### Description:

This is a group quiz designed to have the students practice the **reduced relative clause**_ using the **present participle**. The students must listen to a hint by the ALT and then search their textbooks for the described pictures.

### Requirements:

- The students need their textbooks.
- You need a list of hints and the page numbers on which you find them.

### Procedure:

- Make groups and decide the order of students.
- The ALT says a hint for the students to find in their textbooks. (Ex: Can you find the girl playing tennis?)
- Students search through their textbooks to find the pictures.
- Then they come to the ALT with their textbook and show the picture.
- If they found the picture their team gets a point.
- Check the answer (using an overhead projector or the digital textbook).

### Tips & Advice:

- First, practice with the whole class (before making groups). Give the students a hint, and let them find the picture in their books. Then check the answer using the overhead projector or digital textbook.
- Use easy-to-find hints in the beginning, and mix in harder hints as time goes on.

### Sample Hints:

These hints are from the **New Crown 3** textbook.

**Can you find...?**

- children playing the saxophone: p5
- a girl making dresses: p9
- a girl sleeping in the park: 37
- children using a tablet: p57
- and so on...

Nice low prep and uses the book the students are all have in their desks.

This is a really clever idea! It's easy to explain. I made a worksheet for it, so I'll submit it and link it.

Thanks, Jake & Robert. It can be expanded or reduced, depending on how much time you want to spend on it. I'm thinking about doing it for a warm-up activity for some JHS 1st year classes soon (to practice using ~ing).

When I did this with my usually pretty apathetic 3rd years, they asked if we could keep going. I had intended to use it as a warmup, but it turned into more than half the lesson haha. Thanks for the idea!