Students write sentences then review them in a group. Based on quantifiers but can be just on other grammar.
What is learnt?
How the game is played:
Put these quantifiers up on the board:
loads and loads of students several students
a lot of students not many students
quite a few students few students
not all students one or two students
a good few students a few good students
some students too many students
Ask each student to write twelve sentences using each quantifier once and making statements about the school, e.g. 'Some students have brothers and sisters here.' 'Not many students have foreign parents.'
- Put the students in groups of four or five and ask them to compare their statements.
Ask students to do the same exercise but to pick another group they belong to, not the school, e.g.: their extended family their mosque or church or temple a sporting group they belong to a political party their class (rather than the whole school)
Acknowledgments: Thanks to Graham.J.B. for submitting this game to us.
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