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SUBMITTED BY: Stanley Davis

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Nature

EDITED BY: Siguy

GRAMMAR: Conditional-If

EXAMPLE: If you want to win, you must destroy your opponent.

DATE ADDED: Mar 06, 2014

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30-50 min.

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OUTLINEThis activity focuses on students ability to create a consequence when given a condition.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • If attachment
  • Envelope or bag.

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Run through some example sentences so students understand exactly what they will be expected to produce during the activity. (If I don't eat, my mother will be angry. If it's sunny, I'll go outside. etc....) Write some "if" phrases on the board and let students fill in the blanks to give them a feel for the game.
  2. Put students in groups and give them a sentence sheet.
  3. Explain your scoring system. (Mine is: Full sentence=1  Incomplete=0  Nothing=-1  Optional bonus point for best sentence.)
  4. Draw an "If card" from the bag, write it on the board. Students complete the sentence, and read their answers to the class.
  5. Repeat step 4. 


VARIATIONS:

  • Have the JTE be the judge of the bonus point.
  • Let students choose the "If card" from the bag. 

 


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