This fun activity can help open up communication with and among students about their feelings. It also helps build students' vocabulary and their confidence in using their full vocabulary range.
To the Teacher: This activity can help open up communication with and among students about their feelings. It also helps build students' vocabulary and their confidence in using their full vocabulary range.
1. Class Discussion about Expressing Feelings
2. Select Scribes
3. Demonstrate a Charade
4. Class Charades
5. Post-Game Discussion
- Did you like the game?
- What was fun about it? What didn't you like?
- What did you notice about the game?
- Did we always guess the right word?
- Did we often guess the same words over and over? Which ones?
6. Reviewing the Class's Work
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