sábado, 23 de janeiro de 2010
If you have never played "Stop!" with your students, it's time to start thinking about it. I've already played and it was great! It's very nice for reviewing vocabulary and practicing their writing. All you guys need is a piece of paper and pens/pencils. Elicit from them the categories they'd like to play with, for example: names, animals, colors, cities, countries, etc. and put all of them on the board. Ask them to copy the categories and you are ready to start. Students should write as fast as they can words that start with a certain letter and the student who first finishes everything has to shout "Stop!".The others should stop by then. This is the time the group should score the points - 10 points for each different word and 5 if more than one student used the same word. Have a wonderful class!