True or false
- The learner can understand if a statement is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’.
- The learner can make statements.
Two sheets of A4 paper: one with RIGHT written on it, the other with WRONG written on it.
- Hang one paper on one side of the classroom and the other paper on the opposite side.
- Put the tables and chairs aside for this exercise.
- Prepare some ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ statements. You can use all sorts of subjects/facts but make sure you know the correct answer.
- Adapt the statements to the level of the learners, e.g. using the past tense for more advanced learners.
- Let the learners move freely in the classroom.
- Launch a statement.
- Ask the learners to run to one of both papers, according to their answer.
- Close the exercise with a funny statement.
- Let the learners count their correct answers and find out who has won.
- Once the learners have understood the exercise, they can make statements themselves. Give them some time for it and go for a new
- Make the statements more difficult by using information about the learners, e.g. ‘Abu has two brothers’.
- Participate in the running and confuse the group by choosing the wrong
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