ESL TEACHING GAME #1 – HEART, GUN, BOMB VERSION 2.0
First you need to know how to play the original ESL TEACHING GAME titled Gun, Heart, Bomb.If you know how to play it already... just scroll down past the next paragraph. If you don't know how to play it; I will quickly explain how to now.To play this ESL teaching games you will:... need to draw a big grid on the blackboard. On the top of the grid you will need to write the letters A -J. Have the A in the first box on the far left. Have the letter B in the box to the right of the A. Then theC, and so on.You will need to write the numbers 1 - 10 in the far left boxes. Have the number one in the top box.Write the number 2 in the box below. The number 3 under the 2 and so on. Now you should have a large grid on the blackboard. Your ESL students should easily be able to pick a box: A - 6, F - 2, 7 - G, etc.During your preparation time you should decide which ESL teaching games you will play. If youdecide to play this esl game... then you will need to draw this same grid on a piece of paper.On your grid you will have to fill in all of the boxes. These are the items that you can put into each box.Gun, Heart, Bomb - Original Version Items:A gun means that you can shoot an opposing team members hit point.A heart means that you can give one extra hit point to one of your teammates.A bomb will explode and blow up whoever picked that box and minus one of their hit points.Gun, Heart, Bomb - Version 2.0 Items:The gun, the heart and the bomb are items that your students can find in this version of the esl game.Also included in this esl conversation / speaking game are:A tank - A tank can shoot one person on the other team 3 times.A helicopter - A helicopter can shoot three other people one time.A flame thrower - A flame thrower can shoot two people two times.And of course, use your creativity to make up even new items.When you start the game you will need to divide the class into equal teams. Give every student an equalamount of hit points.And because this is an ESL game to be played during your English class... you will need to practiceEnglish before and during the game.