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GRAMMAR: 'Can' helping verb

EXAMPLE: I can play with you

DATE ADDED: Mar 06, 2008


    Large Classes (16-39 Students)Ó


15-30 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE Students write a description of a superhero and then try to draw their friend’s superhero.





        1. Hand out the worksheets.
        2. Give students a time limit of 10minutes to write their sentences individually.
        3. After the time is up, students make pairs.
        4. Students janken to decide who explains first. The first student says their sentences slowly, and their friend draws a picture of the superhero. Students then swap roles



        • This could be done as an individual or group project, with students writing and drawing their superhero.
        • You may want to explain some common super powers, although encourage imagination in the students. You could also do up a mock superhero of a character the students know well to make the activity more clear.


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