Monday, January 9, 2017

The 'Wright' Game for an ESL Class

Sometimes you need to add a little fun to your class. Most lessons are boring so if you can liven them up from time to time, it will put your students in a happy, learning frame of mind. I like to throw in a game every now and then and you can do it. I suggest Fridays to give your class something to look forward to. Adding a small gift such as a pen, notebook or book adds extra incentive to listen and try to win.

English has many words that are spelled the same but have different meanings. Two of those words are RIGHT and LEFT. One of my favourite games is The Wright Game. This teaches students to listen for the words RIGHT and LEFT. I published an article a number of years ago on and it continues to receive a lot of comments and attention from teachers. 

To read the full game details, go to:

Look over some of my other ESL articles while you are there. You may find some additional material you can use in your class.


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