What card games do you know? Do you like playing games? In this lesson, students read about how to play a card game called ‘Snap’. They practise expressions for playing games and then have the chance to write instructions for a game. You need at least one pack of playing cards for this lesson.

Introduction

What card games do you know? Do you like playing games? In this lesson, students read about how to play a card game called ‘Snap’. They practise expressions for playing games and then have the chance to write instructions for a game. You need at least one pack of playing cards for this lesson

Topic 

Card games

Level 

A2/B1

Time

60 minutes

Aims:

  • To help students talk about (and play!) card games
  • To develop students’ reading skills
  • To expand students’ vocabulary
  • To develop students’ writing skills

Materials

All the materials for this lesson plan can be downloaded below 

Language Level

Comments

Submitted by ISAJAGO on Thu, 08/23/2012 - 22:55

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Thanks a lot.  This is very nice and useful! Everybody loves playing cards.

Submitted by lolitacocoliso1 on Thu, 10/18/2012 - 23:09

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I know my students will love this, they love playing games.

And it kind of gives them a break from other Activities that aren't as fun as this one.

Thank you

 

Submitted by Landy Chale on Wed, 12/10/2014 - 15:27

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I'm pretty sure my ss are going to love this!!!

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