ESL LESSONS with ANTH – Stop the Bus



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Here’s a lesson idea for foreign teachers. Stop the bus – This is a game for a lesson that can be used for late primary, middle school, secondary school or university. China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and many more foreign countries.

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13 thoughts on “ESL LESSONS with ANTH – Stop the Bus

  1. lol, when I was around 12-13 whenever we had a more lax geography lesson (like at the end of school year when we were already done with the curriculum for that semester or something like that), our geography teacher had us play it: in groups of two and with an atlas, we had categories like: country, city, sea, river, lake, mountain, mountain range. We didn't have a set timer, the round ended 20 seconds after the first group that had all the categories filled. And the group that won all the rounds got an A 😉 We also could get an A if we completed a round faster than the teacher because yes, he played as well, except without the atlas 😉 Oh such good memories! I learned more during those "lessons" than during the entire school year 😀

  2. lol, when I was around 12-13 whenever we had a more lax geography lesson (like at the end of school year when we were already done with the curriculum for that semester or something like that), our geography teacher had us play it: in groups of two and with an atlas, we had categories like: country, city, sea, river, lake, mountain, mountain range. We didn't have a set timer, the round ended 20 seconds after the first group that had all the categories filled. And the group that won all the rounds got an A 😉 We also could get an A if we completed a round faster than the teacher because yes, he played as well, except without the atlas 😉 Oh such good memories! I learned more during those "lessons" than during the entire school year 😀

  3. I was thinking if this activity can be applied on grammar as well! so what do you think?
    and if you have any creative ideas for grammar please inform it to me.
    Thank youuu

  4. Thank you for sharing this listen idea. I really liked your explanation! I am gonna use it in my classes, since I am a beginner teacher and I like creative ideas.

  5. Hello , I am from India . I wanted to know – whether a graduation degree and a TEFL/TESOL certification would be enough to get a teaching job in China? Also how easy/ difficult is it to get a teaching job for a person from a non native English speaking country ?

  6. Thanks for sharing this lesson idea. Stop the bus is a great idea for teaching young learners or young adults in class and I have used it many times before in the past.

  7. Hey!
    I'm planning on moving to China to teach English, but have so many questions which I can't find online.
    Do you an email address I could ask you these questions on?

  8. Hello from Turkey. I teach English to high schoolers and they easily get bored of activities so only good and original ones work out. Thanks for the idea. I will use it. Can you name us any reference books that could be online or hard copy?
    All the best

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