dollars, euros, pounds, etc.) and begin at a stand where there is an open space.Level: Easy to Medium The teacher gives a word and asks a student to spell it, and then a second student should say a word beginning with the last letter of the word given. Explain that they are cowboys and they are involved in a duel. The first child to give the answer and then "bang bang", pretending to shoot his opponent is the winner. I give 1 point for the right answer and 5 extra points if they manage to "kill" 4 opponents in a row.The game continues until someone makes a mistake, that is, to pronounce the word incorrectly, misspell it or come up with a word that has been said already, then he/she is out. This game can be made difficult by limiting the words to a certain category, e.g.. Editor's Note: Instead of saying the word in the students' mother tongue, it would be possible to use a picture or to say a definition ("What do you call the large gray animal with a long nose?Give the students 1-2 minutes to find as many possible words as they can and memorize them.Start the game by calling a ship's name, for example the ship name is "THE CALIFORNIAN".For beginner and low intermediate classes, I recommend formulating questions that lead to 1 or 2 types of answers. For example, use CAN/WILL questions and write the beginning part of the answer on the board "I can/will...".I recommend giving a prize to make the target points mean something, thus peaking their interest. This game works best with the arbitrary stop watch (30 seconds). Then for another day take the same categories (or create new ones) and play the same game except students, this time, act it out (no speaking or noises).The laughter from this is hilarious as the impressions tend to make the character in question look funny.It is a good idea to encourage students to ask the interviewee student questions about who they are describing.") Level: Easy to Medium Preparation: Divide the students in to groups of four or five.Then ask the student to make the name for their ships for example with the names of animals, cities, movie stars or let them find their own favourite names. The captain's duty is to memorize his ship's name, so he can reply if somebody call his ship's name.