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Go: JHS GrammarHow Do I Look?

SUBMITTED BY: Anonymous

 

EDITED BY: Siguy

GRAMMAR: Verb - Copular

EXAMPLE: Masaki looks sad.

DATE ADDED: May 20, 2014

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OUTLINE: Simple information gap game for "He looks happy", "She looks surprised" etc.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Go over the "How does ~ look?", "She looks happy" grammar point, using the four adjectives needed for the activity (happy, sad, angry and surprised).
  2. Hand out each worksheet to half the class - you could have boys and girls, I just did left-side and right-side. Demonstrate how to do it with the JTE.
  3. The students walk around the class asking how each of the characters on the sheet look. There are no English words on the sheet, so they can't just show each other. They then write "Masaki looks happy" or whatever and draw in a happy face.
  4. End it after ten minutes or so. Reinforce how third person works by asking them "How do I look?" and making a face.

 

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