(p.26) P2 - Tom has visited Nara once

~ has been ~ed

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  • After giving a handout to each student read the story aloud and carefully explain the goal.
  • Make groups of 6 and have them assign the following roles to one another:  2 writers, 2 interviewers, 2 readers.
  • Interviewers go to different groups to get the clues.They memorise the read-out clue.
  • Readers read one clue each to the other interviewers.
  • Writers write down the newly memorised clue from their returning  interviewer.

"Haave you ~?" Battleships

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Create a battleship style worksheet (two grids on a page, approx 6×6 each). Type the example sentence, “Have you seen ~ ?” or “Have you heard ~ ?” at the top of the page. Indicate that a O means, “Yes, I have” and an X means “No, I haven’t”. In each square type some things students may have seen or heard, for example, Tokyo tower or SMAP.

"Have you ever..." Bingo

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It’s Bingo!

The grammar point lends itself fairly well to the format and allows students to learn more about the things their classmates have and have not done.

There’s various versions of Bingo out there and we all pretty much know how to play, but here’s a refresher on this version: