Picture-Based Language Teaching Exercises and Worksheets
- Pictures provoke the imagination.
- Pictures are fun.
- Pictures are a universal language. They can convey meanings instantly.
- Pictures can make difficult topics more accessible.
- Pictures can be used to aid almost any ESL teaching exercise including vocabulary exercises, brainstorming exercises, dialogues, role plays, story-telling, and cultural lessons.
- Pictures encourage discussions as individuals interpret images in different ways.
- These days, with image libraries, it is quite easy to find a picture or image to suit almost any word or situation.
10 environmental issues and vocabulary exercises (PDF)
10 food, cooking and restaurant language exercises (PDF)
10 adjectives worksheets and lessons with pictures
8 business English speaking skills worksheets (PDF)
Picture dialogue-booking a room at a hotel (PDF)
4 picture-based worksheets for teaching the present continuous tense (PDF)
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What are they doing? (classroom scene ) (PDF)
Writing & asking questions about pictures worksheets (PDF)
Speaking tests using picture of people in office and questions (PDF)
Which picture is it about? Writing sentences
Pic/sentence prediction for present continuous
Picture stories for “Money Talks” topics (PDF)
Adapting a picture story
Talking numbers, dates, amounts etc worksheet with pictures (PDF)
Household vocabulary: label the picture (PDF)
ESL exercises (with pictures) for describing houses using language for household objects, adjectives, problems, pests & complaints (PDF)
“Find the hazards” in the workplace pics (PDFs)
Great office equipment vocab pictures and matching exercise p69 70 (PDF)
Sequencing recycling lesson using scrambled pictures (PDF)
A short guide to picture teaching ideas (PDF)
Household Furniture Crossword Puzzle (with pictures) (PDF)
Partial Pictures teaching idea
Lesson Plan- Describing Picture Scenes
Picture Sentence Teacher Worksheets: elementary
Cartoon analysis worksheet (PDF)
Pic Tac Toe A fun visual-linguistic lesson plan for presenting,reviewing and comparing verb tenses
Einstein/ Monroe illusion (PDF)