Monopoly Quiz

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In this lesson:

-Discuss about board games and monopoly
-You are going to read about ‘Monopoly’ 
-Complete a vocabulary activity.
-Do the quiz 🙂 

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Discussion:
-Do you like playing board games?
-What board games do you usually 
play?
-Have you ever played monopoly 
 before? If so, did you win or lose? 

 

Activity 1: Pre-task
Vocabulary building
Read the sentences and match the numbers 1-9 with a-i.

1. The price of property has risen enormously
2. They went bankruptin 2009, and I had no money to buy my rent.
3. As a child he was dominated by his father.
4. Competitive games can relax the mind if approached the right way.
5. The demanded equal rights and justice.
6. Who invented the mobile phones?
 7. There are two versions of the game, a long one and a short one.
8.She was absent for nine consecutive days.
9. My favourite board game is Monopoly
1. Property a.to control or have a lot of influence over somebody/something, especially in an unpleasant way
2. Bankrupt b.the fair treatment of people
3. Dominate c. to produce or design something that has not existed before
4. Competitive d.following one after another in a series, without interruption
5. Justice e.used to describe a situation in which people or organizations compete against each other
6. Invent f. land and buildings
7. Version g. any game played on a board, often using dice and small pieces that are moved around
8. Consecutive h.without enough money to pay what you owe
9. Board game I. a form of something that is slightly different from an earlier form or from other forms of the same thing




Read again and do the quiz. Good luck 🙂

General knowledge Quiz

Summer Spootlight: English summer camps are underway and English classes to keep students busy and help them to deeply explore can be found here. 
Description:This lesson plan is organised around the theme of General knowledge and interesting facts 

Level: Intermediate

Learners: Teenagers
Theme: General knowledge
Language:Pronunciation, Intonation
Skills: Reading, Writing (pair-work), 
Materials: Quiz, activity, A3 paper for the ‘snakes and ladders’ 

 General knowledge Quiz: Challenge to get started.

Activity 1: Ask learners to complete the following quiz individually.

WHAT TO YOU KNOW? (every correct answer is 10 points)
Tenses and auxiliary verbs:

General knowledge

Answers the questions in the quiz

  1. When did the modern Olympic Games start?
  2. 1806
    1896
    1922

  3. How long does it take for the sun’s rays to reach the Earth?
  4. 8 minutes
    8 hours
    8 days

  5. If you are flying over the international Date Line, which ocean is below you?
  6. The Atlantic Ocean
    The Pacific Ocean
    The Indian Ocean

  7. Where were glasses invented?
  8. Mexico
    Italy
    China

  9. How many times Brazil won the World Cup?
  10. five
    six
    four

  11. What doesn’t a vegetarian eat?
  12. bread
    tomatoes
    meat

  13. What was John Lenon doing when he was assassinated?
  14. performing on stage
    recording an album
    returning to his apartment

  15. Which language is spoken by the most people in the world?
  16. Spanish
    Chinese
    English

  17. Why didn’t Nelson Mandela become president of South Africa until he was 76 years old?
  18. becuase he was in prison
    because he was a lawyer
    because he didn’t like politics

  19. How long have people been sending emails ?
  20. since the 1960s
    since the 1970s
    since the 1990s

Quiz answers: 1. 1, 2. 1, 3. 2, 4. 2, 5. 1, 6. 3, 7. 3, 8. 2, 9. 1, 10. 2.
Activity 2:  Ask learners to correct the information in the sentences. Allow 5 minutes to students to complete the activity read them out loud, ask learners to notice the stress and intonation and practise in pairs saying the sentences. 

Activity 3:  Ask learners to work in groups and make a knowledge quiz. If you have enough time you can create a snakes and ladders on a A3 paper and play the game (Teenagers love snakes and ladders). Why don’t you give it a go?

Activity 4: Ask learners to complete the activity. Class discussion on the meaning of the social expressions.

 

Happy summer