FeaturesA teacher’s guide for teachers who want to make learning basic grammar rules fun.
The students can learn grammar rules while enjoying a variety of games. There are 17 games based around the grammar that gets taught between the second grade of junior high school and first grade of high school in Japan. The book also contains useful cards and copiable pages. It is very useful to learn grammar rules while learning listening, speaking and reading, to gain an understanding of the language from another aspect.
●Games played with no props needed
Bee Swatter (Verb “to be”: Present, Past, Future Tenses), “Teddy Bear” (Comparative Adjectives and Adverbs), Arguing (Comparative Adjectives and Adverbs), Take the Right Seat (Infinitives and Gerunds), Finger Play (Five Sentence Patterns)
●Games played using worksheets
How Many.. ?? (Adjectives), Maze (Infinitives and Gerunds),”Bingo” (Irregular Verbs), Nonsense (Passive Voice), Tense Map (Verb Tenses)
●Games using cards
S-L-O-W (Five Verb Forms), “Go Fish” (Five Verb Forms),”Find the Ending” (Separated Connectors), 12 Tenses Game (Verb Tenses), Sentence Making (Five Sentence Patterns), “Hanafuda” Game (Nouns and Modifiers), “Old Maid” (Relative Pronouns)