Below are over thirty questions and activities to get your ESL students talking, reading and writing about dating.
Although ESL students tend to absolutely love just sitting around talking with a group about romance and dating, there are plenty more fun activities you can do that involve reading writing, playing games, listening to music and watching videos as well as having conversation.
For example, if a class starts during the week of the standard session start date and ends during the week of the standard session end date, use that standard session. Schedulers will attach the dynamic dating rule to the class so the appropriate add, drop, withdraw, etc.
The students love it, which makes it a lot of fun to teach, and while they’re talking about romance and fun nights out on the town, they’re also learning and reinforcing all kinds of grammatical structures, vocabulary and idioms. If you’re an ESL teacher looking for fun activities for talking about dating, look no further.
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Christakis thinks the future might hold more courses like these, both for credit and not.
Due to this fluidity of begin date, end date, and length of the class, a standard setup of deadlines, e.g.