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Word shiritori means “word chain” in English. For example, first student says “apple”, second student says “English”, third student says “hot”… It’s a simple warm-upgame that a teacher gives them 5 minutes.

Latest revision as of 01:08, 19 February 2015

Teacher: Mitsuhiro Okumura

Class/Grade/Language Level: JHS

Textbook and specific lesson: none

Goal: warm-up

Preparation: none

Class time: 5 minutes

Word shiritori means “word chain” in English. For example, first student says “apple”, second student says “English”, third student says “hot”… It’s a simple warm-upgame that a teacher gives them 5 minutes.