How to Use Dice on the Lessons of English

1. Use dice to encourage students to choose the activities to practice.

2. Use dice to choose the groups/pairs for students' speaking practice.

3. Use dice in conjunction with book exercises.

4. Use dice to learn verb tenses, irregular verbs, word buidling suffixes, prefixes and words with them (noun, adjectives, verbs, adverbs), antonyms, synonyms, collocations, idioms, phrasal verbs, linking words, set expressions, proverbs, famous people quotations, etc.

5. Use dice for Grammar Board Games.

6. Use dice to choose the level of difficulty in games.

7. Use dice to assign bonus points.

8. Use dice to decide who goes first in presentations.

9. Use dice to encourage students to create sentences.

10. Use dice to encourage students to find out how many more questions they should answer to leave the class.

What kind of other ideas with DICE do you know?
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  1. BigPigOnaDig 14 april 2020, 12:48 0
    • Kahoot wrap up quiz.
    • Snowball fight.
    • Cliffhanger.
    1. TeddyBeer 14 april 2020, 12:05 0
      Synonymous Stories — another way to revise vocabulary and have fun!Write a story with your student. Replace as many words as you can with synonyms. Use synonymic chunks and constructions.Ask the student to retell the story using synonyms. Use DICE to see how many words the student should replace.
      1. OlgaHelga 04 april 2020, 21:56 +4
        There are many interesting games for boosting Grammar and Vocabulary: Matching Game, Scavenger Hunt, Bingo, Radom Picker, Hangman, Snowball, Word Snake, Associations.
        1. OlgaHelga 16 march 2020, 06:00 +4
          Please check the best book for ESL/EFL Teachers: 700 Classroom Activities by David Seymour & Maria Popova.