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Brief Outline

The class listens to a group of students announce in unison what they want to be. The class must listen carefully to and try to decode each student's occupation.

 

Materials Needed (not included)

  • Occupation flashcards. The flashcards are to to serve as visual cues/reminders. I like the free set from Hapilab.

 

Detailed Explanation

  1. After reviewing occupations and the phrases "What do you want to be?" and "I want to be a ~", divide students into groups. I've found that groups of 4-6 work best. (see 'Variations' for instructions on classes of five or less.)
  2. Choose one group to come to the front of the classroom, and have them secretly choose an occupation. I have the flashcards posted on the board, and make the rest of the class turn around while the group chooses... just in case someone points to their card.  Everyone in the group chooses their own occupation.  They can be the same or different.
  3. Then, have the rest of the class turn back around and ask, "What do you want to be?" As a group, the students at the front of the class respond "I want to be a..." with everyone saying their chosen occupation at the same time. The rest of the class has to listen carefully to the students and announce who wants to be what. The group at the front can repeat as many times as necessary for a group to announce that they know what each person said.
  4. Rinse and repeat.

 

Variations

  • For classes of five students or less, have each student come to the front individually and choose their occupation, and when it comes time for the student to announce their occupation quietly , crumple a piece of paper VERY LOUDLY to make students listen carefully.

 

Teaching Suggestions

  • If you want to distribute points for prizes, I usually do one point for each correctly-heard occupation, but -1 for each incorrect occupation.

概要: HERE

 

必要な教材

  • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

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