ESL UNO: Clothes

ESL UNO: Clothes

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How to play ESL UNO!

Prep: Print out (front to back), cut, and laminate the cards to form an ESL-UNO deck.
Goal: The goal of ESL UNO is to get rid of all your cards. The first player to get rid of all their cards wins!
Step # 1 - Make sure to shuffle your deck of UNO cards. I sometimes split the cards among the students to let them do some of the shuffling themselves.
Step # 2 - Deal 5 or 7 cards to each player. Deal 5 if you are looking to play a shorter game, and deal 7 if you are looking to play a longer game.
Step # 3 - Place the remainder of the cards face-down in the middle of the table (this will become the draw pile). Turn the top card over face-up next to draw pile.  The first player may go by playing a card that matches the number or color of the card that was turned over. As that player puts down their card, they must ask a question containing the target ESL vocabulary/grammar represented on the card to the player who is going next. You can print out and use the provided 'example cue card' as an example by going over it and placing it on the table during gameplay. You can decide which player gets to start the game and go first through a method such as rock, scissors, paper.
Step # 4 - The next player repeats this process by answering the question and then asking a question along with the card they play.  The first play to get rid of all their cards wins! If a player doesn’t have a card that matches the number or color of the card that was previously played, they must draw one card from the draw pile.  It is then the next player's turn. If a player has only one card remaining they must say “UNO” before playing their last card during their turn. If another player says “UNO” before that player, they must draw two cards from the draw pile.
How to play ESL UNO!

Prep: Print out (front to back), cut, and laminate the cards to form an ESL-UNO deck.
Goal: The goal of ESL UNO is to get rid of all your cards. The first player to get rid of all their cards wins!
Step # 1 - Make sure to shuffle your deck of UNO cards. I sometimes split the cards among the students to let them do some of the shuffling themselves.
Step # 2 - Deal 5 or 7 cards to each player. Deal 5 if you are looking to play a shorter game, and deal 7 if you are looking to play a longer game.
Step # 3 - Place the remainder of the cards face-down in the middle of the table (this will become the draw pile). Turn the top card over face-up next to draw pile.  The first player may go by playing a card that matches the number or color of the card that was turned over. As that player puts down their card, they must ask a question containing the target ESL vocabulary/grammar represented on the card to the player who is going next. You can print out and use the provided 'example cue card' as an example by going over it and placing it on the table during gameplay. You can decide which player gets to start the game and go first through a method such as rock, scissors, paper.
Step # 4 - The next player repeats this process by answering the question and then asking a question along with the card they play.  The first play to get rid of all their cards wins! If a player doesn’t have a card that matches the number or color of the card that was previously played, they must draw one card from the draw pile.  It is then the next player's turn. If a player has only one card remaining they must say “UNO” before playing their last card during their turn. If another player says “UNO” before that player, they must draw two cards from the draw pile.

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