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Dilmara Furlan de Faria
It's a simple little game of cards but ver y fun and helpful. .
Aim: Review and practice Past Tense of the irregular verbs .
Instructions: Choose some irregular verbs and write their three forms on three cards. . Make one set for each student.
That is. . if there are 20 students in the class you will have to prepare 20 sets. Prepare one more card to be the “sleeper”.
hand-out or power point) . (blackboard. Review the verbs with the students.
Tell the students how to play .
one of whom will be with 4 letters and will start the game. The cards will be shuffled and dealt among the players. .
and will discard it for the player to his/her left/right. . The player will choose one of his/her cards. The game will go on with a player passing a letter to the next player.
. Who receives the “sleeper” must stay with it for a round and must spend another card.
or get three cards with the three forms of the verb in hand. discreetly. must lay down them. with th e faces/words down. . When a player form a set.
. The latest to download your cards will be the "sleeper". When another player realizes that must to do the same.
. also. The goal of the game is form a set and. is not be the last to lower the cards.
. It is important stares at the hand of opponents! If someone lower the cards. so as not to be the "sleeper". the other players should do the same.
. After say to the students how to play ask them to put their desks in a circle.
Decide with them which way the turns will be going (clockwise or counterclockwise) .
Shuffle the cards well and deal out. Begin the game! .