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GRAMMAR: Pronoun

EXAMPLE: Who is this? He is Jim.

DATE ADDED: Nov 24, 2009

 

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15-30 min.

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Brief Outline: Students draw a picture of their classmate/teacher and ask their friends, "Who is this?"

 

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Detailed Explanation:

  1. Teachers should draw 1-2 pictures of a student or teacher in the school. NOTE: draw horrible looking stick figures so the students know the point of this activity is NOT to draw a Mona Lisa.  Also, remember to write three sentences using "(S)he is..." describing the picture. Then, show students each drawing and read the sentences. Remember to ask the class afterwards the target question of the lesson, "Who is this?"
  2. Reward the student who guesses correctly. Then, give students the worksheet and 5-10 minutes to draw and write three sentences.
  3. Students will go around and show their pictures to their friends and read the questions they wrote. If the friend can guess the picture, have the guesser keep track of their score somewhere on their paper.
  4. Reward the student(s) with the best picture, best sentence and/or the most tally marks.

 

Teaching Suggestions:

  1. See Englipedia's Know Your Friend for more detail.

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