sexta-feira, 14 de maio de 2010
Family dinner conversation starters
I got these questions a looooong time ago from a site on the Net and they’re great for us to have our students speaking a little more! We can write them on the board and ask our students at the beginning of the class, or type them and have our students in pairs asking and answering those questions or even play some music and have fun with a “Hot Potato” game (in my case this last option is impossible, but it always works with large/small groups). If you give private lessons, you can be your student's partner and make use of them, too!
Here they are:
a)What was the nicest thing you did for someone else today? What was the nicest thing that someone else did for you today?
b)If you were writing a newspaper article about your day, what would the headline be?
c)Tell us three adjectives that describe your day today.
d)In 60 seconds, tell us as much about your day as you can.
e)Describe your perfect day, from the time you wake up until you go to bed.
Have a bright weekend, colleague!