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A1 horse A2 window A3 elephant A4 England A5 teacher A6 London A7 river A8 book A9 Margaret Thatcher A10 karate
B1 car B2 Big Ben B3 cup B4 floor B5 kangaroo B6 lemon B7 Russia B8 ice cream B9 Micky Mouse B10 bath
Use between 5-10 words from the list and describe them in the best possible way for me to guess
Kim's game (longer & longer lists) see Rudyard Kipling for origin of game
In my [pocket] [shopping bag] [house] [garden] [country] [dream], there is / are / was /were (The teacher imposes the necessary restrictions according to the vocabulary area) I packed my bag and in it I put: an X (longer & longer list) an X and some Ys. an X, some Ys, a Z, an ___ and some _____s (As you go round the class each student has to recite the existing list and add an item in the same category). Describe some things that you would like to put in your bag. This is to check singular and plural. Some buiscuits, an apple etc.
pen 3. bra 2. house Questions to ask opposing team(s) Ask YES/NO questions: Is it big / round /square / rectangular? Is there one in this room? Can we eat it? Is it made of wood / plastic / metal? Ask your own questions Questions to ask opposing team(s) Ask YES/NO questions: Is it small/yellow/light/dark/circular? Have you one in your house / country? Do you like it? Is it used every day? Ask your own questions Questions to ask opposing team(s) Ask YES/NO questions: Is it larger than a chair? Can I see one now? Do you find it indoors or outdoors? Are there a lot of them in this school? Ask your own questions: Questions to ask opposing team(s) Ask YES/NO questions: Is it hard / soft / high / tall / low ? .03 Guessing nouns via "Is it + adjective" questions Guessing Games: Vocabulary. button Group C 1. chair 2. chocolate Group B 1. tree 2. shoe 3. mouse 4. cat 2. head 4. mobile phone Group D 1. computer 6. Questions with ADJECTIVES Group A 1. finger 6. jumbo jet 6. tea 4. bicycle 5. bus 3. coffee 5. knife 5.
dictionary Y encyclopaedia X 3. guitar 5. washing machine 05 Comparisons: How is XXX like YYY? Is it liquid or solid? Do I see one every day? Have you got one in your house / with you? Ask your own questions: Finding Connections (Word Fields and Adjective Comparisons Group A How is XXX like YYY? How does XXX differ from YYY? X 1. umbrella Y restaurant sunshade .3. moustache Group C Y teapot beard How is XXX like YYY? How does XXX differ from YYY? X 1. sugar 6. computer Group B Y cheese television How is XXX like YYY? How does XXX differ from YYY? X 1. wristwatch Y whisky egg-timer X 3. cooker Y dentist fridge X 3. doctor 4. kettle 2. milk 2. gate 4. beer 4. sock Group D Y dog stocking How is XXX like YYY? How does XXX differ from YYY? X 1. café 4. ice Y snow X 3. horse 2.
chemist 06 pharmacist 4. In pairs or as a whole class. Write sample QUESTIONS on the board When / Where / Why / How do you blip? Can you blip someone / something / somewhere? Do you often blip? Did you blip yesterday? Are you blipping now? Are you going to blip this weekend? Have you blipped since you arrived in England? Do you like blipping? Do you blip with your hands? If I saw you blipping. record compact disk BLIP (sometimes known as COFFEE POT) Guess the verb Each student is given a VERB. (See that it is suitable for the level of the class). discover the VERB through QUESTIONS.2. The nonsense word "BLIP" should be substituted for the target VERB. would you be embarrassed? cook read drink swim fly argue rest fidget live draw sing fight undress paint diet smile cry run drive talk jump bathe scream translate love dream sleep fish worry plan explore hesitate dance shout eat think kiss complain sew understand .
Alternatively. my uncle hides my present! Ss: Does he put it ________________________________? Practise different tenses. . (1) I've hidden YOUR BIRTHDAY PRESENT and today is YOUR BIRTHDAY! Ss: Have you put it __________________________? (2) I hid my mother's Christmas present LAST CHRISTMAS! Ss: Did you put it ____________________________? (3) I'm going to hide my brother's Christmas present NEXT CHRISTMAS! Ss: Are you going to put it ________________________? (4) EVERY CHRISTMAS. students can work in pair s. A student can choose a hiding-place and the rest of the class can ask the questions.iron win vacuum move joke yell whisper oversleep knit zigzag quickly politely loudly confidently doubtfully slowly sadly rudely anxiously ungrammatically noisily happily drunkenly hesitantly warmly quietly sleepily nervously calmly coldly angrily shyly romantically lovingly timidly Using present tense make sentences which include these verbs and adverbs The Preposition Game The teacher thinks of a room of a house and a hiding-place in which to hide an object.
seat students in pairs back to back and issue them with a checklist of vocabulary for describing physical appearance and clothing: Height tall/short Hair length long Build well-built Eyes large-eyed Age middle-aged Shape of head oval Hair style curly Complexion fresh Article of clothing shirt / skirt etc Material dark green Pattern plain /checked Colour light blue Ask them to describe each other using suitable words from each category. Simon says: "hands up". Simon says: "put your right hand / left hand / both hands on your right / left knee. What is (s)he wearing? / What colour is Z's shirt. "fingers down". "stand on your right / left leg". "thumbs up". I spy with my little eye . "fingers up".something beginning with + letter ABC The objects sighted must be in view of all the students in the classroom. The last student to remain in the game is the winner. The two students are both given a chance to answer each question and they are awarded points for correct answers. 10 Simon says (Action verbs + Parts of the body) Students should only obey the commands if you preface each one with Simon says. . "hands down"." Simon says: "shut / open your eyes". "stand up / sit down". If you omit the preface Simon says any student who obeys the command can no longer participate in the game. How many windows / tables / chairs / students are there? 2. "thunbs down". Alternatively. Simon says: "touch your eyes / ears / nose / mouth with the forefinger / middle finger / ring finger / little finger / of your (right)(left) hand.09 Classroom observation Seat TWO students at the front of the class facing the white/black board with the other students looking on. Sample Questions 1. What are their names? 3. Who is sitting next to Z / between X and Y / opposite X / on the left / on the right? 4.
Simon says: "wave your right hand". Simon says: "fold your arms". Questions must be of the type that can either be answered with YES or No: Am I man or a woman? Alive or dead? European or American? Real or fictitious? Am I a character from a cartoon or a book? Am I rich? Am I famous? Have I been in the news recently? Am I someone from your country? Britain? Do I work in sport / music / entertainment / the cinema / the theatre? ROMEO POPEYE Micky Mouse King Juan Carlos Nelson Mandella Richard Burton Tarzan Prince Charles JULIET OLIVE OIL Minnie Mouse Queen Sofia Winnie Mandella Elizabeth Taylor Jane (jungle girl) Princess Diana TOM the cat Prince Philip Stan Laurel André Agassi John Lennon Bonnie (gangster) The Lone Ranger Cindarella JERRY the mouse Queen Elizabeth II Oliver Hardy Steffi Graff Yoko Ono Clyde (gangster) Tonto (cowboy) Prince Charming . for example if you write a label with the name ROMEO.Simon says: "bend your knees / body". there should also be a label with the name JULIET stuck on somebody's back. stick a label on your own back. "jump up and down". Each named person should have a natural partner. Each label contains a real person's name or the name of a character from fiction or television cartoons. "straighten your knees / body". 12 Find your partner (Stick self adhesive labels to Ss' backs) The teacher prepares SELF-ADHESIVE TYPEWRITER ADDRESS LABELS ( which can be purchased in rolls to stick on the backs of all the students in the class. "put your arms by your side". "STOP". If you have an odd number of students in your class. "STOP". Simon says: "point at the ceiling / floor with the forefinger/ middle finger / ring finger / little finger / of your right / left hand. but let the students do the questioning.
civil engineer 2. dressmaker 12. 14 What's my job? (from open lists) Guessing games (closed lists) Questions for those guessing Do you work indoors or outdoors? / in a trade or profession? / in a factory or an office? Do you work with your hands? Do you wear a uniform? Do you work long hours? Do you work from 9-5? Do you work regular hours? Do you work at weekends? Do you work with people or machines? Are you in a service industry? Do you sell something? Do you earn a lot of money? Must you have good qualifications to do your job? Jobs GROUP 1 1. Find Your Partner. farmer 7. bricklayer 3.13 What's my nationality? Who am I? Student (A) thinks of a nationality Student (B) asks: "Do you wear______________?" "Do you drink / eat _________ ?" "Do you play (sport) or (game)?" "Do you play the (musical instrument)?" "Does it rain / snow a lot there?" "Is it very hot / very cold there?" "Do the people like ______ there?" "Are the people there tall / short / romantic / hard-working / rich / poor? Student (A) thinks of a famous person. princess 11. scientist 9. police officer 5. fictitious character or cartoon character? Student (B) asks YES/NO questions as in 12. caretaker 4. nurse 6. shopkeeper 8. accountant . artist 10.
a language school. student 8. . solicitor 2. singer 5.g. She is wearing a long red coat and is carrying a rolling pin. bee-keeper 4. chiropodist GROUP 3 1.miming Write a role card for each student in the class giving them a problem which could occur in an airport. social worker GROUP 4 1. manager 7. receptionist 4. 15 The Airline HELP desk .GROUP 2 1. painter 12. teacher 6. Each student has to mime their problem. fishmonger 3. writer 11. air-hostess 2. cook 6. gardener 9. dentist 12. engineer 10. The class try to guess the problem by asking questions. soldier 8. doctor 5. They can only signal YES or NO. baker 7. The game is especially good for supplying the right formulae in difficult situations where languages may be a problem: The Airline HELP desk can be moved to another environment e. the more probable it is that the words will become part of the class's active vocabulary. secret agent Miming lists of jobs: A & B teams 3. housewife 6. but the student with the problem is not permitted to speak. newsagent 2. pilot 8. surgeon 3. secretary 7. Example of a problem: describe ur wife who is waiting at the airport My wife's gone through passport control with my boarding card. The students have to mime their jobs so their partners can guess what they are. This is a good game for teaching vocabulary in a memorable context. actor 5. factory worker 9. Student B chooses ONE of the jops in Groups 3 and 4 above. Can you find her? A pigeon has flown into the Food Hall and is eating the fruit cake. chemist 12. president 11. builder 11. The stranger the problem. driver 9. dustman 4. mathematician Student A chooses ONE of the jobs in Groups 1 and 2 above. cowboy 10. a hospital or a hotel (See CUP Maley & Duff's hotel receptionist). musician 10.
health or money? You said "health"? How many brothers and sisters do you have? Fifteen? Would you like a million pounds? So you're not interested in money? Are you more intelligent than your parents? So you're less intelligent? Did you say you were stupid? Do you like your teacher? Is he / she the best teacher you've ever had? The best in the world? What are your hobbies? So you like listening to folk music? Can you use a computer / play the piano? You can? . "precisely".mes-english. "exactly". "that's true". 1-2 minutes. "I am". "that's not correct". "usually". http://www. "possibly". They must avoid saying the words "YES" or "NO" for a given period of time e. "probably". "that isn't true". This is done by using expressions like: "I do". "I think so".16 The Yes/No Game (from Michael Miles: "Take Your Pick") Different students volunteer to be asked questions. "that's right".com/flashcards/fruit.g. You think it's the best in the world? Have you been to Florence? So you haven't been to Italy? Which is more important . You're not interested in marriage? Do you like English food? So you LOVE English food. "that's correct".php . The questioners can try to trap them through deliberate misunderstanding and echo questions: "Did you say usually? So you said you live in Stuttgart? Perhaps? Questions Do you come from Australia? Are you sure you don't? Are you single or married? So you're divorced.
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