Lesson:Around the world
The back left corner student in each row of desks is student A. The student in front of student A, in the next row up, is student B.
- A moves up one row and stands beside B who also stands up in place.
- Teacher asks a question using recently covered language.
- First student to answer, student A or B, is the winner. Loser sits down at this desk. Winner moves up one row, toward the front of classroom, and student in that next desk stands up with him/her, for the next question.
- Teacher repeats steps 2 and 3 till a winner reaches front of room. Then repeat in next column of desks, till all students have played.
Winners progress to front and most students end up in different seats—hence going "Around the World."