Writing might seem like a daunting task for ESL students. But writing activities can totally spice up your classroom and teach your students to express themselves in new ways. Writing encourages creativity and imagination in your students.. There are plenty of writing activities out there in the ESL galaxy for you to choose from and adapt if you wish.
This section of the ESL site contains many exercises for learners to practice the various aspects of written English, including spelling and punctuation. There are a number of texts to correct or complete, and suggestions on how to improve all the writing skills.
Activities, worksheet and lessons that teach ESL students to learn English writing, speaking, listening, conversation and vocabulary.
Argumentative Writing Worksheets In these writing practice worksheets, students practice writing and reading in these exercises. Each worksheet asks students to perform a persuasive writing exercise according to examples and instructions. Example answers are provided for students to read. Intermediate Argumentative - Cat, Star, or Book?
In this lesson, you will learn about some useful writing activities for ESL adult learners, including those at the beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
ESL Exercises The exercises in this category cover a wide range of topics, but have been designed for second language writers of a variety of proficiency levels. Please use the navigation bar on the left or the links below to access the individual exercises.
Teaching adult, non-native speakers how to write English requires two things. One, an awareness of how hard it is to learn English writing from a low starting point. Two, core activities that support skills development and build confidence. In that regard, here are 4 writing activities that work wel
Writing exercises for ESL Learners. This section of the ESL site contains many exercises for beginning learners to practice various types of writing or writing task.
Here are ten of the best creative writing exercises to inspire you to start (and finish) that book. 1. 7x7x7 Find the 7th book from your bookshelf (or digital library). Open it up to page 7. Look at the 7th sentence on the page. Begin a paragraph that begins with that sentence and limit the length to 7 lines. Repeat.
Free online writing practice tasks and lessons for English language students and young learners. Resources include gap fill and close exercises, listening with writing quizzes, printable writing worksheets, and free ELT teaching materials for ESOL teachers and other English language professionals.