More Grammar Games - Rinvolucri Mario

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More Grammar Games - Rinvolucri Mario
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Anotace: Kopírovatelná kniha plná zábavných her a aktivit zaměřených na procvičování gramatiky. Beginner to Upper-intermediate, Advanced. Popis: This resource book for teachers contains an exciting collection of activities which present and practise vital grammatical content in an original way. Each game is clearly introduced with a summary specifying the area of grammar to be practised, the level it is aimed at, the time required and the material needed. The activity is then presented using a step-by-step approach. • A wealth of lively grammar activities reflecting humanistic and affective teaching techniques. • Nine sections offering a variety of activities to suit different learning styles. • Over 80 games for EFL students of all ages. • Ideas for using fun grammar activities in monolingual and multilingual classrooms. • Easy to follow instructions for games requiring little preparation. • Contains many photocopiable worksheets, cards and games. • Written by well-known practising EFL teachers, trainers and writers.ContentsINTRODUCTION; SECTION 1 COMPETITIVE GAMES 1.1 Betting on grammar horses; 1.2 Happy grammar families; 1.3 Grammar Reversi; 1.4 Three from six grammar quiz; 1.5 Present perfect love story; 1.6 Spoof; 1.7 Student created text; 1.8 Speed; 1.9 I challenge; 1.10 The triangle game; SECTION 2 COGNITIVE GAMES (SILENT WAY) 2.1 One becomes two; 2.2 Mind-reading; 2.3 Weed-read; 2.4 Don't 'she' me; 2.5 Final word; 2.6 DIY word order; 2.7 Body tense map; 2.8 Shunting words; 2.9 Mending sentences; 2.10 Hinged sentences; 2.11 Spot the differences; 2.12 Self-generated language; SECTION 3 FEELINGS AND GRAMMAR 3.1 Achievements; 3.2 Typical questions; 3.3 Did you write that?; 3.4 Who wrote what about me?; 3.5 In-groups and out-groups; 3.6 Verbs for extroverts; 3.7 To versus ing; 3.8 Telling people what they feel; 3.9 Reported advice; 3.10 Impersonating members of a set; 3.11 Choosing the passive; 3.12 A sprinkling of people; 3.13 Us lot; 3.14 Lack; 3.15 Haves and have nots; 3.16 Picture the past; 3.17 Passive verbs; SECTION 4 LISTENING TO PEOPLE (GRAMMAR IN A COUNSELLING FRAME) 4.1 Whose am I?; 4.2 No backshift; 4.3 Incomparable; 4.4 Round the circle; 4.5 Eyes shut; 4.6 One question behind; 4.7 Intensive talk; 4.8 Two against the group; SECTION 5 MOVEMENT AND GRAMMAR 5.1 Real time; 5.2 Sit down then; 5.3 Do you like your neighbours' words?; 5.4 Turn round quick; 5.5 Only if ...; 5.6 Future chairs; 5.7 If + present perfect; 5.8 If you had the chance; 5.9 Moving ludo (Pashisi); SECTION 6 MEANING AND TRANSLATION 6.1 Iffy sentences; 6.2 Two-faced sentences; 6.3 Grammar homophones; 6.4 Written conversations; 6.5 The world of take; 6.6 Coherence poems; 6.7 Two-word verbs; SECTION 7 PROBLEM SOLVING 7.1 The woman on the roof; 7.2 Umbrella; 7.3 Eyes; 7.4 A dictionary game; 7.5 Near future seen from distant future; SECTION 8 CORRECTION 8.1 Just a minute; 8.2 Correction letters; 8.3 Reformulation; 8.4 Mistakes mirror; 8.5 Hand on hand; SECTION 9 PRESENTATION 9.1 Listening to time; 9.2 Guess the sentence; 9.3 Grammar letters; 9.4 'The' and 'a'; 9.5 Word order dictation; 9.6 Guess my grammar; 9.7 Teacherless task; 9.8 Puzzle stories; BIBLIOGRAPHY.