Teachers’ manual_Sugoroku_Kudasai
Sugoroku ‘Kudasai’ version
コンビニすごろく「~をください」
コンビニすごろく「~をください」
Play Sugoroku using:
Vocabulary for products and services in a Japanese コンビ二
Related expressions ~をください, いらっしゃいませ, ありがとうございました.
Slide 1 すごろく Japanese Board Game
Setting up:
This is a 2-6 player game. To involve the whole class, students could compete in teams.. When
playing in teams, each group can choose a representative to stand by the board to roll the dice/move
the marker for the group. Each group should decide the order in which members will take turns to
fulfill the tasks in advance. This will help the game to move along quickly and smoothly.
Deciding which team will start can be done by じゃんけん (Rock, Scissors, Paper). At this point the
teacher could also introduce the standard greetings used by shop assistants. Tap the speech bubble
「いらっしゃいませ (Welcome)」 at スタート (entrance) to hear the audio. Tap on the shop
assistant at the register to hear 「ありがとうございました (Thank you for coming)」.
How to play:
Teams take turns to “roll” the two dice on the screen by tapping them and then moving their
markers accordingly.
As the players travel around the board, they will land on various items, instructions or tasks. When
a player lands on an item, they/the group must ask for the product saying 「(item)をください」. The
vocabulary appears in the square, so students can use that for support if needed.. If the player can’t
read the word, the teacher may play the audio by tapping on the item to help them complete the
sentence. If the sentence is satisfactory, the teacher allows the group to drag the item to their
shopping basket.
There are 4 red squares with instructions. ‘3つすすむ’ means ‘Take 3 steps forward’ and ‘3つもど
る’ means ‘Take 3 steps back’. If a player stops at ‘1かいやすみ’ that group will lose a turn.
When a player lands on a square with the word うりきれ (sold out), the teacher taps on the square
and a task page appears. The player completes the task according to the instructions (in
consultation with their team if appropriate). If they complete the task, they stay where they are. If
not, they must go back to the previous square. The 3 red squares on the top right-hand corner with
a fax machine, a copy machine and ATM respectively also have a link to pages with tasks. The same
rule applies to these squares regarding the completion of the tasks.
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The first team to reach the ゴール (exit) is the winner. The exact number must be thrown to finish,
so groups must move their markers back again from the exit for any excess numbers. The teacher
may allow the use of one dice when a player reaches the last six squares before the finish which is
ざっし.
By tapping on うりきれ squares , fax,
copy machine and ATM, you will be led
to task pages.
Tap on the dice to
roll them.
The items can
be dragged to
the baskets.
Other markers to move
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Task slides are explained below
Slide 2: Fax machine
When a player lands on ファックス (fax machine), the teacher taps on the square to change the
screen to this page. In this task the player is required to list in Japanese the items the team has
collected so far. The teacher can introduce/remind students of the appropriate expression by pulling
out the sample sentence from the right edge of the page. Audio can also be heard by tapping on the
sentence. To go back to the すごろく page, tap on the すごろくにもどる icon.
Drag the star to the left and
pull out the expression.
Slide 3: Copy Machine
When a player lands on コピーき (copy machine), the teacher taps on the square to change the
screen to this page. The greetings for shop assistants 「いらっしゃいませ」 and 「ありがとうござ
いました」 are introduced here. All the group members must say these two expressions 5 times each
cheerfully and pleasantly as if they really are employees. The teacher taps on the speech bubble,
plays the sound clip 5 times, and the group members repeat it.
Tap on the speech bubbles to
play the sound clip.
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Slide 4: うりきれ 1
The first うりきれ square leads to this page. A player chooses one item and writes the word for it in
the pink box. If they need help remembering the word, the teacher may tap on the picture of the
item and play the audio. The word can be written with a pen, or alternatively, constructed by
dragging ひらがな from the box with the letters. The player can work in consultation with their
team if appropriate. When the writing is finished, the teacher pulls down the pull tag above the
picture and reveals the answer.
The answers can be shown by
pulling down the pull tags.
The sound clip can be heard
by tapping on each item.
These ひらがな can be dragged
into the pink box to make a word.
Page 5: ATM
When a player lands on the ATM, the teacher taps on the square to change the screen to this page.
The player should be able to read the word トイレットペーパー (toilet paper) and move their
marker back to the right space.
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Slide 6: うりきれ 2
The second うりきれ square leads to the page below. A player chooses one box by calling out a
number. The teacher/student representative taps on the number and reveals the item. The player
must say the sentence asking for that item, e.g.「おにぎりをください」. If the answer is not correct,
the player must move their marker back to the previous square.
Slide 7: うりきれ 3
The last うりきれ square leads you to the page below. A player chooses one question and calls out
the number. The teacher/student representative taps on one of the blue question marks to reveal a
task. The player must be able to say the sentence using the correct counter. To check the answer,
pull out the star icon on the same row to the left. The sound clip of the sentence can be heard by
tapping on the answer.
Drag the star icon to the left
to see the correct answer.
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Slide 8: Substitute Game (without counters)
If this game is used before students learn counters, the last activity mentioned above can be
substituted by the コンビ二 item recognition activity that was introduced earlier in the program.
As there is no direct link to this page, the teacher needs to select the last page of the sequence.
Students may have a go 5 times or so and should choose the right answer at the first guess every
time.
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