A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Like & Don’t Like- Alphabet Coin Game
Choose a letter of the alphabet, for example by picking a letter out of a bag of Scrabble
letters or magnetic letters or by using the alphabet prompts below. Make a true “You
like…” or “You don’t like…” sentence about your partner using a noun or verb starting with
that letter. You get one point if what you say is true. Change roles and do the same, then
continue switching roles, choosing letters and making true statements until your teacher
stops the game.
“That’s not true. Actually I…”
Alphabet prompts (optional)
Ask your partner to choose a number between 1 and 26 without looking below. They must
make a sentence using a noun (n) or verb (v) starting with the letter next to that number.
Do the same, but this time tossing a coin to see if you must make a true “You like…”
sentence (heads) or a true “You don’t like…” sentence (tails).
Do the same, but also flipping the coin to see if you must make a true “You…” sentence
(heads) or a “Your brother/ Your sister/ Your mother/ Your pet/ Your…” sentence (tails).
Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015