Students match a famous person with the thing the famous person likes.
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Originally submitted by Roger Parker on Oct 7, 2009.
- Make a poster of ten or so famous people that your students will know. Make it so that right below each person there is one thing (this is what he/she likes). For example, Mr Obama with a cat below him; Spiderman with a dog; Snoopy with an ice cream, etc. Make sure the picture is obvious. Attach the poster to the blackboard.
- Make a separate mini-card for each: Mr Obama mini-card, Spiderman mini-card, Snoopy mini-card, etc. Make a separate set of mini-cards for items.
- Play concentration. Put all the mini-cards face down. When a student turns over a person mini-card, they must say, “My name is Mr Obama.” Then, they turn over a thing and read the card, (ie: “I like dogs.”). If the cards match (as on the poster) they get a point and an extra turn.
- You could assign extra points for some cards.
- You could make "I don’t like..." cards by putting a big cross over the thing.
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