The students begin by playing a pelmanism game where they match countries and capital cities together.
The students begin by playing a pelmanism game where they match countries and capital cities together. The students are divided into groups of three. Each group is given a set of country cards and capital city cards, which they spread out face down on the table in two sets.
Students then take it in turns to turn over a country card and a capital city card. If the two cards match, the student makes a sentence using the two cards, e. The student then keeps the cards and has another turn.
If the cards do not match, the student turns them back over, keeping the cards in the same place.
The students continue to play until all the cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner. Next, the students play a game where they race against each other to match capital cities to countries. One student takes the country cards, shuffles them and places them in a pile face down.
The other two students take the capital city cards, shuffle them and spread them out face up on the table.
The student with the country cards picks up a card from the pile and reads out the country on the card to the two students. The two students then race to find the corresponding capital city card and give it to the student, saying the name of the capital city at the same time.
The first student to do this wins and keeps the two cards. This continues until all the cards have been matched. The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins. Afterwards, students swap roles and play again.
Each student is given a copy of the worksheet.
Working alone, students write the nationality for each country in a chart on the worksheet. When the students have finished, the answers are checked with the class. Students then move on to categorize the nationalities according to their suffixes.
After that, the students are divided into pairs and one student in each pair turns over their worksheet. The other student then tests their partner on the countries and nationalities.The countries that are member states of the United Nations as of The front of the card is the country name and the back of the card is the flag and capital.
ESL Countries and Nationalities Worksheet - Reading, Writing and Spelling Activity - Elementary - 20 minutes Here is a useful worksheet activity to help students practice countries, nationalities and flags.
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Tags: people and places countries nations and nationalities Vocabulary lesson In this lesson, students learn and put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb ‘be’.
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