ESL Classroom Games – Future Tense – Telepathy Game

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This ESL game is great to practice the future tense. In this activity students see two future tense sentences and must use ‘TELEPATHY’ to read the teacher’s mind and guess the answer. It’s a lot of fun!

HOW TO PLAY: There are ten rounds. For each round, students will see two possible answers. Students must guess which one is the answer. Pause the video when you see the pause sign to give students time to write down their answer. Once students have written their answer, press play and the answer will be revealed. If the students guessed correctly, then they get a point.

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  1. Did your students enjoy this activity? Subscribe for more 'Ready to Use' ESL games, and visit www.Games4esl.com for more FREE ESL materials and activities. Check out our other READY TO USE esl activities here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIyo-hnkfSvWwq8qzryI1y1jAUytXgRqk

  2. I think it is a lot of fun and still enjoyable even though I play it 3 times.💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

  3. It's a lovely presentation. However, I feel my students would get confused. There would have to be some sort of explanation as to the difference between going to, will and the present CONTINUOUS especially as some of the answers you've chosen wouldn't use WILL. Nevertheless, the idea is brilliant. Perhaps it could be used to decide which word for the 'future' should be used. Thank you for sharing!

  4. mind-bogglingly good Video Activities for teens. I appreciate you keep on uploading them to improve my lessons. Thanks a million!

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