Free Practice

Free practice activities are designed to give language learners the opportunity to use the target language spontaneously and creatively without strict guidance or control from the teacher. Unlike controlled practice, which focuses on specific language points and accuracy, free practice encourages fluency and the natural use of language in various contexts. Examples of free practice activities include open-ended discussions, role-plays, debates, storytelling, and collaborative projects. These activities help learners build confidence, develop communication skills, and apply what they have learned in real-life situations.