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Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
Language Burger - Cloud nine Game
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The board games that everybody loves are now used to practise different tenses and other grammar constructions. Watch your students play the game or play along with them. Choose the construction to …

The board games that everybody loves are now used to practise different tenses and other grammar constructions. Watch your students play the game or play along with them. Choose the construction to practise from the list or add your own!

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  • 1. Language Burger Games12 engaging and fun games developed while teaching 300+ English language students are now available in the convenient format for teachers for the first time! Get all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk FREE SAMPLE www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 2. Language Burger GamesCloud nineActivityPair work, whole class, group work or individual work.Students move along the playing field from Start to Finish, answering questions from the worksheets.FocusYou may choose any of the following constructions to be the focus of the game:• Present Simple (Worksheet A)• Present Continuous (Worksheet B)• Present Perfect (Worksheet C)• Past Simple (Worksheet D)• Means of expressing Future (Future Simple, ‘to be going to’, Present Continuous for arranged events) (Worksheet E)PreparationYou can print one worksheet with questions per student and one playing field for all students. If yourstudents can see a computer screen, they can play by looking at the screen instead of the printed work-sheets.You will also need a coin and a set of bits representing each student to move along the playing field.They can be buttons, paper clips or any other small objects.If you choose to play using a computer screen instead of the printed worksheets, you won’t need anyobjects to move along the playing field, but you will still need a coin. You will also need a piece of paperto write down the place where students stop after they make a move.You will need a watch if you are going to play the game with an individual student.ProcedurePair work• Explain that students are going to play a table game where they need to go from Start to Finish along the playing field, answering questions for each step they make. FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 3. LANGUAGE BURGER GAMES – CLOUD NINE• Hand out the worksheet with the questions you want to practice (Present Simple, etc). If you choose to play using a computer screen, only make sure all students can see the screen well.• Divide your class into pairs.• Hand out one playing field per pair.• Students place their object on the Start step of the playing field.• Students take turns in throwing a coin. If the coin lands heads up, the student moves her object one step forward along the playing field. If the coin lands tails up, the student moves two steps forward along the playing field.• The student then reads the question from the worksheet for the step she moved onto. If she can an- swer the question correctly, she stays on that step. If she can’t answer the question correctly, she moves back to the step she was on before.• If your students don’t have printed worksheets and a playing field, and are playing using a computer screen, they write the step they stop on down on a piece of paper.• All students should make an equal number of moves. This way it doesn’t matter who starts the game first.• The student who gets to the Finish first is the winner.Whole class• Explain that students are going to play a table game where they need to go from Start to Finish along the playing field, answering questions for each step they take.• Give the worksheets you want to practice (Present Simple, etc) to each student. If you choose to play using a computer screen, only make sure all students can see the screen well.• Place the playing field in the middle so that all your students can see and reach it.• Students place their object on the Start step of the playing field.• Students take turns in throwing a coin. If the coin lands heads up, a student moves her object one step forward along the playing field. If the coin lands tails up, a student moves two steps forward along the playing field.• The student then reads the question from the worksheet for the step she moves onto. If she can an- swer the question correctly, she stays on that step. If she can’t answer the question correctly, she moves back to the step she was on before.• If your students don’t have printed worksheets and a playing field, and are playing using a computer screen, they write the step they stop on down on a piece of paper.• All students should take an equal number of moves. This way it doesn’t matter who starts the game first. FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 4. LANGUAGE BURGER GAMES – CLOUD NINE• The student who gets to the Finish first is the winner.Group work• Explain that students are going to play a table game where they need to go from Start to Finish along the playing field, answering questions for each step they take.• Hand out the worksheet with the questions you want to practice (Present Simple, etc). If you choose to play using a computer screen, only make sure all students can see the screen well.• Divide the class into groups.• Each group places one object, which represents the whole group, on the Start step of the playing field.• Groups take turns in throwing a coin. If the coin lands heads up, a student moves her object one step forward along the playing field. If the coin lands tails up, a student moves two steps forward along the playing field.• Students of one group take turns in reading and answering questions from the worksheet for the step the group moves onto. If the student, who is answering the question, answers the question correctly, the group stays on that step. If the student can’t answer the question correctly, the group moves back to the step the group was on before.• If your students don’t have printed worksheets and a playing field, and are playing looking at the screen only they write the step they stop on down on a piece of paper.• All groups should take an equal number of steps. This way it doesn’t matter which group starts the game first.• The group which gets to the Finish first is the winner group.VARIATION: Instead of choosing one student of the group to answer one question for the step, all stu-dents of the group answer the question one by one. The group then stays on a new step only if all mem-bers of the group answered the question correctly.Individual work• Explain that your student is going to play a table game where she needs to go from Start to Finish along the playing field, answering questions for each step she takes.• Give your student the worksheet with the questions you want to practice (Present Simple, etc).• Place a playing field in front of your student. If you choose to play using a computer screen, only make sure your student can see the screen well.• The student then tells you how quickly she thinks she will go from Start to Finish.• The student then places an object on the Start step of the playing field. Record the time when the game begins. FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 5. LANGUAGE BURGER GAMES – CLOUD NINE• The student throws a coin. If the coin lands heads up, the student moves her object one step forward along the playing field. If the coin lands tails up, the student moves two steps forward along the play- ing field.• The student then reads and answers questions from the worksheet for the step she moves onto. If the student answers the question correctly, she stays on that step. If the student can’t answer the ques- tion correctly, she moves back to the step she was on before.• If your student doesn’t have printed worksheets and a playing field, and is playing looking at the screen, she writes the step she stops on down on a piece of paper.• If the student manages to get to the Finish in the planned time she wins.Extra ideasIf you have only one student or one student without a pair for the game, you can play this game togetherwith your student using the instructions from the pair work section.The book also provides empty worksheets (F and G) in case you want to practise other constructions.You can write your own tasks there. FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 6. Cloud nine 15 16 14 Final cloud 13 12 11 8 9 10 7 6 5Start 4 1 2 3
  • 7. A 1 How often do you read English 9 How often do you read or newspapers or books? Do you watch news? What news are often read something in English? you most interested in? 2 Do you often see your friends on 10 How often do you use public weekdays? Do you spend every transport? What do you think weekend with your friends? about it? 3. How often do you watch TV? Do you often travel to other 4 11 3 What do you do in the evening? countries? What’s your favourite destination? Do you normally travel on your own? 4. What do you normally use the Internet for? 5 Do you like talking on the phone? 12 Are you interested in any kind of Do you often use your phone? modern art? What do you like Do you prefer sending messages and dislike about modern art? or making calls? What else do you use your phone for? 6 13 Can you make three questions Do you ever buy lottery tickets? starting with ‘Where do you...’? Do you know anybody who often buys them? 14. 15 Do you like extreme sports? Do 7 Do you use Facebook? What do 14 you do any extreme sports? you like and dislike about Facebook? 15. How often do you write emails? 8 16 Do you prefer coffee or tea? What are the things that you do What’s your favourite food? What on your typical workday? food do you never eat? FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 8. B 1 What’s happening around you at 9 Is there anything interesting the moment? happening in the world these days? What do you think your friend is 10 Are you studying anything 2 doing now? difficult this week? 3. Is it raining now? What weather Why are you answering these 4 11 3 is it outside? questions? 4. What do you think your neighbours are doing now? What are you doing at the Is anything or anybody moving 5 12 moment? while you are speaking? 6 What’s your teacher doing? 13 Who is listening to you? 14. 15 Are you reading anything 7 Is any electric device working 14 now? interesting this month? 15. Are you preparing for a test this week? 8 What’s happening on the street? 16 Are you working a lot these days? FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 9. C What’s the weirdest film you’ve Have you ever met a famous 1 9 ever seen? person? How many countries have you Have you ever tried Japanese 2 10 been to? food? 3. How many new words have 4 Have you ever received a 3 you learned this week? 11 strange present? 4. How many films have you seen this season? Have you tried anything new this Have you ever lost something 5 year? 12 very important? 6 What’s the most boring book 13 What’s the funniest comedy you’ve ever read? you’ve ever watched? 14. What’s the most difficult subject 15 Have you ever written a poem? 7 14 you’ve ever studied? 15. Have you ever been to a concert? Have you ever seen any Have you ever broken a bone? 8 16 dangerous animals? FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 10. D 1 Where did you spend your 9 When did you check your email? previous vacation? Did you like it there? 2 When did you learn how to swim? 10 What was the first foreign country Who taught you how to swim? you visited? 3. When and why did you start 4 11 When was the last time you saw 3 learning English? something funny? What was it? Who else saw it? 4. What did you do at the weekend? Was it your typical weekend? 5 When did you go shopping? Did 12 Did you learn anything new you buy anything interesting? yesterday? What did you learn? 6 13 Who did you meet on your way to What did you do to celebrate the lesson? Did you talk to him or your birthday last year? her? 14. When was the last time you went 15 7 When was the last time you went 14 to an exhibition? to the theatre? What did you watch? How was it? 15. What did you read or watch yesterday? 8 When was the last time you 16 Did you call anybody last night? celebrated anything? What did Did anybody call you? you do on that day? FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 11. E Do you think you will learn another 9 When are you going to plan your 1 language one day? What language next trip? do you think it will be? When are you going to have some Are you going to do anything 2 10 rest? What are you going to do to interesting tonight? Is it going to be relax? a typical evening for you? 3. Do you think you will win this Are you going to watch some TV 4 11 3 game? tonight? What programme are you going to watch? 4. Who do you think will win this game? Why do you think so? Are you going to see your friends 5 any time soon? Where are you 12 Do you think your friends will call going to go? you after the lesson? Are you going to learn lots of Do you think it will rain tomorrow? 6 words today? Do you think you’ll 13 What weather do you think it will be remember them all? next week? Is your friend going to learn 14. English too? Are you going to talk 15 7 14 Where are you going to travel this English to your friends? year? 15. Who are you going to talk to tonight? Do you think you’ll visit an exotic When and where do you think 8 16 you will speak English next time? country one day? What country do you think it will be? FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 12. F 1 9 2 10 4 11 3 5 12 6 13 15 7 14 8 16 FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk
  • 13. G 1 9 2 10 4 11 3 5 12 6 13 15 7 14 8 16 FREE SAMPLE. Download all games at http://www.languageburger.co.uk

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