Showing posts with label food and drinks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label food and drinks. Show all posts

Saturday, 29 April 2017

Fruits Flag Game / 2nd Grade Unit 9

Sunday, 22 May 2016

4th Grade 2nd Term 6-10th Units Vocabularies / Game for 2 Players / (Explode your opponents balloons)

Monday, 6 May 2013

Daily Routines / Simple Present / Test

Click on the right option and then the next button for the next question.
This work is based on SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE. It is a test and its targets are; to revise the simple present in general, to remind the students when to add -s to the verb or not and finally to remind them the daily routine expressions. After the test, as a post activity you may ask the students; "Now, listen everybody... listen and do...close your eyes... and think of the future... you are in 2050... everybody, think how old you are... okay... it is December... the day is Monday... you hear an alarm clock... it is ringing... you wake up and...." here want your students to write a passage about how the day starts, goes on and ends. To speak frankly, if you want them to tell anything without the fear of making mistakes they can surprise you... Whenever I do this exercise I meet with great enthusiasm, eager and creativeness... and also lots of lauhgter. Because when kids thinks themselves as an adult (for example married with children and going work), this excites them a lot. And this gives a great pleasure to a teacher when they do it this way. İ. Gürkan BOZKURT

Saturday, 4 May 2013

Food and drinks

Click on the right food or drink according to the speech bubbles...
This is a game which can be applied to elementary students. With this you can revise the food and drinks. The aim in making this stuff was, first to make it in a funny way and also to show the students the food and drinks as we use them in our real life. In each slide a character tells us a diet menu that s/he will eat. And according to her/his menu the students set the table. If they click on the wrong food or drink, it disappears; but if they click on the right stuff, it goes throuh the table. Whenever I use it in my classes, students especially laugh at the characters I use. Anyway, after the presentation, tell your students to prepare a menu for a person who has got flu/measless/cold, etc. In preparing their menu, want them to use "In the mornings, you should eat ....... / In the afternoon ...etc. Also want your students what the ill person shouldn't eat. Also you may want them to prepare different menus for different people... e.g. for a boxer, an overweight person, a very thin person, a diabetic person , etc. İ. Gürkan BOZKURT