The students must match the masculine card (with English translation in brackets) with the feminine card. This is pretty straight-forward so give plenty of time for peer questioning (see Levels 2 and 3 below). I also give the students a copy of the sheet so they can use the cards for self-testing and revision.
Bref (brief/ short)
You may choose to have different levels of challenge. For example,
Level 1 = match the cards and discuss the pronunciation.
Level 2 = match the cards , discuss the pronunciation and then have peer questioning from masculine to feminine and vice versa.
Level 3 = As Level 2 and challenge each other to remember as many as possible.
Following checking there are 2 fun games to play, either pelmenism or a game I learnt in Japan called Karuta. In Karuta the students put the masculine cards to one side and spread out the feminine cards in front of them. I then say the masculine and the students compete to touch the correct feminine card first. Whoever touches it first wins the card. The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins. The students love this game!