UNIT 4 - HOBBIES
This unit would be about hobbies and things they like to do in their free time.
This unit has activities with 3 levels of difficulty, for example:
- In level easy you are going to associate the images of hobbies with the name of each one.
- In level medium you can use the board provided. On this level it is possible to use QR codes to get more information about the topics and involve ability of reading.
- In level advanced you have to cooperate with other people. It’s a level for 2 players.
Hello! I'm HOBBY-ROBOT and I'm ready to move and help you have fun!
What activities do you like to do in your free time?
Roll the dice. Moves the robot from the START point on the drawn path to a number of steps equal to the number indicated by the dice (one step = one square). If you get to an image, move the robot along the drawn path to the name of the hobby in this image. If you have reached a name, move the robot along the drawn path to the appropriate image. Then answer the following questions: 1. Would you like this hobby? Why? 2. What do you need to practice it?
Use the hobbies board.
Let's see some information about your hobby.
What is your hobby?
Move the robot on the board (movements left, right, or north-south ...) to the image that corresponds to your hobby. Through the QR code you will have more information about it. From this point move the robot (movements left, right, or north-south ...) to the image that represent the place where this hobby can be practiced. Then, move the robot to the image that represent the way in which you practice your hobby: alone, with a friend or in a team. At the end, move the robot to the image that represent how often you practice your hobby.
You have a hobbies board 2.
Game for 2 players.
What’s your hobby? What do you like doing? How often do you do this hobby? Where do you like doing this hobby? How do you like doing this hobby? (alone, with a friend or in a team)
To play thisgame you will need a partner. Each partner moves his robot, starting from the START point, on all images corresponding to the responses at the four questions above. When the robot is on the picture of your hobby, tell your colleague why you like this hobby and what benefits it brings to you. The two partners move the robot alternately. Meeting with "Happy Face" means that you have the right to two movements (the partner does not move the robot).Meeting the "sad face" means you have to escape. Knowing the "Joker" means that you have the right to five consecutive moves (your partner does not move the robot).
You have a hobbies board 3