Number one for English language teachers

Grammar: Card game for countables and uncountables

Developing skills relating to, asking for and giving information about quantities, degrees of quantities, speaking about containers and places where things are put.

Time: 20 to 30 minutes

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  • Hi there, I still find it unclear.
    1) Is 'one set of matches or tokens' per group meant to be whole set of the vocab cards? If so, do teachers select what cards become tokens?
    2) When a student gets all cards matching is she then to choose one
    from the table that goes with the lot in hand?
    Thanks

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for your comment.

    'Matches or tokens' are not vocab cards. They are simply small objects that are used in this game to represent points for the students.

    When the student gets all cards matching, they then need to pick up on of the tokens from the table.

    Best wishes,

    The onestopenglish team

  • Hi there, I still find it unclear.
    1) Is 'one set of matches or tokens' per group meant to be whole set of the vocab cards? If so, do teachers select what cards become tokens?
    2) When a student gets all cards matching is she then to choose one
    from the table that goes with the lot in hand?
    Thanks

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  • Hello rita54,

    Thank you very much for bringing this to our attention. We have updated the teacher's notes to hopefully make the game clearer.

    Best wishes and happy teaching,

    The onestopenglish team

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  • The description of this game is confusing and not possible.
    All cards are dealt to the students.
    The students pass a card which they don't want to the student on the right.
    The first student who thinks they have all countable or uncountable cards should reach for a match in the middle of the table.
    What match? Where is there any explanation about something or anything, being in the middle of the table.

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