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Transcript
Written/Oral Comprehension Games – Verb Review
1. The teacher:
a. writes a list of verbs on the board
b. asks students to review those verbs (either individually or in groups)
c. writes a sentence on the board that describes a group of those verbs
i. Things we do with our feet
ii. Things we do alone, etc.
d. asks students to make a list of the verbs that fit into that sentence
(either individually or in groups)
e. gives the students a specific amount of time to complete that task
f. checks the students’ lists, giving one point per correctly spelled verb
i. any verb that was gathered by other students, however,
doesn’t count for a point
g. gives the students another sentences that describes certain verbs
and students complete the same activity
2. At the end of the game, the student team with the greatest number of
points wins
Varations:
a. This game can be completed with verbs, adjectives and nouns
b. The teacher can omit writing the verbs on the board, and have
students review verbs from their notes or a text in groups