1 - Draw on the board a noughts and crosses grid with nine categories.
2 - Divide the class into two equal teams. Team A plays with a "0" and Team B with an X.
3 - Team A chooses a square (e.g. Can...) and makes a sentence using the word, e.g. Can you speak French? If the sentence is correct, rub out Can... and write 0 in that square. If it's wrong, Team B has only one chance to correct it. If this is right, they win the square and you write an X in it. Then it's Team B's turn.
4 - The first team to get a straight line of three Xs or 0s in any direction wins the game.
Suggestions for language practice: Write those points in the squares.
a. Does...? Were...? Are...? Is...? Has...? Was...? Did...? Would...? Could...?
b. Wh-? questions ( how often...? why...? where...? how many...? etc.)
c. past tense of irregular verbs ( students have to change form and make sentences in the past ).