BACKS TO THE BOARD
GREAT FUN FOR YOUNG LEARNERS / YOUNG TEENAGERS & PRE-INTERMEDIATE ADULTS (CEFR A2+)
*how to play:instructions at the bottom of the page
VOCAB: butterfly, bedroom, costume, drums, earrings, electric guitar, farmer, knife, mask, mechanic, nurse, rope, saxophone, soap, sunglasses, snake, temple, theatre, tiger, vase, waiter, zebra
VOCAB: bathroom, can, chef, crayon, crocodile, dining room, ice cream, jeans, Jupiter, lion, Mars, packet, pizza, photographer, police station, rubber, scientist, skirt, spider, train driver, trumpet, violin
VOCAB: banana, basketball court, bicycle, books, camera, coffee, Earth, football, glasses, hotel, money, museum, rhino, rugby ball, tablet, television, train, scooter, shoes, smart phone, suitcase, swimming pool
VOCAB: airplane, astronaut, chair, cheese grater, cherry, clock, coral, desk, knife, needle, picture, planet, radio, robot, rocket, rubber, ruler, toaster, star, statue, strawberry, U.F.O.
FOR TEENAGERS & INTERMEDIATE ADULTS (CEFR B1+)
VOCAB: air conditioner, alarm clock, balloons, blood, cabbage, caravan, cherries, credit cards, crown, cushion, dice, garlic, gold, grass, hair-dryer, mango, necklace, passport, rings, rose, tent, tickets, vase
VOCAB: basketball court, celery, clarinet, corkscrew, cushion, detective, football pitch, hair-dryer, headphones, ghost, golf ball, kitten, nail clippers, pen drive, puppy, rugby ball, tram, trumpet, stapler, scooter, ship, speaker
VOCAB: autograph, basketball, ceiling, door, doorbell, fork, fridge-freezer, India, Italy, mattress, microchip, oven, penguin, pillow, reindeer, roof, spoon, tyre, wheel, window, wire, volleyball
How to play:
Split your class into 2 teams. Get the students, in turns to sit in the hot-chair in front of the whiteboard facing the others. The others in the team say one phrase or sentence each describing the object until the one in the hot-chair guesses correctly. Then the students swap places for the hot-chair. 1 point per correct answer. All students can pass but if you pass on the vocabulary they don´t get that point.
Allow 2-3 minutes per team. Use this great classroom timer!