The more you drill a construction, the better it will be remembered. Let your students use their imagination and practise constructions for talking about future plans and situations while describing some fun cartoons.
Instructions — 3 pages, Worksheets — 5 pages.
Present Continuous and/or ‘to be going to’.
You can print a worksheet per student, or if all of your students see the computer screen well they can play by looking at the screen only. If you print the worksheets cover, or fold the answers on the right. If you are going to use the computer screen, cover the answers with some window.
Students will also need a piece of paper and a pen to write down their answers.
The full playing instructions are included.
The games have several worksheets which you can play all in one lesson or divide the activities between several lessons. There are instructions for each game, although you don’t have to follow the rules strictly and can change anything about the game if it suits you and your students better.
Instructions include variants for playing the game individually, in groups, in pairs or whole class. (Exceptions: Numbers—pair work, group work, Noughts and crosses—pair work, whole class or group work, Questions with and without auxiliary verbs—pair work, whole class, group work or individual work.)
This game is included in the Language Burger Games collection. The collection has 12 games which you can use as time fillers or extra exercises for your students. Eight games are for practising grammar, four games are for practising vocabulary.
The games are mainly for students of A2–B1 CEFR levels. (Pre-Intermediate – Intermediate levels).
For teaching English
as a foreign language.
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