Grammar topic ideas for receptive skills (Games and activities (Story…
Grammar topic ideas for receptive skills
Morning routine :red_cross:
What I do on the weekend :check:
Comparing hobbies :check:
Packing a suitcase :check:
Planning a picnic :check:
Making a recipe :red_cross:
Making up a story :red_cross:
Games and activities
Board race :check:
Role play :check:
Throwing around the ball and saying a word under the topic
Story jigsaw puzzle
Arguing about which items to remove out of 10 barbecue items, debate with valid reasoning about why it is important e.g If we bring insect repellant, we won't get bitten. :check:
Items in the suitcase = bingo grid. Usage of more complicated words/phrases such as "camouflage pants" :check:
Using the words "used to" and "would" to tell a story about a previous holiday.
Play a game of pictionary where the students have to answer the drawing with the proper use for the words I "used to" and I "would"
For example the students would draw two things, one has to be answered with "used to" and one has to be answered with "would". For example if a Hong Kong flag is drawn and then a market was drawn the answer would be: When I used to live in Hong Kong I would go to the wet market. :check:
This lets the students apply their knowledge of how to tell the difference between the two and how to use it effectively.
Bring in a box full of toys/stationary and allow students to pair up/go in threes. One student has to pick out a stationary and the other student(s) has to describe what they are holding using possessives. :red_cross:
Passive voice :red_cross:
Past tense narrative (have done) (did) :check:
Telling a story and use this grammar plan :check:
planning activities on.a picnic using conditional tenses..
If we pack barbecue forks we can roast fishballs over the fire. :check: