. After a round of questioning, the students guess who is telling the truth.  
Bring the whole class back together and have students announce one new thing they learned about another student as a recap.

 

  • Word Jumble Race

A great game to encourage teamwork and bring a sense of competition to the classroom. No matter how old we are, we all love a good competition and this game works wonders with all age groups. It is perfect for practicing tenses, word order, reading & writing skills, and grammar.

Write out a number of sentences, using different colors for each sentence. I suggest having 3-5 sentences for each team. Cut up the sentences so you have a handful of words. Put each sentence into hats, cups, or any objects you can find, keeping each separate. Split your class into teams of 2, 3, or 4. You can have as many teams as you want but remember to have enough sentences to go around. Teams must now put their sentences in the correct order. The winning team is the first team to have all sentences correctly ordered.

  • Hot Seat

Hot Seat allows students to build their vocabulary and encourages competition in the classroom. They are also able to practice their speaking and listening skills and it can be used for any level of the learner.

Split the class into 2 teams, or more if you have a large class. Elect one person from each team to sit in the Hot Seat, facing the classroom with the board behind them. Write a word on the board. One of the team members of the student in the hot seat must help the student guess the word by describing it. They have a limited amount of time and cannot say, spell or draw the word. Continue until each team member has described a word to the student in the Hot Seat.

 

  • Poster presentation (2-5 minutes)

Making a poster is one of the best exercises in presentation projects. Each individual has to choose a current controversial issue (like climate change/environmental pollution, fast fashion, food waste, gender inequality etc) and make an A3 poster that has English writing and some interesting pictures on it. A set of 150-200 words maximum for P3 students.
 

  • Debate (beginner level)

Give each student a piece of paper with “agree” written on one side and “disagree” on the other side. Read aloud a controversial statement, and have each student hold up their paper showing the agree or disagree side depending on their opinion. Choose one student from each side to explain their position and participate in a short debate.

 

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