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Let’s play UNO
- Look here.
- I have UNO
- Let’s play UNO.
- Teachers learn to to raise awareness to content
- Teachers learn to show content.
- Students will learn to make suggestions.
Cards and Colors
- A red card.
- This is a red card.
- What this?
- Is this a red card?
- Students identify the four colors in the UNO game.
- Students can answer ” What and Is” questions about the numbers.
Cards and Numbers
- A red card.
- red one
- zero to 9
- Students can identify the four colors in the UNO game.
- Students can identify the 10 numbers in the game.
Cards and Sequence
- I have zero.
- Who has red 1?
- I have one.
- Who has 2?
- Sorry. That is green 2. Who has red 2. Good.
- Students can play the sequence from zero to 9.
- Students learn Q/a “Who has…?
Same and Different
- This is UNO. It is a card game.
- We can play this card on this card because they are the same color.
- We can play this card on this card because they are the same number.
- We can’t play this card on this card because they are different colors and different numbers.
- We can play these cards on any cards.
- Students can play the the same color cards.
- Students can play the same number.
- Students can stop players from playing a wrong card.
My Turn. Your Turn.
- My turn.
- Your turn.
- Not your turn.
- It is his/ her turn.
- Students can play in turn.
- Students can wait.
- Students can be patient.
- There are action cards.
- This card changes the direction.
- This is the “take 2” cards.
- This is the “take 1” card.
- This is the “change color” card.
- Students can use action cards.
- Students understand how to use the cards.
- Students can play the players in the game.
- Students can emotionally accept the game play.