So and neither Answer me

So do I

Neither/ Nor do I

So am I

Neither/ Nor am I

So would I

Neither/ Nor would I

So have I

Neither/ Nor have I

So did I

Neither/ Nor did I

So can I

Neither/ Nor can I

So will I

Neither/ Nor will I

So could I

Neither/ Nor could I

So was I

Neither/ Nor was I

So had I

Neither/ Nor had I

So do I

Neither/ Nor do I

So am I

Neither/ Nor am I

So would I

Neither/ Nor would I

So have I

Neither/ Nor have I

So did I

Neither/ Nor did I

So can I

Neither/ Nor can I

So will I

Neither/ Nor will I

So could I

Neither/ Nor could I

So was I

Neither/ Nor was I

So had I

Neither/ Nor had I

Teacher’s instructions

 

Cut up one pack of cards per 2 students (there are two packs on each sheet) and remove any cards that you don’t want to cover or haven’t presented. Ask them to shuffle and deal out 5 cards per person. They can look at their cards but shouldn’t show them to their partner. They have to make statements about themselves that they think will also be true to their partner, e.g. “I don’t like eating frogs”. They can discard a card if their partner answers with the expression that is on their card. If the opposite is true of their partner they should say “Really, I do/ don’t/ am/ aren’t” etc. The first person with no cards is the winner.

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2 Responses to So and neither Answer me

  1. So, Neither

    Thanks boss. I would certainly have used this great game on friday (being the day after tomorrow :)).

    ‘Freer practice’ is the tag. I think perhaps the tutor might ‘bash me’ for being over-imaginative: is early days on my CELTA. I’ll keep head-scratching with the task, should scrape my assessment, eh? All the best.

    I’ll be back.

  2. alexcase says:

    I don’t think there’s anything particularly radical or un-CELTA-y about this, but it’s definitely controlled practice. Some of these ideas might work for freer practice:
    http://edition.tefl.net/ideas/teaching/things-in-common/
    https://tefltastic.wordpress.com/worksheets/technical-english/technology-in-common/
    https://tefltastic.wordpress.com/worksheets/natural-english/nat-eng-u6/education-work-in-common/

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