- Just realised that the fonts aren't showing despite embedding it into the PPT, here's the link to download them:
#1 Minecraft Ten: https://www.fontspace.com/minecraft-ten-font-f40317
#2: Porky's: https://www.dafont.com/porky-s.font
- Fixed some awkward slide transitions
- Fixed some more slide transitions to make it run smoothly
All fonts are now embedded in PPT file.
Link to download PPT (over 40mb): https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1TA20KF0Uj_mdof2tRyGIJjGQJdOd3CP8?usp=sharing
Includes link to download Let's talk 2 (1年) and Small Talk 1 (1年)
- Desk arrangement is needed to form groups
- Preparation time is required to make board game questions and worksheet (worksheet questions is optional)
--> Printed Boardgame (A3 Size) (if possible, laminate them)
--> [OPTIONAL] Pen caps (from Seria or Daiso) See last slide in PPT for more info
--> Dice (1 per group or 1 per person depending on how many you have)
For detailed notes on how to play this game, it's all included in the notes section (PPT file).
- Make groups (If possible 3 or 4 in each group that way the game can progress faster. If that’s not possible the standard 5 or 6 members in a group is perfectly fine.)
- Have students decide the order in their team (give them about 30 secs).
- Last 5-10 mins, tell the class that coins are now worth double the amount! Also give them an extra dice to roll.
- [OPTIONAL] Announce the winner (the ones who got the most coins in each group)
- [OPTIONAL] If you have questions prepared for students to review what they learnt on the worksheet, use the last 5-10 mins for students to ‘cool down’
NOTE: Instead of having the questions written on the boardgame itself, you can make question cards for students to pick up after they rolled the dice.
I did do this in the past, but it took longer for me to cut out and prepare question cards for every single group and it was a little annoying for me to carry to different schools.
Questions You Can Include:
- Word Translation – Student needs to say the word in Japanese/English.
- Sentence Translation – Student needs to say the sentence in Japanese/English.
- Picture Dictionary – Student must say what the picture is
- ABAB Dialogue – The student on the left is A and the student in play is B, they will read the dialogue together
- Q&A – The student on the left will ask the question to the student currently in play
- Name… – The student must name 2-3 things from a specified category (E.g. Name 3 fruits)
- Alphabet & Numbers - Place letters and numbers randomly on the board (Animals, colours, shapes, pretty much anything from the ES Picture Dictionary)
That's it! :)
Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you!