This is an oldie but a goodie my friend posted on her blog. I suggest leaving the box at home and doing a pecha kucha. See page 53 in Medding’s and Thornbury’s book Teaching Unplugged. Have the students use their smartphone photo album for objects. Here is the link to Amanda Auchter’s lesson plan.
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