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Any grammar that requires two parts of a sentence be joined.
Make a grid. The left side of the grid will be one half of a sentence, e.g. “Let’s ~ “, “How about we ~ ” etc. The top of the grid will be the second half, “go to a movie.” The top-left square is blank.
- Have students place their battleships on the grid, vertical and horizontal only. Ships can vary depending on grid size.
- Students take turns asking each other questions to find their partner’s ships.
- If an attack hits, the opponent agrees with the sentence. If it misses, the opponent misses.
- The game continues until all of their opponent’s ships have been found.
Submitted by James Richard III on Thu, 06/16/2016 - 15:24.
Worksheet (examples can be found on Englipedia)