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Top 5 Game

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This is a very simple but fun game students get  into. 

Can be played like pictionary, rules below. Or see version 3 where the students have to write the answers and if they match their team mate in the hot seat, they get major points. 

•Put the class into teams (2-4 big teams works well)
•Put a chair in front of the TV with its back facing the TV.
•One student from a team at a time comes and sits on the chair.
•The other students in his/her team have to give him/her clues in English to get him/her to guess the word behind them on the screen.
•One student should remain there for all 6 pictures.
The students may NOT:
§Speak in an language that isn’t English
§Use body language
§Point at anything
§Make noises (e.g. meowing for a cat) 

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