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Better & Better Maze


SUBMITTED BY: Stephanie Leung

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Englipedia's Gucha-Gucha


GRAMMAR: Comparative/Superlative

EXAMPLE: I like tennis better than karaoke.

DATE ADDED: Mar 24, 2010


05-10 min.
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BRIEF OUTLINE: Students work through a maze using the question, "Which do you like better, A or B?" The goal is to reach the finish line.





  1. After handing out a handout to each student, the students meet/greet and play Janken. The winner gets to ask a question.
  2. Once they have completed one question, they move off to find a different friend to janken and ask a new question.
  3. The winner is the first to reach the finish. Or, you can put a time limit on the activity so that every student has a chance to reach the finish.



  • As you may notice, it's actually the loser that inadvertently dictates where the winner will end up. This can be an amusing development in the game. If you have students that don't enjoy this, then change it and allow both students to ask and answer their questions with their own choice of answer.


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