Grammar can be boring… but it doesn’t always have to be that way. You can use games to teach grammar. Take TABOO, for example. It’s a classic after-dinner game in English speaking countries. You probably didn’t think of it much before, but often when playing TABOO you would use adjective clauses. Think about it:

You need to describe the Eiffel Tower but you can’t say:

  • Paris
  • France
  • Tower
  • Tall
So what do you do?
How about this:
“It’s a famous landmark which is located in a popular European city. It is a big structure that is made of metal.”
Look at that. Two adjective clauses!
Here’s a PPT I made that’s ready to go for your students. Just download it (it’s free) and take it to class.