February 15

Engaging Exam Exercises

Here are the slides from the talk I gave at the FECEI annual conference, held in Madrid last weekend. If there are any questions about any of the activities, leave a message in the comments below or feel free to email me.

Engaging Exam Exercises from verybouncyperson
***UPDATED***
Thanks to the wonderful Sandy Millin for reminding me that I was going to post links to the activities from the slides:
Spot the difference
Ask the Experts
Phrasal Verb Jeopardy
Dice Games – these can be downloaded from my Activities page
Word formation 4-in-a-row
You can find an explanation of SPRE in this blogpost聽 and there’s a bit about using guided visualisations in this blogpost. The idea of the final activity was to helo learners with creative writing – by doing a guided visualisation and using the SPRE format for story-writing, we can help our learners become more effective writers, especially when they’re trying to do so in the pressure of an exam

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Posted February 15, 2018 by Teresa Bestwick in category Professional Development

4 thoughts on “Engaging Exam Exercises

  1. Diana Guralev

    Teresa, hi. My name is Diana – I attended your lecture in Madrid. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge – it was so needed! I took notes of all the activities you suggested and I am starting to implement them as we speak.

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    1. Teresa Bestwick (Post author)

      Hi Diana,
      Thanks for taking the time to comment. It’s great to hear that you found the session useful and I hope your learners are enjoying the activities too!
      Teresa 馃檪

      Reply
  2. Sandy Millin

    Hi Teresa,
    It looks like there is a great set of activities here, but I can’t always work out what they are! Are you going to share any of them on your blog separately (or have you already?)? Thanks!
    Sandy

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    1. Teresa Bestwick (Post author)

      Thanks so much for reminding me that I was going to put the actual links to the activities in the post! My new favourite activity is definitely Spot the difference – minimal prep and maximum talking time!

      Reply

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