Architecture rotating revision board game

See the next page for the rules.  

Words to describe lines

Rooms

External features of buildings

Changes in Tokyo during your lifetime

START

Sentences describing this building that your partners agree with

Janglish connected to architecture and its British or American versions

 

Sentences describing Chiba that your partners agree with

Architecture words which have different meanings in Japanese and English

Sentences about British homes that your partners agree with

2D shapes

3D shapes

 

Dimensions

Types of house

 

Storage in a house

Types of roof

 

Words connected to floors

True sentences about where your partner is living

Words connected to going up and down in buildings

Cities your partner wouldn’t like to live in

Different kinds of lighting

Cities your partner would like to live in

Building materials

Important factors when choosing a city that your partner agrees with

Kinds of accommodation

Negative things about Tokyo that your partner agrees with

Negative adjectives to describe cities

Positive adjectives to describe cities

Cities your partner wouldn’t like to visit

Cities your partner would like to visit

Positive things about Tokyo that your partner agrees with

 Instructions

Everyone put a counter each on the Start square. To move, students must make correct sentences that match the instructions in the box they are on, stopping counting the first time they make a mistake. For example, if they say three things that their partner agrees with about this building and then their partner disagrees with their fourth statement they can move three squares clockwise and their next task will be to name 3D shapes.

The first person to get all the way round the board and the person who is leading when the teacher stops the game is the winner.

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PDF version for easy printing: Architecture rotating revision board game

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