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Sūkurio metodas , (galbūt yra keli variantai, aš dariau taip.)
Vaikus padalinau į tris grupes. Kiekviena grupė gavo po vieną lapą ir skirtingą spalvos markerį (tarkim-pirmieji raudoną, antrieji-žalią...). Lapo viduryje užrašiau kambario pavadinimą, pvz. Living room, antrai grupei Bedroom ir 3-iai Kids room.
Per tam tikrą laiko tarpą jie turėjo surašyti kuo daugiau daiktų/baldų iš to kambario. Po 2 min, lapas nukeliavo kitai grupei (jie jau pildė savo spalva), po 2 jau trečiai grupei (kurie rašė irgi tik savo spalva) ir galų gale grįžo savininkams . Palygino kiek jie žinojo, kiek papildė draugai iš antros ir kiek iš trečios grupės.
Jeigu trumpiau-lapai siunčiami ratu, kol grįžta teisėtiems šeimininkams .

p.s. aš saugau jų lapus, kai išeisime skyrių apie namus paprašysiu papildyti kiek išmoko


One word stories

Submitted by Jo Budden on 24 August, 2011 - 17:03

This activity is extremely simple. Each student adds a word to create a group story. Despite the simplicity it can be really challenging and I would only use it with higher levels.
Students should be in a circle (if this isn’t possible make it clear they know who they are going to follow on from) The teacher can begin by saying the first word and each student adds the next word, without repeating what has come beforehand.
Good starting words are "Suddenly” or "Yesterday” to force the story into the past tense. It is great for highlighting word collocations and practising word order. It also highlights problems students may have with tenses or prepositions for you to focus on in future classes.
The stories can develop in any number of ways. Some groups may need the teacher to provide punctuation and decide that the sentence should end and a new one should begin. The great thing about this activity is that all students have to concentrate and listen carefully to their colleagues to be able to continue the story coherently.

Example:
Teacher – "Yesterday”
Student 1 – "I”
Student 2 – "saw”
Student 3 – "a”
Student 4 – "strange”
Student 5 – "man”
Student 6 – "who”
Student 7 – "was”
Student 8 – "wearing”
Student 9 – "a”
Student 10 – "yellow”
Student 11 – "hat”
Teacher – "Full stop, new sentence”
Student 12 – "He”
Student 13 – "was”
Etc. etc.

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I went to the shops
Submitted by Anonymous on 26 November, 2011 - 07:12

This is a classic memory game where each person adds a new item to the list in alphabetical order. For example, student 1: "I went to the shops and I bought an apple”. Student 2: "I went to the shops and I bought an apple and a bike”. Student 3: "I went to the shops and I bought an apple, a bike and a coat”. This game can be adapted to different levels and lexical sets. I recently revised sports and the use of do/ play/ go by playing "I went to the sports centre……” It’s the same game, but using different vocabulary. For example, student 1: "I went to the sports centre and I did aerobics." Then "I went to the sports centre and I did aerobics and played basketball.” and then "I went to the sports centre and I did aerobics, played basketball and went canoeing.” etc.