Timetable Battleships

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

On and at with days and times Present Simple pairwork game

School timetables battleships game

 

Student A

Take turns asking “What do you study at… on…?” and/ or Do you study English at… on…?” to try to find all of your partner’s English lessons. The first person to find all the other person’s English lessons is the winner. It might help to write their schedule under yours (with X for not English), to check how many you have found and which squares you have already asked about.  

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wed

Thursday

Friday

9:00

-

9:45

Drama

Science

P.E.

Maths

English

9:50

-

10:35

English

English

English

I.T.

Chinese

11:00

-

11:45

P.E.

Chinese

Japanese

Social studies

Maths

11:50

-

12:30

French

Korean

Physical education

Ethics

English

14:15

-

15:00

Japanese

Science

Maths

History

English

15:05

-

15:50

History

P.E.

Japanese

Science

Music

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Student B

Take turns asking “What do you study at… on…?” and/ or Do you study English at… on…?” to try to find all of your partner’s English lessons. The first person to find all the other person’s English lessons is the winner. It might help to write their schedule under yours (with X for not English), to check how many you have found and which squares you have already asked about.

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wed

Thursday

Friday

9:00

-

9:45

Science

Maths

English

English

English

9:50

-

10:35

French

Chinese

Social studies

History

History

11:00

-

11:45

Korean

I.T.

Music

Japanese

Drama

11:50

-

12:30

Physical

education

English

Music

Japanese

Music

14:15

-

15:00

Science

English

Ethics

English

I.T.

15:05

-

15:50

Drama

P.E.

P.E.

Maths

I.T.

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Make your own grids version

Put these six English lessons into the table on the next page, making sure your partner can’t see your sheet and that the ones in groups stay together that way:

 

English

 

 

English

 

English

(English at the same time for three days in a row)

 

English

 

 

English

 

(English for two lessons in a row on the same day)

 

English

 

(One other English lesson)

 

Fill the other lessons with other subjects, for example:

Geography                              Chemistry                      Science

Home Economics                    Social Studies                History

Geography                              Biology                           Economics

Psychology                              Business Studies   French

Physical Education (P.E.)          English Literature Woodwork

Religious Education (R.E.)       Information Technology (= I.T.)

Maths (= Mathematics)             Music                   Drama

Japanese                                          Chinese                         Ethics

Korean

Take turns asking “What do you study at… on…?” and/ or Do you study English at… on…?” to try to find all of your partner’s English lessons. The first person to find all the other person’s English lessons is the winner. It might help to write their schedule under yours (with X for not English), to check how many you have found and which squares you have already asked about.

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Blank grid

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wed

Thursday

Friday

9:00

-

9:45

 

 

 

 

 

9:50

-

10:35

 

 

 

 

 

11:00

-

11:45

 

 

 

 

 

11:50

-

12:30

 

 

 

 

 

14:15

-

15:00

 

 

 

 

 

15:05

-

15:50

 

 

 

 

 

 

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