Current affairs vocabulary games/ worksheets

News vocabulary and topic PDFs and teaching ideas. If you like anything here and want more, please support TEFLtastic.

Updated 3 July 2022

Teaching news vocabulary articles

Teaching headlines language – LINK UPDATED

Making current affairs lessons less temporary

List of useful headlines language

near the end of this article – LINK UPDATED

Photocopiable news vocabulary classroom activities

Opinions on current affairs vocabulary (with news and media collocations)

IELTS Writing Part Two on television, news and current affairs

Strong and weak opinions on the news and media

Talking about a news story extended speaking

Weekends and the news extended speaking bluff

Opinions on the news and media (with opinions phrases)

Small talk on the news

Opinions on current affairs and media (with current affairs and media vocabulary)

News and media countable and uncountable

News opinions and vocabulary

Types of news Needs analysis and sharing experiences bluffing game

Headlines vocabulary sharing personal experiences bluffing game

Headlines vocabulary guess the story and Version 2

Headlines vocabulary extended speaking and test each other

Headlines vocabulary Strong and weak opinions

Test each other on headlines vocabulary (practice of classroom questions)

Ranking current affairs topics pairwork (for clarifying phrases)

US and UK politics vocabulary and speaking

Words often used in headlines webquest

Newspaper headlines vocabulary and discussion

Near Miss newspaper headlines

IELTS Speaking on media

Media vocabulary list dictation

Adjectives and media vocabulary personalisation game

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