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We use different cards with pictures of fruit on them, for example: banana, apple…
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cards with the same pictures, so you have to find your partner (who has the same
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Memory game[1].fruit

  1. 1. Memory gameMemory game Material: We use different cards with pictures of fruit on them, for example: banana, apple… (Always two cards with the same picture) Procedure: In order to learn the names of the fruit you have to prepare flashcards with pictures. You show the pupils the flashcard and let them repeat the name of the fruit shown on this card. You do this with all the fruit and then you start the game. Every child gets five matchsticks. With closed eyes he or she has to pull a memory card, which tells him/her what fruit it is. There are always two cards with the same picture. The pupils have to run around and ask, for example: ”Are you a banana?” If the answer is “No I am not” the pupil who was asking, has to give a matchstick to his/her partner and has to carry on asking another one. If a child gets a positive answer (“Yes I am), this pair is allowed to sit down. In the end all pairs have to count their matchsticks. The winner is this pair, who has the most matchsticks left. Children’s Language points: Banana, apple, pears, plums, strawberry, orange, pin apple, kiwi Teacher’s language points: Every one of you gets five matchsticks from me. Then you have to close your eyes and pull a memory card. This card tells you which fruit you are. There are always two
  2. 2. cards with the same pictures, so you have to find your partner (who has the same card as you). Then you have to run around and ask a child, for example: “Peter, are you a banana?” If Peter answers: “No, I am not” you have to give Peter one of your matchsticks to Peter and you have to carry on asking another one. If Peter answers: “Yes, I am”, Peter and you can sit down. In the end all pairs have to count their matchsticks. The winner is this pair, who has the most matchsticks left. Aims: The pupils should be able to  identify and name the fruit  ask questions with the right phrase  pronounce, communicate and count in English

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