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More Grammar Games (96 Edition)by Paul Davis
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Cognitive, affective and drama activities for EFL students This resource book for teachers contains an exciting collection of activities which present and practise vital grammatical content in an original way. Each game is clearly introduced with a summary specifying the area of grammar to be practised, the level it is aimed at, the time required and the material needed. The activity is then presented using a step-by-step approach.
'More Grammar Games' is a resource book for teachers containing creative grammar activities.
Cognitive, affective and drama activities for EFL students
More Grammar Games is a resource book for teachers containing creative grammar activities.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION; SECTION 1 COMPETITIVE GAMES 1.1 Betting on grammar horses; 1.2 Happy grammar families; 1.3 Grammar Reversi; 1.4 Three from six grammar quiz; 1.5 Present perfect love story; 1.6 Spoof; 1.7 Student created text; 1.8 Speed; 1.9 I challenge; 1.10 The triangle game; SECTION 2 COGNITIVE GAMES (SILENT WAY) 2.1 One becomes two; 2.2 Mind-reading; 2.3 Weed-read; 2.4 Don't 'she' me; 2.5 Final word; 2.6 DIY word order; 2.7 Body tense map; 2.8 Shunting words; 2.9 Mending sentences; 2.10 Hinged sentences; 2.11 Spot the differences; 2.12 Self-generated language; SECTION 3 FEELINGS AND GRAMMAR 3.1 Achievements; 3.2 Typical questions; 3.3 Did you write that?; 3.4 Who wrote what about me?; 3.5 In-groups and out-groups; 3.6 Verbs for extroverts; 3.7 To versus ing; 3.8 Telling people what they feel; 3.9 Reported advice; 3.10 Impersonating members of a set; 3.11 Choosing the passive; 3.12 A sprinkling of people; 3.13 Us lot; 3.14 Lack; 3.15 Haves and have nots; 3.16 Picture the past; 3.17 Passive verbs; SECTION 4 LISTENING TO PEOPLE (GRAMMAR IN A COUNSELLING FRAME) 4.1 Whose am I?; 4.2 No backshift; 4.3 Incomparable; 4.4 Round the circle; 4.5 Eyes shut; 4.6 One question behind; 4.7 Intensive talk; 4.8 Two against the group; SECTION 5 MOVEMENT AND GRAMMAR 5.1 Real time; 5.2 Sit down then; 5.3 Do you like your neighbours' words?; 5.4 Turn round quick; 5.5 Only if ...; 5.6 Future chairs; 5.7 If + present perfect; 5.8 If you had the chance; 5.9 Moving ludo (Pashisi); SECTION 6 MEANING AND TRANSLATION 6.1 Iffy sentences; 6.2 Two-faced sentences; 6.3 Grammar homophones; 6.4 Written conversations; 6.5 The world of take; 6.6 Coherence poems; 6.7 Two-word verbs; SECTION 7 PROBLEM SOLVING 7.1 The woman on the roof; 7.2 Umbrella; 7.3 Eyes; 7.4 A dictionary game; 7.5 Near future seen from distant future; SECTION 8 CORRECTION 8.1 Just a minute; 8.2 Correction letters; 8.3 Reformulation; 8.4 Mistakes mirror; 8.5 Hand on hand; SECTION 9 PRESENTATION 9.1 Listening to time; 9.2 Guess the sentence; 9.3 Grammar letters; 9.4 'The' and 'a'; 9.5 Word order dictation; 9.6 Guess my grammar; 9.7 Teacherless task; 9.8 Puzzle stories; BIBLIOGRAPHY.
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