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Uno Scramble

SUBMITTED BY: Kirsten Phillips

SUGGESTED TOPIC: Numbers

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BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Desperate Measures

DATE ADDED: Jun 28, 2008 

TRANSLATED BYMatt Baumgartner

 

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students win points for their team or themselves by collecting various numbered cards (1-10) called by the ALT.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • A pack of Uno cards or playing cards - both can be found at the 100 yen shop.

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. I played this game to practice colors and numbers with 1st grade but I guess it can be tweaked to use for months and dates for older grades. It's based on the child's game, Steal the Bacon.
  2. In a big room, gym or classroom (if done in a classroom, have the students move their desks to the side of the class), two teams line up facing each other. Assign each student on each team an alphabet letter. These letters are used to decide which team member goes up against the other team's member. Team 1's A-student goes against team 2's A-student, and so on.
  3. Scatter the Uno or playing cards between the two teacms face up. Make sure they were VERY randomly scattered. Then, play a practice round with the A-members by calling a number. The A-student who brings me the correct number card first received a point for their team...simple as that.

 

VARIATIONS:

  • A great way to make the game more difficult is to:
    • Put the cards facing down.
    • Ask for two or three different cards: 5 and 7.
    • Ask for a 'blue 9' and/or a 'red 2'.

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • Ideal for special classes or very young kids.

 

TIPS/CAUTIONS:

  • It was very rowdy and a ton of fun. They loved it but it got very loud and it is best to make sure all the students are confident with the language first before this game or you risk one springing a leak.
  • Since this is a very genki game, you might need to keep reminding kids to stay in one place while their team member was playing their round. Many of them may move forward into the card pooll to point and scream. This risks getting their fingers stepped on while their team mates search. If you feel like this is going to be a problem, deduct points for team members who leave their place before their turn.

 

 

概要: 児童は自分自身やチームのために数のカード(1-10)を集めてポイントをもらいます

 

必要な教材

  • Unoのカード・セットやトランプカードセットです。百円店で買えます

手順

  1. ゲームは「Steal the Bacon」の基盤に置いてよく似ているルールがある。色と数を教えるのに一年生とよくしますが上の学級のために年月日や月などに変更する
  2. きい部屋で2つのチームがお互いに向かいに合っている。チームはそれぞれのメンバに自分の数や色をつける。こうして、各チームの1人が対戦するチームの1人と同じ色や数を持っている。例えば、Aチームの1人とBチームの1人が同じ色を持っている。その2人が対戦する。
  3. 2つのチームの間にUnoカードを面が上に広げる。一枚のカードを読んだら、合っているカードを持つ児童が飛び出して中心の合っているUnoカードを速く掴んでみる掴め児童がチームのためにポイントをもらう

バリエーション

  •  難しく仕方は:
    • 面が下にカードを広げます
    • 2つの色や数を同じに呼びます
    • 色と数を入り混じたら一回に色と数を呼びます。

 

教える際のアドバイス

  • 若あゆ生徒やとっても若い児童に会っています。

 

注意すること

  • やった日は騒がしかったです。ゲームをする前生徒がよく自信を持っていることを確認したほうがよいです
  • やる中生徒に今に立っているところから離れてはだめと言ったほうがよいです。中心に入っては危ないと言うのが分かるようにしたほうがよいですもし、中心に入ることが問題になる感じがしたら、生徒が中心に動いたらポイントを負かすことが分かるようにしたほうがよいです

  

 


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