Do you like your neighbors?

by Karina Garcia
(Guayaquil, Ecuador)

This is a very fun and exciting game that I don't even remember who taught me but it works perfectly all the time. I like this game because it's not only a game to have some fun, but it's also a game that allows you to practice the vocabulary or grammar structures you're teaching.


Procedure:

- Students make a circle with their chairs (or just sitting on the floor).
- The two students next to you, one on your left and the other one on your right, become "your neighbors".
- There is one student standing in the center of the circle.
- The student who is in the center asks to one of the students in the circle: "do you like your neighbors?"
- If the answer is negative, his/her neighbors must switch their places (the one who said the answer doesn't move) while the student in the center tries to take one of the neighbors' chairs.
- If the answer is affirmative, the student who is giving the answer must include a characteristic or an action (yes, I do. But I don't like people who have black hair). At that moment, students with black hair must switch places.

It's a really interesting, fun and also pedagogical game.
(pedagogical - of, relating to, or befitting a teacher or education)

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Icebreaker Book Competition.


 

Mftrou.com Home | Contact | About | Privacy | Site Map


copyright @ mftrou.com