Mystery Box Challenge: Learn to Use Adjectives by Guessing the Object!
In this fun game, students will practice describing objects using adjectives that relate to their 5 senses.
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Students will practice naming the 5 senses. Next they will work in collaboration to compile a list of questions to ask themselves before describing something. For example, when discussing "sight", students might ask themselves: What color is it? What size is it? Does it look old or new? Next, we will have a brief discussion about adjectives. Students should already be familiar with the term "noun", but this is not required. The students will then brainstorm lists of adjectives that can answer...
Students will improve their writing skills by learning how to describe things in detail. Students will improve their problem solving, deductive reasoning, and collaborative skills.
Homework is optional: After class, students may upload a caption or video to the discussion board that describes an object of their choosing. The teacher and the rest of the class will use the discussion board to guess the object and ask questions for hints.
Students will be provided with a copy of our completed class work after the lesson.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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