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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Word stress puzzles


Level: lower levels. From A 1 to B1
Melon Maze from Hancock Mcdonald Page
Procedure:   
  • Students work in pairs.
  • Project maze grid on board
  • Students say the words aloud  to decide the path that allows them to get through the maze
Football Maze from Hancock Macdonald Page
Materials:
  • Projector 
  • Totally necessary : Mazes to project (you can make some photocopies if projector is not available)
  • There are two mazes: melon maze and football maze. Depending on the first word of  the maze.  
  • Not necessary but a plus : Recording of words




Go to  Handcock Mcdonald´s  page to download the mazes, project them  on board and start playing:

http://hancockmcdonald.com/materials/melon-maze 

Do you want to view a list of word that most Spanish speakers mispronounce? Click HERE

Thanks to Carmen Santamaria Pena for sharing these materials at the 2016 British Council Barcelona Teacher-s meeting  

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