Frist, there are 8 pages, in color, but you don't need to use color copies. INCLUDED:question page and refusal/accepting expressions, 4 pages with 15 questions and scenarios on each page (out and about, food, school, trips) 1 page with numbers 1-4 for categories, 1 page with numbers 1-15, 1 page with instructions.
I LOVE this activity! Students are talking, asking, thinking, having fun, and USING the language. This is what I call "INTERROGATION QUESTIONS" vs. "CONVERSATION QUESTIONS (which are more vague) After teaching the expressions, and wanted the STUDENTS to take over. This is the result! The students wanted more and more choices for questions so I invented the 4 categories! There are 60 questions that they can use over and over!
This activity includes a breakdown of questions with categories (out and about, school, trips, food). The question pages also have the situation in English to help students. an acceptance/refusal page broken down into categories: how to ask, how to accept, how to refuse simply, how to refuse with an excuse, how to be unsure - ALL POLITELY!
lThis activity can be done over and over in a few ways.
1. I teach the expressions of accepting, refusing invitations
2. I hand out the question page - review the whole page
3. I review the pronunciation of the pages with questions
4. Students can ask me any of the questions and I will politely refuse or accept.
5.I then ask students and they can politely accept or refuse
6. I will ask students to "pre answer" and then randomly pick a question to see if they chose "well!" THEY LOVE THIS!
7. Students practice with each other.
8. They can choose categories and questions as well to make it even more random (with the paper "cards" for choosing)
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