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Explain Yourself ESL Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate - 35 minutes In this group discussion activity, students practice giving opinions and asking embedded questions to gain more information.
When all the pairs have presented, the class agrees on and comes up with a list together. Controversial Statements ESL Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate - 40 minutes In this challenging worksheet activity, students give and justify opinions by arguing for or against a set of controversial statements.
This continues until both students have given an opinion for each card. In their groups, students discuss the results of the questionnaire and write statements summarizing their findings, e. Finally, students present their partner's opinions to the class and feedback is given.
Each group is given a set of controversial statements and each student is given a set of opinion cards. After that, the pairs join together to make groups of six. This process continues until all the cards have been used. My Opinion ESL Reading, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate - 50 minutes In this intriguing discussion activity, students give opinions on controversial statements and then try to persuade students with differing opinions to change their minds.
It's Debatable ESL Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate - 40 minutes In this lively teaching activity, students participate in a debate to help them practice expressions for giving opinions and disagreeing.
Two groups must choose the same topic, one arguing for and one arguing against. The other students then ask the player one follow-up question each to help them decide if the player is lying or telling the truth, e. When all the groups have presented, the findings are discussed as a class and the groups debate any differences of opinion.
If the students have opposing views, they have a brief debate on the issue. ESL Listening and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 35 minutes In this fun group activity, students play a guessing game where they give true or false opinions about famous people or things.
Afterwards, pairs present their list of items to the class. The opinion cards show how much a student agrees or disagrees with a statement, e.
Afterwards, the class votes for the winner of the debate.