- Maybe it’s in the Far East, some towering waterfall and one of those ancient stone bridges.
- Perhaps it’s a modern skyline, high buildings edging out the sun.
- Or it could be a quiet mountaintop or forest dell, the early morning dew glistening in the rising sun.
Whatever it is, I’m sure it’s in this 60-slide PowerPoint that I’m giving you for free.
Yep, this ESL picture PowerPoint is free because I don’t know where a lot of these images came from. Oh, I know they came from this Amazing Photos of the World Google+ community that I go to each week, but other than that…I haven’t a clue.
So to stay out of trouble and legal entanglements, I’m giving you this.
Here are a few slides to show you what I’m talking about:
Why not ask your students ‘what do you see?’ That can get all kinds of responses!
Try eliciting how many things of the same color or shape or starting with the same letter a group or team can name.
And don’t forget to try and guess the location and make it a game, like I do with my Where in the World ESL PowerPoints.
I didn’t write down the locations, and I don’t have all, but I did include this slide at the end so you can know a few, and maybe print out your own cheat sheet.