In most schools students learn English with their eyes: they read textbooks, memorise words and study grammar rules. Visually impaired students, however, are in a little bit different situation: they cannot learn English with their eyes, they have to rely on their other senses. This book allows teachers to take their students into the world of hearing, touch, smell and taste: they listen to the waves crashing against the shore and create their own poem about a seashell lying on the shore; they become famous storytellers and invent their own stories as they are touching objects in the paper bag; they smell butter, onion, lemon, chocolate candle and express their personal feelings; they touch saucepan, bowl, pot... and speak about their favourite recipes.... This book offers a wide variety of speaking activities which are based either on students'' own personal experience or on imaginative situations. It is intended for teachers of VIL, nevertheless, it may be easily used by all teachers who are not afraid of changing their traditional way of teaching, who want to take their students into the world of imagination and who want to make their lessons more creative, lively and exciting.