I designed this activity at the beginning of the year to encourage collaboration amongst my students. I paired them up and gave them each one of these worksheets. Then, each person wrote three facts about himself or herself. Next, that individual gave his or her paper to his or her partner to read. The partner then wrote a question about each fact that would gain more information from the fact writer (Example: If fact number one said, "I like ice cream." The partner could write on question one, "What is your favorite type of ice cream?" If fact number two said, "I have three dogs." The partner could write on question two, "What are your dogs' names?") It allows students to practice writing and asking questions. Then, they trade papers back and orally answer each others' questions. This promotes communication and collaboration.
Also, there's two lines of writing room for facts and questions. On the thumbnail, a line got cut off on fact 1 and question 1, but once you download it- everything will appear normal. It's also spaced better on the downloaded document than on the thumbnail. It covers the whole page on the downloaded document.