Question card board games
What's great about the games below is that they generate a lot of discussion of the grammar/vocabulary points, and result in a lot of peer teaching. The teacher just needs to be there to settle any disputes and resolve any problems.
These games will require you to cut up the question cards. Usually they work best for teams of two against two, which means for a class of 16 students you'd need four sets of questions. It is worth it though - you'll use the games again and again, and I'm always lending them out to other teachers too.
For each group of students you need a game board and a set of question cards.
Football game: Vocabulary Games and Activities for Teachers: Book 2 by Peter Watcyn-Jones has a football game board which works well with these question cards too (as well as lots of other lovely games, obviously).
- Intermediate grammar revision: 36 general grammar questions
- Advanced grammar revision: 36 general grammar questions
- Upper Intermediate dependent prepositions: 24 questions