BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Wheel of Fortune TV game show

EDITED BY: まだ

GRAMMAR: Review Activity (grade 3)

DATE ADDED: Mar 08, 2011

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30-50 min.

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BRIEFOUTLINE: Students answer review questions and roll the die to determine the
points his/her group receives. This game also consists a list of simple
challenges that students will do for fun to compete against each other.

You
can use the sample questions from the worksheet but some of the
questions are Total English series specific so if you are using
a different textbook, you'll have to change the worksheet around.

Blow up the “Roll of Fortune” point sheet to use in class.

Print,
cut and paste the challenges onto cardboard or thick paper. Or,
simply cut them out and put them in an envelope for students to draw
from.

Tongue Twisters: I recommend printing each tongue twister out separately.

She sells sea-shells on the sea-shore. The shells she sells are sea-shells, I’m sure.

After dividing the class into groups, students take turn answering questions.

There
are 4 categories: 1.) Textbook Questions, 2.) Five W’s, 3.) Five Words,
and 4.) What to Say. Give students examples of each category:

TEXTBOOK: Where is Takuro Yano from? He is from Erimo, Hokkaido. (p.5)

FIVE W's: What is your name? When is your birthday? Who is your homeroom teacher?

FIVE WORDS: Give me five words that start with 'A': apples, and, anyone, about and and.

WHAT TO SAY: If I give you a present, what do you say? Thank you.

Explain
the points: If the student answers correctly, s/he can roll the die.
Refer to the Roll of Fortune worksheet for more details.. If not,
another student can answer.

If student rolls a '5', the student
will choose another group for his/her group to compete with. Then
chooses a challenge card. Everyone in the group will do the challenge
together. The teacher will time each group and the group that completes
the challenge in the shortest amount of time wins the round. The winner
gets 50 points and the loser loses 50 points.

Go over each of the challenge cards to ensure students’ understanding.

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

Show
not tell: Don't spend more than 5 minutes explaining how to play the
game. Spend your time ensuring that students understand the challenges
and questions. Once the students play 1-2 rounds, they will catch on.

TIPS/CAUTIONS:

The textbook questions are made for Total English series (book 3).

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