This game is very engaging and fun. It is designed to review the use of "aller, aller + infinitif, venir, venir de + infinitif, devenir, revenir, depuis". This PPP has 33 questions on pink slides and 33 answers on green slides.
There are many ways you can use this PPP.
Project the PPP, one slide at a time, give students 10-20 seconds to think of an answer. Have them write their answer either on individual dry-erase white board or in Notability on their iPad, and have them show the board/iPad screen to you when they are done for a quick check.
Project this PPP, one slide at a time, give students 10-20 seconds to think of an answer. Have them write their answer on paper, call on a student to share their answer with the class.
Option 3 (super fun) - Sorry for the lengthy explanation, but it's so worth it :)
1) Take index cards as many as there are students in your class. Let's say you have 20 students, so you will need 20 index cards. Fold each index card and write one number on each card. For a class of 20, you will need to create 2 stacks of index cards: stack #1 - 10 index cards, with numbers 1 through 10 written in red (1 number per card), stack #2 - 10 index cards, with numbers 1 through 10 written in blue (1 number per card). In other words, you will have 2 cards with number 1, one card with number 1 written in red and the other card with number 1 written in blue.
2) Divide your class into 2 teams: "Red" team and "Blue" team.
3) Distribute your index cards: give cards with red numbers to the "Red" team and cards with blue numbers to your "Blue" team, one card per student.
4) Have students put their folded index card with the number visible to you and others on their desk in front of them (so that they could see who has which number and of what color).
5) Project the PPP, one slide at a time, give students 10-20 seconds to discuss an answer with their team. ***Call on a number 1 through 10 randomly. Students (one from each team) whose number you called need to get up and say the answer. Whoever is first wins and that team gets a point.
***Suggestion: prepare 10 small cards with numbers 1-10 written on them. Put them on your desk, upside down. Draw a card instead of calling out a number. It makes it more random and you don't have to think which number to call.
My students LOVE this game! It takes about 15-20 minutes to play it.
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