Students try to make passive sentences from sheets over paper located on the walls of the classroom.
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Originally submitted by Melvin Kullu on July 3, 2009.
- 1 sheet of paper containing famous people. (not included)
- 1 sheet of paper with passive verbs. (not included)
- 1 sheet of paper containing the famous people's popular work. (not included)
- Split the class into groups of about 5 students, so a class of 30 will have 6 groups.
- The students are given numbers. 1-5.
- The three sheets of paper are pinned to the wall at different places, in order.
- On Start, student No. 1 rushes to the first sheet and memorizes the famous person and the spelling of the person's name. Then, (s)he rushes to the next sheet containing the passive verbs and chooses a verb that would match the work. Finally, they rush to the last sheet of paper that has the people's popular work and chooses the correct work.
- Once student No. 1 has gathered all the information, (s)he goes to student No. 2 and recites what they read.
- Student No. 2 then forms a sentence using the three words with the help of Student No. 3.
- Student No. 3 reads the sentence to Student No. 4, who is not allowed to see the sheet.
- Student No. 4 recites the sentence to student No. 5, who then recites it to the teacher.
- If the sentence is grammatically correct, the group order changes. Student No. 1 becomes student No. 2. Student No. 2 becomes student No. 3, etc.
- If there is a mistake, then they will be told to correct the sentence as a group.
- You could have four students in a group if the class is smaller and get the JTE to join if there is not enough students.
- Work with your JTE on this so that it can be easily explained to the students.
- Try to get them to speak, and remember what the other person had told them.
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