Hands-On Grammar: Games for Reinforcement

Hands-On Grammar: Games for Reinforcement


at the end of most units fun games consolidate the skills and concepts that students learned in the unit James encouraged collaboration among students and stimulate discussion teamwork and friendly competition game rules are always presented as a tab on the page in this game teams have to use the present progressive tense to complete the sentence frame with as many verbs as possible in two minutes to create logical and grammatically correct sentences every correct sentence lets the team move forward one space an incorrect or illogical sentence will cause the team to move back one space now let’s give it a try she is cooking a fish she is catching a fish she is eating a fish she is buying a fish now the next team presses the choose button to randomly show a new sentence in this game students use the correct pronoun to complete the sentence there can be more than one answer and the answer students choose depend on their game strategy the objective is for a team to move from one side of the board to the other side for example if you are the yellow team you need to put your counters from this end and make a connected path to the other end now let’s clear the board and try the game to place a counter on the board teams need to complete a sentence using a correct pronoun for example this sentence can be completed in many ways sit next to us at the concert submit to them at the concert so next to him at the concert sit next to her at the concert and sit next to me at the concert spot that tinctures depends on the path that they are creating

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