Simon Says

A game in which students perform actions according to the teacher's commands, but only if the command is followed by the phrase, "Simon says."

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Originally submitted by Elem ALT team on Jun 19, 2007.


-Teach the target language with the appropriate corresponding gestures.
- The ALT says, for example, "Simon says, 'Jump,'" so all of the students must jump. Every so often, omit the phrase "Simon says" before the command. In this case, students must not obey the command. Any student who moves at the wrong time or performs the wrong action must sit down.
- Play until one or two students are left standing or until it becomes boring.
- Practice with the students for a while to make sure understand the rules to the game. Show them how to respond to the commands. Then start the real game.


-Change 'Simon' to your own name. Well, unless your real name is Simon.
- Stop performing the actions. The students must remember the correct actions, unless the ALT does an action to psyche out the really good players or the HRT who is usually having about the same amount of fun as the students.

概要: 先生が"Simon says"と言う命令をするにとって生徒は動作をします。


  • 適切な対応する身振りと単語を教える。
  • 例えば、ALTは"Simon says, 'jump"を言うと全部の生徒が跳ばなければならない。時々命令だけを言うと"Simon says"を言わない。その時、生徒は命令をしてはならない。間違った生徒は座る。
  • 1-2生徒を残すまでにゲームを続けるまたは生徒はつまらなくなる時にゲームを終わりする。
  • 生徒はゲームのルールを理解するために何回に練習する。命令ことを応答する方法を教えてからゲームを始まる。


  • 自分の名前を使い、もし、ALTの本名がSIMONでなければ...
  • ゲームをする途中にALTは動作を止めます。生徒は正しい動作を習えなければなりませんが時々ALTは間違い動作をしてもいいです。それは、もっと生徒に挑戦するかもしれません。
Submitted by Englipedia Archive June 25, 2019 Estimated time: 10 min

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