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Procedure : Group Activity
Looking at the picture on the left, let's play the guessing game. I have some pictures. Look at this picture. What is he doing? Guess what he is doing and say like this: He is running. I think he is running. Is he running? Is he walking? Is he jumping? You can not see all the parts of the body. I will uncover the picture step by step. What is he doing now? He is running. No, he isn't. What is he doing now? Is he jumping? Yes, he is. He is jumping. The members of each group should ask Yes/No questions beginning with "Is he or is she--?" They should try to guess what he or she is doing. If the guessing is right, the leader in each group should say, Yes, he/she is. If the guessing is incorrect, the leader should say, No, he/she isn't. Now let's make groups of 6. You are in groups of six already. First, the group leader should have the cards and showing each card step by step, she should do the activity. The other students in the group should ask questions like this: Is he jumping? Is he listening to music? Is he playing the piano? etc. The leader should not show all the parts of the picture at first. Step by step, she should uncover the picture so that the others can guess what the picture is about. Ready. let's go. Are you finished? OK.

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Would you check the group activity above? I'd like to use correct English expressions. If there are any errors, correct them, please.

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    "Looking at the picture on the left, let's play the guessing game. I have some pictures. Look at this picture. What is he doing? Guess what he is doing and say something like this: He is running."

    The rest looks fine.

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