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Do you study~?
To ask and confirm/deny that the students study a particular subject.
Review all of the subjects that the children study in English.
The aim of the game is to get as many subject cards as possible.
- Review the key phrases of the lesson and vocabulary. (Do you study ~ ? Yes, I do/I study ~. No, I don’t/I don’t study ~.)
- Give students four cards, each with different subjects.
- Demonstrate the activity using two students as an example.
- Students walk around the room meeting others. When they meet, they must Janken . The winner gets to ask the question. ‘Do you study ~?’
- The loser responds ‘Yes, I do/ I study ~’ if they have that card. They must then hand that card to the winner.
- The loser responds ‘No, I don’t/ I don’t study ~’ if they don’t have the subject card the winner said.
- A person is the winner if they collect all nine cards. This is difficult, as they more they collect, the more likely they will have a subject card to give away.
- If a student loses all four cards, they may continue to play, but won’t be able to give a card if they lose the Janken game.
Ensure the language is practiced well enough before beginning the game.
Submitted by Andrew Foley on Mon, 10/17/2016 - 15:08.
Small subject cards (four per person, mixture of Japanese, English, Math, Music, P.E., Science, Social Studies, Home Economics, Industrial Arts.)