Teaching sports vocabulary focusing on "can you" questions
badminton, baseball, basketball, tenpin bowling, cycling, football, golf, gymnastics, horse riding, ice hockey, judo, skiing, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, water polo, windsurfing
Introduce sports vocabulary to students first. After students have learned different sports you can ask random questions such as: Can you play basketball? Do you like to play football? Who can play tennis? e.g.. Students answer “Yes, I can …. “, when they can do the action or “No. I cannot ….”, when they cannot do the action, “Yes, I do like to play football” or “I can play tennis”.
Sports vocabulary; describing situations, people and actions; grammar; sentence structure; word-picture association; early reading; conjunctions; like and dislike; favourites
Car Race - Arrange the flash cards in a long line with starting and finishing points. Give each student a counter. The first student throws the dice and moves. The student must say the word on the flashcard they land on. If the student makes a mistake, they go back to start. Add colored paper between cards to represent "take another turn" and assign a crash number like #4 on the dice which means the student must return to the beginning.
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