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Go: JHS GrammarWhat Is This Used For?

SUBMITTED BY: Catherine Burgemeister

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: New Crown 2 Lesson 8

EDITED BY: Siguy

GRAMMAR: Infinitive Verb

EXAMPLE: What is this used for? It is used to sit in.

DATE ADDED: Nov 13, 2014

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OUTLINE: A memory matching card game. 

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Review the questions and answers.
  2. Print and cut out cards. Remember, you don't want them to be able to see through the paper so have a design on the back of the paper, use thick paper, or laminate them with something to cover the back.
  3. Make enough card sets for the number of groups you will have (usually 4~5 students per group)
  4. In groups, students place the cards face-down, mix them up and take turns to turn over two cards. If they got a matching question and answer card, the student keeps the cards. 

 

VARIATIONS:

  • Label the question cards with "Q" and the answer cards with "A". In groups, students place the cards face-down, mix them up and take turns to turn over 1 "Q" card and 1 "A" card. If they match, the student keeps the cards. The student with the most cards collected at the end wins.
  • As with all memory games, you can let students have another turn when they get a match.

 

 

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