12 Apr Subject Verb Agreement Battleship
Learn the word “battleship” and show students, if possible, an image of the original game, as it will help many people in the concept. Although the ESL battleships game is best suited to different forms of “be,” you could also use the game to practice other irregular basic verbs with beginners like having, walking or doing. The ESL battleships game is designed for the practice of subject verb chord with the verb of being. To focus exclusively on the verb, use emotions and emotions as columns. Students have to choose the correct form of the verb for each subject, for example.B. Donna is tired? or are Mr. and Mrs. Andrews bored?. It`s also a great way to practice the questions. Draw a 6×6 grid on the board.
Label each line with a variety of different topics (z.B. Donna, Mr and Mrs Andrews, You, I, Steve, We). Label each column with emotions and emotions (z.B. happy, sad, tired) or activities (basic verb – e.g. B running errands, playing football, watching a movie). Fill some of the squares by drawing battleships on them. You can play with either hulled ships (easier for young students) or a few ships of different sizes (as in the original). If they use ships covering several squares, teach the phrase “You sank my battleship!” If you select a line and a column, you model a few questions in your target language, z.B. Is Donna tired? Or do you play football? Show the process of searching for the corresponding quadreme to see if there is a battleship. If there is, model the right positive response, z.B.
Yes, she is, and draw a tic in the square. If not, model the negative, z.B. No, they`re not, and draw a cross. By using activities rather than emotions, you can also practice the present continuously or the future with. For example, for the field of the series “Marcus” and “Play tennis”, Marcus plays tennis? Or is Marcus going to play tennis?. Do you have an image or video of this activity in action? How about catching another time if you use it? We would be happy to submit your applications – find out more here. Great explanations and examples. I knew this game in MFL, but I didn`t know how to adapt it or apply it thanks.