Board Game - What did you do yesterday?

PhilipR 2010-05-04 06:03:37
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With this board game, learners will practise the past simple in an enjoyable way. Every square provides a picture clue (or some words). Every time a correct answer is given, the game can be used as a communicative activity whereby players ask each follow-up questions (e.g. What book did you read? Was it good? What kind of books do you like? How often do you read? etc). Answer key and grammar tip included. Let´s make learning fun!

The above downloadable printable is meant for high school students and elementary school students at Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is valuable for teaching Questions in English, and is useful for strengthening your class' Listening and Speaking skills. It features the vocabulary topic of Daily routines. It includes a key, too.
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Upload date: 2010-05-04 06:03:37

Author: PhilipR

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