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English Dodgeball - a fun game

Use the big fluffy dice instead of a ball.

Students must run across the classroom.
The Teacher will throw the ball and hit them to get them out.

However, the teacher will call specific groups or even individuals to make the run:
People wearing watches.
Boys
Anyone with a hat.
Students with the name Park.

______ TEACHER _______

S ...................................S
S ...................................S
S ->............................ <-S
S ...................................S
S ...................................S


Once they understand the game, the Students can make the calls and throw the ball.

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Comment by ddeubel on August 25, 2007 at 2:58am
Patanga,

Your class must be so much fun! I'm anxiously waiting for your book of games....

Here are some described in a recent itesolj article. http://iteslj.org/Techniques/Lauder-ForYoungLearners.html

Also go to http://www.eslcafe.com/idea/index.cgi?Games

for a good list of game idea.

i'll describe my favourite, zip-zap later. I'm just writing it up and will attach - tired of describing it over and over for everyone. This way, it'll be in "stone" [paper} Cheers,

DD

Blackboard Activities
• Odd one out. Draw a circle, a square, the number 3 and a triangle on the board. Encourage the children to identify the image that does not belong (the number 3). Repeat this with new drawings or using flashcards/activity cards.
• What’s missing? Write 4 or 5 numbers on the board. Tell the children ‘Close your eyes’ and rub out one of the numbers. Children open their eyes and must say the number that is missing. Once they have played a few times, encourage children to come to the front of the class and rub out the numbers. This can also be done with pictures or flashcards.
• What is number three? Draw 3 or 4 classroom objects or animals on the board. Write random numbers (from 1-10) next to the pictures. Ask questions such as “What is number 7?” Ss: It’s a cat! “What number is monkey?” Ss: Three!! Point to pictures and ask: Is it a (mouse)?
• What is it? Begin drawing a picture on the board (for example, a mouse) but draw it very, very slowly stopping every once in a while for students to guess what you are going to draw. Ask ‘What is it?’
Physical Response Activities
• Please... Tell the children that they are going to play a game. They must only do the actions if the teacher says the word ‘please’. For example, say Please stand up (children stand up), please jump (children jump), close your eyes (children shouldn’t close their eyes as the word please was not said).
• Human numbers. Encourage the children to make numbers with their body. Say a number, the children try to form the number. Once they have done this a few times, they can try to form numbers with other members of the class.
• Mime and guess. Encourage different children to come to the front of the class and mime an emotion (bored, happy, sad, frightened). The other children guess the emotion then act out the emotion.
• Back drawing. Encourage the children to draw a number from 1-20 on their partner’s back. Their partner tries to guess the number then draws a number on the other child’s back.
• Count around the room. Tell the children to count from 1-20 taking turns saying the numbers. Establish the order in which the children will count before they begin. When the children reach 20 see if they can count backwards (20,19,18...).
• Body Connectors. Place the children in pairs or groups of 3. Give commands such as ‘Hand to hand’ (children put their hands together). Later, add commands such as Hand to arm, Arm to foot. Option: When the children have played a few rounds tell them that when you call out “body connectors” that they should change partners.
Comment by Patong Panda on August 26, 2007 at 10:00am
Hi,

Ha ha I steal all my ideas from the Internet.
I want to put them here so I can remember them next time. I didn't realise people could see it. Now I understand the blog button. Should I be using it in this way???

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