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It is important to keep things light on the first day and focus on communication.On top of that, icebreakers allow the teacher to initially assess their students’ strengths and weaknesses and do a little bit of language analysis, something which is very important to tailor the course to students’ needs.
As a student, I used to hate it when the teachers asked me to tell the group something about myself. They should work in pairs asking and answering questions about each other’s clouds. Here is what my sentences usually look like: They all look pretty plausible, don’t they?
In each of the smaller clouds (the best number is 4-6) write a word that somehow describes you: your favourite food, colour, the place where you are from etc. This game is an absolute ESL classic and I find it particularly useful as an icebreaker. FIND SOMEONE WHO All this icebreaker requires is some imagination, a pen, and some paper. I usually make it a competition, with pairs or groups of students writing down 2 questions for each sentence and grilling me.
Don’t make it too easy for the students to figure out what each word stand for. It creates a reason for students to ask their classmates questions they probably would not have under different circumstances, it helps them learn each other’s names and maximizes student talking time. It is then up to them to decide in which case I was lying.
This icebreaker works a little bit like a speed-dating session, requires very little preparation from the teacher and ensures a lot of one-to-one talking time for each student.
It might be adapted for each level and group size, although it usually works best with bigger groups (at least 6 students).Although it is more motivating for students, you run the risk of not everybody coming up with suitable questions (and in the case of teenage groups you almost ALWAYS end up with at least one dirty question ).