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Relative Pronouns Game With Instructions

Aim: To practice the use of relative clauses (who, which, that, when and where)
Interaction: Individually or in groups
Exercise type: Filling in the gaps
Language: B1
Time: 10-15 minutes
Materials: Slideshow, 5 pieces of paper for each student, markers
Procedure: 1. Give each student 5 pieces of paper.
2. Instruct the students to write down a different relative pronoun (that, who, which, when or where) on each of the 5 pieces of paper that they have. Recommend the students to use colorful markers and write in big letters that are visible from a distance.
3. You will be showing your students slides with sentences on them. Each sentence is missing a relative pronoun.
4. Display the slide with the first sentence on it. Allow some time for your students to read the sentence and to come up with a missing relative pronoun. The students need to raise the paper with a suitable relative pronoun up in the air as soon as possible.
5. In some cases two variants are possible. If this is the case, the students need to raise two pieces of paper.
6. The first three students to raise correct papers get an extra point.
7. The person with the top score at the end of the game wins!

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Relative Pronouns Game With Instructions

  1. 1. Relative Clauses Practice game edutainesl.wordpress.com
  2. 2. Instructions • Get 5 pieces of paper to each player. • On each of the 5 pieces of paper write down one relative pronoun (that, who, which, when or where). Use colorful markers and write in big letters that are visible from a distance. • You will see a slide with a sentence. Each sentence is missing a relative pronoun. • Raise the paper with a suitable relative pronoun up in the air as soon as possible. • In some cases two variants are possible. If this is the case, raise up in the air two pieces of paper. • The first three players to raise correct papers get an extra point. • The person with the top score wins!
  3. 3. The couple _________ live next door have six cats.
  4. 4. I've been on a number of business trips this year. A couple of _____ were to Mexico.
  5. 5. Tandori is a restaurant _____ we first met.
  6. 6. Tandori is a restaurant ______ was mentioned in the news.
  7. 7. We often visit our aunt in Haifa ________ is a city in Israel.
  8. 8. We often visit our aunt ______ lives in Haifa, Israel.
  9. 9. 2006 was the year _____ their child was born.
  10. 10. 2006 is the year ______ is very important to them.
  11. 11. February 14 is the day _____ people give cards and flowers to the ones they love.
  12. 12. February 14 was the day _____ we first met.
  13. 13. • Answers 1. Who/that 2. Which/that 3. Where 4. Which/that 5. Which/that 6. Who/that 7. When/that 8. That 9. When 10. that
  14. 14. Developed by Alina Dashkewitz edutainesl.wordpress.com Template by articulate.com Images by openclipart.org

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