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Originally submitted by Brenton Gettmann on May 06, 2011.
After passing out the worksheets and putting the class into groups, show students all of the envelopes numbered from 1-9. Explain to them that these numbers should be matched up with their worksheet.
Pull the pictures out of an envelope for demonstration purposes and show them to the students. Choose any of the supplied pictures, I recommend one of the obvious can't ones. Read the English written on the card, and say, "He/She can/cant...well." Write it down on your paper (I recommend making an A3 of the worksheet and putting it on the board for the students to see you fill out the sentence).
Then translate it to Japanese (you and your teacher can reverse roles for the demo if you can't do the Japanese end of the demonstration) and put the picture back in the envelope. Run to your JTE and say the sentences that you wrote down. If they say, "OK" you grab the next envelope and pretend to empty it out.
After the demonstration, pass out one envelope to each group. (Tell them not to open it yet.) Have everyone play Janken. In clockwise order, the students must come to you or your JTE to say the answer to the picture in the envelope and show you their worksheet.
Double-check if students comprehend what to do. Then, start the game!
Go over the answers with the whole class.