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GRAMMAR: NH's Speak+2-5 (shopping)

EXAMPLE: Shall I show you a bigger one?

DATE ADDED: Aug 23, 2011

 

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15-20 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE:   This is a simple activity to get students to speak to each other while using the target grammar of, "Shall I...?"

 

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DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. After telling students that this is a guessing game so they should not show other students around them their selections, have them select one pet from the top portion of the worksheet by putting a circle in one of the boxes, and one adjective from the bottom portion of the worksheet by putting a circle in one of the boxes. These are their answers. 
  2. Have students make partners, stand up, and janken to decide who goes first.
  3. The winning student asks their partner the top question (Level 1), "Are you looking for a ( )?" If they guess their partners selection correctly, the partner responds with, "Yes, but I don't like this one." Then they can advance from Level 1 to Level 2 and guess the adjective that their partner selected by using the target grammar of, "Shall I show you a ( ) one?" (After they have passed Level 1 they don't have to say the Level 1 part again with their partner for this round.)
    • If they guess correctly again on Level 2, their partner says, "Yes, please." They then receive a point and both students find a new partner.
    • If the student guesses incorrectly on Level 1, their partner says, "No, I'm not." Then it becomes their partners turn to try guess their their partners selected pet and adjective.
  4. If both students have reached Level 2, they simply keep on taking turns with the target grammar on Level 2 in order to find their partners selected character. Once one of the students finds both of their partners selections, they find a new partner and repeat the cycle.

 

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