First, practice all the expressions on the first slide and demonstrate the appropriate action with each expression. Zoom in on each expression as you say it. Next, divide the class in half with an equal number of students on each team. Include the JTE if you need to.
The second slide is for explaining/demonstrating.
- 1 student from each team stands up, and they play rock-scissors paper.
- The winner looks at the screen and chooses a number.
- Delete the numbered box they chose, and you'll expose a word or expression with a red number. the red number represents points.
- The loser then asks the winner, "Will you [ ]?"
- If the winner says "Sure! OK!" etc., then they can do the action and get points. Some of the actions are embarrassing (dance/sing a song/shake my hand), so it's okay for the students to say no, but they won't receive points. An additional rule could be to let the janken-losing team receive points if the winner said "no".
This can be done as a warmup/short activity by taking a few volunteers only, but I had every student participate once, which took about 30-35 minutes (38 students).
*PowerPoint note: I don't know how to make the squares disappear by clicking on them, so I played the game in edit mode rather than slide show mode and actually deleted them one by one. If you have advice for editing the animations, please share.
**Note 2: Slides 3 and 4 are the same. I have it copied that way after I delete the numbered squares, I'll have a fresh copy for the next class.