This Find Someone Who activity can be easily incorporated into a reading lesson to open a classroom conversation on reading. This activity would also be helpful in gathering informal data about student reading preferences.
This download includes instructions for use as well as language objectives for teachers who are interested in using this as a communicative, language-building activity. Possible Language Objectives include:
Present Tense Questions and Answers: Students can practice forming questions and answers orally or in writing.
- Do you read books in bed? Yes, I read books in bed.
- Does Eduardo read books on the bus? Yes, he reads books on the bus.
Compound Sentences: Students can create compound sentences using information from the activity.
- Maria reads on the bus, and she reads in the car.
- Paulo likes to read nonfiction, but he does not read books about sports.