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GRAMMAR: 'Which' Question

EXAMPLE: Which fruit do you like, apples or oranges?

DATE ADDED: Feb 09, 2010

 

                           Large Classes (16-39 Students)Ó

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05-15 min.

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Brief Outline: Students try to get a bingo while practicing, "Which do you like, ____ or ____?"

 

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Detailed Explanation:

  1. After giving each student a copy of the worksheet, practice reading each square to make sure students understand.
  2. Students circle the picture of the thing they like best for each category.
  3. Students find a partner and janken. The winner chosses a question and asks the loser: "Which fruit do you like, strawberries or grapes?"  The loser responds with their answer.  Then, asks the winner, "How about you?" If both people like the same thing, they sign each other's worksheet. If not, they say goodbye and find another partner and repeat.
  4. The first student to fill in all the blanks or the student who receives the most signatures in the time allocated is the winner.

 

Teaching Suggestions:

  • Before the activity begins, you might want to demonstrate the activity using the JTE so the students get a better idea of how the game is played.
  • To get boys and girls mixing, make a rule that everyone must talk to at least three boys, three girls and one teacher. The can decide who they want to talk to for the last two areas on their worksheet.

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