Speaking Activites for Advanced ESL Students

Off2Class has expanded our Speaking Activities designed for Advanced ESL Students…

We are proud to announce the release of 14 news Speaking activities at the Intermediate, Upper Intermediate and Advanced levels. This latest release expands our offering for your more advanced ESL students. The Speaking Activities are designed for live, teacher-led conversation classes and each one comes loaded with an adjoining set of homework that can be assigned to students as a relevant, follow-on self-study activity. Here is a summary of what you can find in our latest release:

For Intermediate ESL Students

We now have a total of 8 speaking activities designed for intermediate ESL students. Our intermediate level series now includes speaking activities based on Books and Reading, Cinema, Facebook and Social Media and Attending a Wedding:

For Upper-Intermediate ESL Students

We now have a total of 9 speaking activities designed for upper-intermediate ESL students. Our upper-intermediate level series now includes speaking activities based on Celebrities and Fame, War and Conflict, Fears and Phobias and Facial Expressions:

For Advanced ESL Students

We now have a total of 7 speaking activities designed for advanced ESL students. Our advanced level series now includes speaking activities based on Immigration, Diet and Nutrition and Urban Social Issues:
It can be difficult to find good speaking lesson plans for more advanced ESL students…
Our Speaking Activities lesson plans are image-heavy, communicative resources that are designed for teachers to get their ESL students speaking. Each lesson can be adapted by the teacher depending on the needs of their students or class. In addition, each lesson comes with a set of self-study homework that the teacher can send to students at the end of class. The homework activities cover the use of the key vocabulary and provide an opportunity for your students to write.

We hope you enjoy using our Speaking Activities with your more advanced ESL students. If you have a topic that you’d like to see covered please let us know in the comments. We may be able to incorporate your topic into our next release!


  • Gayleen says:

    June 7, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    I agree about controversy as a stimulus to speaking.
    I scour the newspapers every day for topical issues to stimulate discussion, so ready made activities will be a welcome addition.

    • Kris Jagasia says:

      June 7, 2016 at 3:09 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Gayleen! Controversy is great! Our team is looking to add more to our speaking activities series, any subjects you’d suggest that have worked for you lately?

  • Angie says:

    September 3, 2016 at 3:49 am

    What about topics for small talk or vocabulary or expressions for negotiations? Expressions for agreeing and disagreeing. Phrasal verbs for polite English. Polite English expressions for business English.

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