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BRIEFOUTLINE:

Students draw pictures and ask their friends, "What's this?"

MATERIALS NEEDED:

Pictures - these are to be used for a demonstration before the game.

Small pieces of papers - four pieces for each student.

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

After teaching the grammar points "What's this?", and "It's a..." , ask students about the pictures you prepared before class using, "What's this?". Make sure the students understand the drawings aren't supposed to be Mona Lisa masterpieces.

Give each student four pieces of paper and 3-5 minutes to draw four favorite items. Make sure you stick to the time or students will spend the whole period drawing.

Do a role play with the HRT. Show each other a drawing and take turns asking each other, "What's this?". Model the HRT getting the question right and taking the card, and getting it wrong and not taking the card.

Practice the question/answer as a class to reinforce students' ability to ask/answer the question.

Then, let the students go at it for 5-10 minutes.

Have the students return to their seats and ask them, "How many cards do you have?". Reward students who have more than four cards.

VARIATIONS:

Janken Interview: After students ask each other, "What's this?", they can play Janken and the winner receives the card.

There is a possibility that everyone will still have four cards by the end of the game but the real object is to practice asking/answering the question.

概要： HERE

必要な教材：

上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

手順：

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バリエーション：

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教える際のアドバイス：

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注意すること：

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