Conversation Questions - Examples :
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"There are lots of images and worksheets available for download.
Use these images to catch your student’s attention, spice up your lessons, illustrate your ideas and explain some great language points..."
"appropriate for beginners or false beginners" +
ex : "Do You Ever?"
- Target language : "Do you ever . . . ? / Sometimes/Rarely /
If I . . . I could/would"
English Conversation Questions & Speaking Activities
* There are currently 634 discussion topics to choose from.
* Use for ESL lessons, speaking practice, debate clubs, lesson add-ons,
* Students can form discussion groups for independent speaking practice.
* The speaking activities are on everyday themes and more controversial
* Each conversation lesson has ready-to-print Word and PDF downloads.
* There are 12,680 conversation questions here - That's a lot of discussion!
* 1,000 more lesson activities
"A work-scheme for Higher Intermediate & Advanced Level ESL
1. Alternative Beliefs 2. Animal Welfare 3. The Arts 4. Crime & Punishment
5. Cultural Differences 6. Economics 7. Education 8. Environment 9.
10. Food 11. Health 12. Holidays 13. Language Learning 14. Male &
Female Roles 15. Marriage 16. The Media 17. Political Systems 18.
19. Rich and Poor World 20. Science & Technology 21. Society 22. Sport
23. Traditions 24. Transport 25. Travel 26. Violence 27. Work
28. Youth & Old Age
- Practical Conversations for Language Learners
Bilinguals (45) Dialogues (70) Easy English (52) Real Conversations
(75) Stories (4)
Browse by Topic / Browse by Verb Tense
10 IDEAS FOR
CONVERSATION - JOHN AND SARAH'S TEFL PITSTOP
- Daily ESL : Conversation
Starters for English Students (dailyesl.com)
In the Community / At Home / Holidays or Special Events
/ On Vacation / At School / At Work / In Your Free Time /
Relationships and Family
Question Prompts (bogglesworldesl.com)
Sleep, Dreams, and Nightmares / Moods Feelings, and Emotions
/ Storms, Weather, and Natural Disasters /
Leisure, Sports, and Hobbies / Books, Movies, and the Media / School,
Study, and Homework / Mishaps and Mistakes /
Habits, Customs, and Traditions / City and Country / Winter / Summer
/ Clothes and Fashion...
English in Conversation - Listening (Focus
Eating / Emotions / Fashion / Friendship / Health / Housing / Life /
Memory / Money /
Romance / Shopping / Time / Traveling / Vacation / Weather / Work
for Discussion / 28 Topics to Discuss / Ten Discussion Techniques
1. Alternative Beliefs 2. Animal Welfare 3. The Arts 4. Crime &
Punishment 5. Cultural Differences 6. Economics
7. Education 8. Environment 9. Fashion 10. Food 11. Health 12. Holidays
13. Language Learning
14. Male & Female Roles 15. Marriage 16. The Media 17. Political
System 18. Religion
19. Rich and Poor World 20. Science & Technology 21. Society 22.
Sport 23. Traditions
24. Transport 25. Travel 26. Violence 27. Work 28. Youth & Old Age
One or two packs of playing cards and the questions sheet.
To get the student used to answering general questions at a level that
resembles normal speech.
To give the students conversational confidence."
- Big Town
- a game (mes-english.com)
It "is a small little town settled somewhere between here and there.
There are over 80 residents in Big Town and even some
that you would not likely expect.
The cards contain a picture and all sorts of information, name,
age, birthday, height, weight, number of family members nationality,
occupation, place of work, evening schedule, hobbies/interests, and
a few of their favorite things.
There are adults, children, aliens, warriors, princesses, and more,
all the ingredients for a very vibrant town."
Island - a game to practise 'there
is - there are' (mes-english.com)
"There are hidden dangers and we must be careful as we search
the island to find the lost treasure.
The game is played in pairs.
One students plays the pirate and hides the treasure.
The second student is the explorer and searches for the treasure."
- Tell me about...?
- Your Last Vacation
"This conversation-based worksheet is ideal for building fluency.
There is vocabulary / collocation practice, as well as a dialogue and
discussion questions." (handoutsonline)
TO EXPRESS YOUR THOUGHTS (englishonline.free) :
AGREEING - DISAGREEING - ASKING FOR INSTRUCTIONS OR FOR HELP - PROPOSING
- EXPRESSING A PERSONAL POINT OF VIEW
"This programme is all about expressions you can use when
you want to tell someone that you disagree with them
(you think what they are saying is wrong)."
- with the script
(listes d'expressions) :
agreeing and disagreeing - expressing capacity - insinuating - allowing...