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Form two teams three will work, but two seems to add just the right amount of competitive tension. Explain the game, with a few examples of answers in search of questions. Ask, 'What's the question? Have two players--one from each team--come to the front.
Style it like a game show if you like, with the students standing side-by-side. If you have access to bells or buzzers, it's even more fun. Next, read an answer to a question and say, 'What's the question?
New contestants come to the front for a new round. This game forces the students to think backwards a little, so they must provide a grammatically perfect question. All too often, they are used to answering rather than asking questions, so this is challenging and useful as review.
Tim Toilet Paper Icebreaker Level: Any Level This activity is used as a "getting to know you", icebreaker on the first day of class. Teacher takes the toilet paper roll and takes several squares of toilet paper, then hands the roll of toilet paper to a student.
The teacher tells the student to take some, more than three. After everybody in the class has some paper, we count the squares we have, then we have to tell that many things about ourselves, in English.
This activity works well with substitute teachers also. The toilet paper is such an attention getter. Easy to Medium The teacher gives a word and asks a student to spell it, and then a second student should say a word beginning with the last letter of the word given.
The last one remaining in the game is the winner. This game can be made difficult by limiting the words to a certain category, e.
Huang Shufang Bang Bang Level: Easy Divide the group into two teams. Explain that they are cowboys and they are involved in a duel. One student from each team comes to the front.
Get them to pretend to draw their pistols. Say "how do you say The first child to give the answer and then "bang bang", pretending to shoot his opponent is the winner. He remains standing and the other one sits down.
I give 1 point for the right answer and 5 extra points if they manage to "kill" 4 opponents in a row. Instead of saying the word in the students' mother tongue, it would be possible to use a picture or to say a definition "What do you call the large gray animal with a long nose?
Easy to Medium Preparation: Divide the students in to groups of four or five. Then ask the student to make the name for their ships for example with the names of animals, cities, movie stars or let them find their own favourite names.
Ask them to choose the Captain and the Shooter. The captain's duty is to memorize his ship's name, so he can reply if somebody call his ship's name.
The shooter's duty is to memorize the names of the ships of 'their enemies', so he can shoot them by calling their ship's name. Arrange all the captains in a circle, the ships' crews must line up behind their captains.
The shooter is the last crew member in line. The teacher must decide a lexical area of vocabulary, this vocabulary will be used to defend their ships from the attacks.
Every students except the shooters must find their own words.Writing a book/film review. Follow these steps to write a book or film review. Pre writing. Remember and take notes of the plot of the story.
What impression did it produce on you? Writing. Introduction: give the title and author of the book. If you're reviewing a film mention the director or actors. Body: 1. Summarize the plot in a few sentences. 2. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue.
Resources on Film review (writing) for teachers and students of English as a foreign or second language (EFL / ESL), including printable worksheets, online .
A collection of ESL, EFL downloadable, printable worksheets, practice exercises and activities to teach about film review. Oct 02, · Writing» Creative Writing Prompts | Views: 34, | Level: Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate Advanced | 5 out of 5, rated by 16 teachers This is a guide for intermediate or upper-intermediate students with particular instructions on how to write a film review.5/5(16).
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