字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello and welcome to the Teachers room show. It's buying teachers. Four teachers. I'm Sean. This is Caliban caliber And this episode stopping ISS Practicing grammar can be fun. Really? Oh, yeah. So here's a versatile activities that you can do to teach almost any grandma. Yes, and they get students up and moving and they don't require many resources. Okay, are fair square. My practice game is change places. If this is good because it gets you end up moving on its competitive love coming I want I want I want all the street and stand in the circle. Eight students stands on a piece of paper except the one in the middle who says Change places if the then people standing on the paper. If it's true for them, they have to run and stand on a new piece of paper on the person who doesn't get a new piece. May be standard has been one editor in the middle and this is really good Practicing all sorts of grammar like tenses. For example, change places Think you were late to school this morning? Yes. Present perfect change places if you've ever climbed amounted. You're in the middle of my turn. You could also play invisible question. Sounds like a good idea, but I don't see it's gonna work, Theo to a pre students go out to the classroom. Okay. On a teacher writes a question on the boards. Okay. And then the students were still in the class. You have to answer the question in their heads. Gotcha. Memoir. Then the teacher rubs out the question so it's invisible. Who were outside. Come back in and they have to guess what? The question was based on the answers on the students in the class three. Use it. A little sorts of forms. Tenses additional. Okay, guys, keep quiet. Think of an answer. Okay. What's your answer, Dan? I would look at the i d inside and find out who it belongs to. How about you marry? Oh, I take the money crazy. Wario and Maria had handed to the police. I know. What would you do if you found money on the streets? A pass on the streets? I want it on the street. Bingo. Our third activities plane line up. So the students have to talk to each other and get in line in order. Based on a topic you set them. So, for example, you could get past tenses. Like who woke up earlier? Just latest cyst. Oh, you can do present. Perfect. How long have you been in the UK? How long have you been in the UK Down? I've been here for three months. I've been here four months. Married about 27 years. Okay, Mario, you're in front. This week's tip comes from comedian. Thank you. Take it away. My teeth is using mind maps at the beginning of a new class with new students, I give them a mind map. We'd key information about myself on They have to ask me. Yes, no questions. And then they draw their my maps about themselves and it's my turn to be curious. Thank you very much. T shirt is on its way to you, but we want more tips. Keep sending them go to BBC learning english dot com to find out how now Down before you go. What is all this? What will these toys? You need to start getting rid of them.