As I was so late the last two times, a little bonus this month.
One of our favorite games for teenagers:
It is super super easy!
In a group of students, there are two words handed out secretely amongst the players.
Let's say 8 students:
We will have 6 students with a certain word (dog)
and the other 2 with another word (cat).
Then ready steady go and timer set:
Within 3 (or 5 or 7) minutes students must ask each other questions and start a discussion about their word (without mentioning it), to figure out who is the word wolf (=the one less players got, so here 'cat')
They don't have to tell the truth, it doesn't matter, as long as figure out who is the word wolf.
So, in this case it will be something like this:
Is it a pet?
Is it cute?
I don't know.
No, I think it is scary. ...
Do you have one?
Now everyone has to listen carefully and try to not give away too much of himself, in case he is the word wolf, yet trying to figure out, what is the main word, and who is same party.
After time is over, everyone at once points to whoever they think is the word wolf. The one with the most votes is the chosen one, and IF he is indeed a word wolf, the team has won, if not then the wolves have won.
You can try to focus on certain language structures to go with the game:
Do you like
Do you have
Is it ...
You can also have them go for WH questions:
What do you think of this?
When do you have this?
Choose two items that are somewhat related, some examples:
You can also get the App.
7 月 2021