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I Did, Too! - March 20, 2017Lesson Collection #5 - Lesson 14e
Students practice rejoinders using past tense did and didn't. For example, one student may say:
Last Valentine's Day I had a toothache.
Other students in the group reply to that statement truthfully by saying things like:
I did, too!
So did I!
Me, too! -or-
Then another student reads a sentence from the worksheet such as:
Most of last month, I didn't take a bath.
Group mates offer appropriate rejoinders such as:
I didn't, either!
Neither did I!
Me neither! -or-
As in the above two examples, many of the sentences are quite silly (thus fun) and students need to respond honestly and quickly. To make this activity more enjoyable (and difficult) - students may not use the same rejoinder once it's been said for any given statement. If all students simply say: Me, too! Me, Too!, Me, Too, it's not only too easy, it's boring.
There are five other versions of this lesson:
I Am, Too! (See Lesson 14a above)
I Can, Too! (See Lesson 14b above)
I Do, Too! (See Lesson 14c above)
I Will, Too! (See Lesson 14d above) -and-
I Have, Too! (See Lesson 14f below).
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