Eraser/Keyword Game  


The Eraser/Keyword Game is a listening comprehension game from the Eigo Noto activities. Paired students face their cleared desks towards each other and place an eraser in the middle. A ‘keyword’ is given, perhaps by placing a flashcard on the blackboard. A teacher then says that keyword or another. The goal for the students is to take the eraser first when the teacher says the keyword, but not to take the eraser another word is said.
Instead of saying only one word, the keyword can be part of a Q&A pattern, or in a short dialog:
‘What fruit do you like?’ ‘I like blue.’
‘I have a green pen.’ ‘I have a blue pen.’

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