[Sentnece Matching Activity Cards] My Community – 02

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~:| Description |:~

This is an activity that practises the different places in a community. It consists of 12 cards; each card has a sentence on one side and half a picture on the other.

Page (1) contains detailed instructions on how to introduce the activity and assemble the different parts included. On the last two pages, there is a cover and a box that are flat and could be easily folded and assembled.

For better results, it would be good if you printed the cards and laminated them after they have been folded. For the box and its cover, using think papers could give better results. You may print the box parts on normal A4 papers and glue them afterwards on a card-stock (those used in art-craft and making gift cards) to have a stronger box.

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~:| Vocabulary|:~

airport – bank – fire station – hospital – museum – movie theater – police station – post office – restaurant – school – supermarket – toy shop.

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~:| Language skills |:~

Reading

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~:| Interaction Pattern |:~

Individual

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[Sentnece Matching Activity Cards] My Community – 01

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~:| Description |:~

This is an activity that practises the different places in a community. It consists of 12 cards; each card has a sentence on one side and half a picture on the other.

Page (1) contains detailed instructions on how to introduce the activity and assemble the different parts included. On the last two pages, there is a cover and a box that are flat and could be easily folded and assembled.

For better results, it would be good if you printed the cards and laminated them after they have been folded. For the box and its cover, using think papers could give better results. You may print the box parts on normal A4 papers and glue them afterwards on a card-stock (those used in art-craft and making gift cards) to have a stronger box.

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~:| Vocabulary|:~

airport – bank – fire station – hospital – museum – movie theater – police station – post office – restaurant – school – supermarket – toy shop.

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~:| Language skills |:~

Reading

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Individual

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[Sentnece Matching Activity Cards] What is the Problem?

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~:| Description |:~

This is an activity that practises health problems. It consists of 20 cards; each card has a sentence on one side and half a picture on the other.

Page (1) contains detailed instructions on how to introduce the activity and assemble the different parts included. On the last two pages, there is a cover and a box that are flat and could be easily folded and assembled.

For better results, it would be good if you printed the cards and laminated them after they have been folded. For the box and its cover, using think papers could give better results. You may print the box parts on normal A4 papers and glue them afterwards on a card-stock (those used in art-craft and making gift cards) to have a stronger box.

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~:| Vocabulary|:~

earache – fever – flu – headache – toothache – stomach ache – sore back – sore eye –  sore throat – sprained anckle.

feverish – lifted – hardly – swallow.

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~:| Language skills |:~

Reading

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Individual

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Any + Some + Food Quantity [Speaking Game]

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~:| Target Langauge |:~

|  Do you have any ………………s? |

| Yes, I have some ……………….s. |

| No, I don’t have any …………..s. |

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~:| Resources |:~

44  Food Quanittiy cards.

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~:| Preperations before class |:~

01. Cut the cards along the edges and glue them on colored papers. (As shown in end result picture; this will help you a lot in explaining the task to students).

02. Laminate the cards for long lasting and safe keeping.

03. Pre teach students the grammar point (Some + Any): Get their attention to the plural form associated with any.

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~:| Demonstrating the activity |:~

01. Practice the previous question and answers with students using their stuff (pencil, green pen, yellow paper..etc.)

02. Write a model question and answers on the board. (You may highlight the plural s)

03. Get your students to set in a circle.

04. Select number of cards to play with. (44 are a bit too much, uncles you have a huge class)

05. Go over the vocabulary in the cards by showing them the card saying the name of the picture and then passing it to the student next to you. They have to do the same.

06. Shuffle the cards in your hand then separate the cards into colors.

07. Tell your students that one color goes from right to left and the other in the opposite direction. (Do a rehearsal).

08. When you say stop, each student must keep his/ her card. (No throwing, no pushing – though they will!)

09. Each students look at their cards. They should not show their cards. Students with words must ask, the one with picture answers. (You know which one by color, so you can moderate)

10. Start with one student; let him/her choose another student with the different color to ask (Do you have any ……………s – finish the question according to the card).

11. If the answer was (Yes, I have some …………s. – a matching picture) then the student with the picture card loses and leaves the circle. If the answer was (No, I don’t have any …………..s) the student who asked loses and leaves the circle.

12. Students are expected to get excited and start throwing cards, skip friends or even hide their cards during the ask and answer time. You have to pay attention.

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~:| Note |:~

01. The previous discription is encluded the memory game document. (No need to copy them ^^)

02. If you downloaded the Food Quanitity Momory Game, don’t download this. It’s the same document.

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01. Cut the cards along the edges and glue them on colored papers. (As shown in end result in the first page).

02. Laminate the cards for long lasting and safe keeping.

03. Pre teach students the grammar point (Some + Any): Get their attention to the plural form associated with any.

Food Quantity Memory Game [44-cards]

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A bar of  chocolate. | A bowl of strawberries. | A bunch of bananas. |  A bunch of grapes. | A bottle of milk. | A bottle of water. | A can of pop. | A can of lemonade. | A cup of coffee. | A glass of milk. | A glass of lemonade. | A jar of candy. |  A jar of cookies. | A jar of jam. | A piece of cheese. | A piece of bread. | A slice of cheese. | A slice of tomato. | A slice of watermelon. | A slice of bread.

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~:| Suggestions |:~

01. After you cut along the edges, glue  the picture cards on a  coloured.

02. Laminate the cards for safe keeping and survive the constant use.

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~:| Teacher’s Instruction |:~

01. Get students into a circle on the floor for better view.

02. Show each card and say the name (or elicit it). Give the card to the student next to you and ask him/her to say it out loud then pass it to her neighbour.

[Go over the whole set; pictures and words. This helps weaker students to revise the vocab. before starting any new activity]

02. Put the red cards upside down on one side, and the green ones on the other.

03. Invite some students to play with you, and be the first one to start

-” Look! One blow… Flip! (say the name of the card)… One yellow… Flip! (read the word)

I encourage you to say the action (flip/turn over) to help exposing the students to more language. You don’t have to explain what flip means.. They will get it from the action associated.

04. Give the other helpers a turn to imitate your actions. Encourage reading and saying the vocabulary out loud.

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Food Memory Game

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[ Vocabulary ]

Food

apple | banana | bread | butter | cake | candy | cheese | chocolate | cookie | egg | grapes | ice cream | jam | olives | onion | orange | pear | strawberries | tomato | watermelon | yogurt

Drinks

lemonade | juice | milk | pop

Containers

bowl | box | cup | glass | jar

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[ idea ]

01. After you cut along the edges, glue  the picture cards on a hard coloured  paper (ex. red) and the words on  a different hard coloured paper (ex. green).

This way you make the memory game easier when demonstrated, instructed and played.

It also makes it easy to generate new speaking games. (I’ll add a few other ideas)

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[ Teacher’s Instruction ]

01. Get students into a circle on the floor for better view.

02. Show each card and say the name (or elicit it). Give the card to the student next to you and ask him/her to say it out loud then pass it to her neighbour.

[Go over the whole set; pictures and words. This helps weaker students to revise the vocab. before starting any new activity]

02. Put the red cards upside down on one side, and the green ones on the other.

03. Invite some students to play with you, and be the first one to start

-” Look! One red… Flip! (say the name of the card)… One green… Flip! (read the word)

I encourage you to say the action (flip/turn over) to help exposing the students to more language. You don’t have to explain what flip means.. They will get it from the action associated.

04. Give the other helpers a turn to imitate your actions. Encourage reading and saying the vocabulary out loud.

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