segunda-feira, 24 de maio de 2010

Treasure Hunting

This is a very famous game and it’s also really popular among students! In advance teacher prepares some “clues” in pieces of paper and spread them around. We can write the clues depending on the content we want them to consolidate. So, for example: If you’ve presented prepositions you can make use of them like this: “Take a look under the teacher’s book” or “There’s something for you on the TV set”, etc. It’s really cool in large/small groups but I’ve already done something similar with a girl who was 6 and used to be my private student. She was learning the words “dog”, “cat”, “girl”, and “boy”. I printed some images from the Net and spread them around my reception room. My student was supposed to find the pictures and say its corresponding names by then. It was a treasure hunting for only one student, in a small place, but not less exciting!

2 comentários:

  1. I love this game!!It really works!!!And I always put some "Bis" chocolate in the end of the clues!!!