Updated 1 January 2018
I almost certainly didn’t make this game up, but I publically challenge anyone to prove that they’ve overexploited it as much as me!
The rules are incredibly simple: Students complete at least some of the sentence stems that their teacher gives them (e.g. “I would be happier if…” or “I always…”), then read out some examples of what they have written (but not the original sentence stem) so that the other students can guess which sentence stem they wrote that in. More confident classes can do the same game without the initial writing stage and/ or make up similar whole sentences for their partners to guess the start of without any help.
It’s fun and personalised, and uses a mix of skills. What more could you ask for?
Some of the many many possible uses available as ready-to-use worksheets here:
Other grammar points
Verb patterns personalised guessing game (Pre-Int version – with version 2 there the sentence completing version)
Other language points
Country and nationality words sentence completion games (bluffing game and two guessing games) – NEW
The TEFLtastic Classics posts are occasional collections of my worksheets and other ideas that I find myself coming back to all the time. Click on the tag of that name below for the rest of the series.