Where is Doraemon
Practice rooms in the school by guessing where Doraemon is
Submitted by UonumaRobert
January 20, 2021
Inspired: Snorlax Eating Game - Food Vocabulary Review
Estimated time: 20 minutes
This is for Let's Try Two Lesson Eight.
Put the students into groups. Assign each group a color; red, orange, yellow, green, sky blue, blue, purple, pink or white.
Click to introduce the first three rooms cards. Tell the students Doraemon is hiding in one of these rooms. In their group they pick one of the cards and one member comes to the teacher and says 'Pink team, the classroom.' teacher then checks that color under that card. After each team has come have the students ask 'Where is Doraemon?' and you click forward once to reveal Doraemon. All the teams that guessed correctly get a point. You can keep track of the points on the board.
Then go onto the next slide and the next three cards.
If you click on the color box a star appears. If you click on the star it disappears.
If you have a class with fewer than 9 groups I'd suggest erasing some of the boxes and stars and changing some of colors that don't show up well on the screen such as orange.
If your class is more advanced you can use more advanced sentences such as 'team pink, Doraemon is in the classroom' or 'team pink, I like the classroom'
It is helpful to cut out a color card for each group.
SCHOOL TOUR Worksheet and Powerpoint
Powerpoint starts with the keyword game to review the room vocabulary. Key word game is the eraser grab game. Click on a card and a star appears. You say the rooms and the students repeat but if you say the word with a star rather than repeat they grab their eraser. Can be done in pairs, groups or just individually against the teacher.
The slideshow then demonstrates the school tour activity. This is done in pairs with a time limit. They can use their eraser as a figure and take turns guiding each other around the school. Say the room and then check it. After a set amount of time we see how many rooms everyone visited. I think that was how I used it. Honestly the brain is a little foggy this morning.
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really cute game! but have to ask whats the school tour doc for?
Ah, good question. I guess I forgot to write about it at the time. If I remember correctly we weren't allowed to do the usual school tour where the students guide the ALT around the school because the class was too wild. So I think they took turns in pairs guiding lego figures around the pretend school on the worksheet. Then checking off each room they managed to visit.
Thanks, I've added info on it and the powerpoint I used to demonstrate it.
Thank you! My HRT asked for ideas for this unit and I'm going to use this! Great activity.