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What's in My Pockets?

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SUGGESTED TOPIC: Posessions

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DATE ADDED: Jun 19, 2007 

TRANSLATED BYJoyce P. Le

 

 

J-GO EDITED BY: Masami Kobayashi

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: This game isn't rocket science. Students try to guess the objects in your pockets.

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Pre-stuff your pockets with random school objects -- tape, stapler, pen, pencil, etc. Pull an object out of your pocket and show it to the kids. Say something to the effect of, “Hey, look at that! I have a stapler!”
  2. Ask the students if they can guess what else you have in your pockets, but give them a hint as to what type of things you have in your pocket.
  3. Have the students form groups and think together what you could have. When they answer, they should say, "Do you have a ~ ?" The teacher should answer by saying, "Yes, I have a ~" or "No, I don't have a ~."
  4. When a group makes a correct guess, take the object out to show them.

 

VARIATIONS:

  • Once all the objects have been shown, return them back in your pockets and grab randomly grab an object in your pocket and ask them what object you are going to pull out next.

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • Classroom objects are handy and easy for students to guess.
  • A bag to use instead of pockets, in case your pockets are too small.
  • Think about using objects with an obvious shape that can be used as a hint if the students are stumped.

 

 

 

 

 

概要: サプライズ!先生のポケット中の物を推測しようとします。

 

必要な教材

  • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

手順

  1. ポケットまたは袋に任意の学校の物を入れる。例えばテープやホチキスやペンや鉛筆など。児童に物が一つずつを見せると“Hey, look at that! I have stapler!”のような言葉を言う。
  2. 児童にポケットまたは袋に他何が入っているか想像できたかどうか訊く。ただし、児童にはどんなものがポケットに入っているかヒントを出す
  3. 児童はグループで袋にどんな物があるのを考える児童は答える場合に "Do you have a ~ ?" 聞かなければならない先生が “Yes, I have a ~”あるい “No, I don’t have a ~”答える。
  4. グループ正確な物を想像することができれば、それを前に出して、全員に見せる。

 

バリエーション

  • 一旦児童全部の品物を見せたら、全部の物をポケット(袋)にいれます。それからポケット(袋)に手を入れて無作為に選んで握ります。児童次に何を引き出すの推測するように言います。

 

教える際のアドバイス

  • 教室の物は児童が推測するのに手軽で容易です。
  • ポケットが小さすぎた場合に、ポケットの代わりに使用するバッグ
  • 児童が立ち往生してしまった時に、ヒントとして明らかに分かる形の物を使用します。
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