20 questions is a fun icebreaker to use on your first day. It can also be used as a warm-up activity. This was a fun group of students to teach. You can see that they were enjoying themselves too.

This can be used as a warm up activity for teaching ESL or as an icebreaker. It's fun as it gets students up, talking and moving about the classroom.

Instructions

To do this create a list of questions like:

  • Who has been to France?
  • Who likes chicken?
  • Who's favorite color is green?
  • Who likes apples, but not oranges?
  • Who is learning Japanese?
  • Who doesn't like to play computer games?
  • Have students stand and circulate around the room and ask each other the questions
  • Have them write the students name down when they answer yes to the question

About the video

This video was filmed in Korea in a hagwon. I'd guess that these girls are 14 or 15 years old.

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