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New Opportunities Elementary Resources

New Opportunities Elementary Resources

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NEW OPPORTUNITIES ELEMENTARY WEBSITE RESOURCESContents summaryMODULE WORKSHEET
1 FriendsGrammar game: ‘Guess the Student’ Students practise writing sentences using ‘can’, ‘can’t’,‘have got’, ‘haven’t got’ and a variety of verbs in the present simple affirmative and negative.Time: 30 minutes2 PersonalityGrammar game: ‘Question Wheel’ Students practise present simple ‘yes/no’ questions.Time: 20 minutes3 Around TownVocabulary game: ‘Dictrio’ An optional vocabulary game to revise known words and teach new words using the
 New Opportunities Elementary
Mini-Dictionary.Grammar game: ‘Guess the Place’Practises questions and short answers with
there is/there are.
Time: 30 minutes4 Going PlacesWriting: Punctuation Review An activity to revise all the punctuation students should know.Time: 15 minutes5 HistoryInternet project: ‘History makers’ An optional research project.Time: 20 minutes in class, plus homework or research timein school6 Telling StoriesSpeaking activity: Storytelling A group story-telling activity which encourages co-operative group work. Students also practise speaking to anaudience.Time: One class lessonGrammar activity: ‘Find out More’ Practises Past Simple statements, questions and shortanswers.Time: 10 minutes7 Healthy LivingVocabulary game: ‘Word Search’ Revises food vocabulary and spelling.Time: 15 minutesGrammar game: Matching Practises countable and uncountable nouns and determiners.Time: 10 – 15 minutes
 
 
8 SportVocabulary game: ‘Pictionary’ Revises sport vocabulary.Time: 5 – 15 minutesWriting and Speaking Grammar activity: Duties Practises modal verbs of obligation, permission, prohibition and exemption.Time: 15 minutes9 HolidaysGrammar and vocabulary game: ‘Spot the Difference’ Practises the present continuous tense and vocabulary fromModule 9.Time: 15 minutes10 CulturesInternet activity: ‘Superstitions’ Time: one homework or one class period in the schoollibraryGrammar game: Present Tense Pyramid  Revises the contrast between the Present Simple and thePresent Continuous.Time: 15 minutes11 ImageReading activity and grammar game:Supplementaryactivity which practises comparative adjectives.Time: One class lesson12 CelebritiesGrammar game: ‘Noughts and Crosses’ Oral grammar game to practise superlative forms of adjectives.Time: 20 minutes13 VolunteersSpeaking activity:Class presentation using a personal photo. Practises a variety of language.Time: 5 minutes per student over a series of class lessonsGrammar activity: ‘What are you going to do?’ Revises ‘be going to’ used for intentions.Time: 5 – 10 minutes14 ShoppingSpeaking activity: Board Game Students have to speak spontaneously and practise a widerange of grammar and vocabulary.Time: 30 minutes15 ComputersVocabulary game: ‘Calculator Talk’ Fun activity.Time: 15 minutesGrammar game: ‘Unique’ Practises the Present Perfect to talk about experiences.Time: 10 minutes16 SpaceReading comprehension: ‘Flying Saucers’ Time: 10 minutes in class plus homework 
 
 
MODULE 1
GUESS THE STUDENT 
DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME!Write sentences about yourself.
 
 A sentence using ‘can’ and ‘can’t’
 
 A sentence or two using ‘have got’ and ‘haven’t got’
 
Two sentences using present simple affirmative.
 
Two sentences using present simple negative.
Example
 I can play the guitar but I can’t sing very well. I’ve got a computer. I haven’t got a pet. I play hockey on Saturdays. I listen to classical music onmy walkman in bed. I don’t have a big breakfast. I don’t watch TV.
Use verbs from this list.
collect, dance, get up, go, have, like, listen to, love, make, play, read, speak, watch
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