New Headway Pre-Intermediate Revision Rotating Board game

 Worksheet 1- Playing Board

 

Different ways of saying the telephone number 080 3444 2211

Different ways of answering the phone

English study your partner had done before starting this course 

Romantic things that have happened to your partner 

START Things people said to your partner last weekend

Differences between American and British English

 

Ask your partner questions. 1 point for every “Yes, I have”

Things you have been doing longer than your partner

Ask your partner questions. 1 point for every “Yes, I am”

“How long” questions that your partner can answer (times longer than zero)

Ask your partner questions and score one point for every “Yes, I do”

Chat about your partner’s future wedding (1 point each time you speak)

True things about your partner’s past, present or future job

True sentences about your partner with “might”

You are a doctor and patient. 1 point for each time you speak

Things your partner would do if they were a prince/ princess

True “if… will…” sentences about your partner

Where your partner’s possession were made

True sentences about your partner with “get”

Materials your partner’s possession are made of

True sentences about your partner with “take”

True sentences about your partner with “the most…/ the …est”

True sentences about your partner with “used to”

Things that your partner is or used to be scared of

True sentences about your partner with “do”

True sentences about your partner with “make”

 

New Headway Pre-Intermediate Revision Rotating Board game

Worksheet 2- Rules of the Game

 

Summary of the game

Players go round and round the board (anticlockwise), scoring one point for each complete circle. You move by the number of true sentences you make.

 

Detailed rules

You need one board for each group of two to four people, and one counter (for example a coin or an eraser) each.

 

When it is your turn, try to make as many true sentences as you can about the topic in the box your counter is on. After each sentence your partner(s) will tell you if the sentence is true or not. If your partners say one of your sentence(s) is false, stop speaking and move on one square for each correct sentence you said, for example:

Student A “To get to your office go out of this door”

Student B “That’s right, one square”

A “Then turn left”

B “That’s correct, two squares”

A “Then go up to the 7th floor”

B “Sorry, that’s not right. My office is on the 8th floor. You can move 2 squares. Now it’s my turn”

 

Play now passes to the next person.

 

Continue playing until your teacher tells you to stop. The person who has the most points (has been around the board most times) is the winner.

 

New Headway Pre-Intermediate Revision Rotating Board game

Worksheet 3- Language Work

Note: This worksheet can be done before or after playing the game

 

Fill each gap in the example sentences from the game with one word:

 

“We’re getting married” “___________________!”

 

“I’m afraid we can’t come to your wedding” “That’s a _________!”

 

He told her that he ___________ been a boxer at university

 

“Can I speak to John, please?” “______________” “Hi John , this is Phillip”

 

How long have you __________ living in your present house?

 

If you were a prince, ____________ you have lots of servants?

 

Are you _________ tallest person in your family?

 

Can you ___________ me a favour?

 

“Where are you going on holiday? “I haven’t _________ up my mind yet”

 

“Do you ____________ angry if you have to wait too long?”

 

Did your mother tell ____________ that you had to do your homework?

 

__________ you studied in a language school before you started this course?

 

This suit __________________ made in Saville Row in London

 

This suit ___________________ made of pure wool

 

“Do you have any brothers or sisters?” “Yes, I ______________”

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