Teachers can play “Invisible question” in the classroom or try it as an ESL game online. Here we are going to explain both ways for which there is no need preparation. This ESL game only requires to come up with some questions at the spot. This is one of those games which teachers can play in the beginning as a warmer as well.
For in-class ESL lessons, choose one or more students to leave the classroom for a while. With the help of other students write one question on the board and have everybody memorize it. Then together answer the question.
now let the the outside students to come in. Have them to interrogate in order to find out what the question is. Other students can let them know how many words in their question are right
Invisible Question ESL game is way simpler for online classes. Teachers think of a question and send it privately to each student (if the software has this option) or ask one student to leave the online class then join again. For one-on-one classes, you do not need to do any of these. First right your answer on the board and let the other student guess the question. Now like the in-class version, ESL students guess the question and others or teacher tell the student how many words in the question are right.
this game is quite fun for students older than 5 years old. Let us know how it went if you tried the game with kids younger than 5 years old in the comment below.
The good thing about this ESL game is that it suits any class size from one-on-one to crowded classrooms.
To see more games please have a look at the page ESL Games. We would love to hear your feedback on Invisible Question so leave us a comment. Be safe!