This is an A/B activity. I like these activities because they incorporate speaking, listening, and writing in a fairly short activity after you have introduced and practice the vocabulary for a bit.
A/B This means 1) students work in pairs. 2) they each have the questions that they ask to their partner (in this case, simply Que te gusta) 3) they each have the answers they must give their partners (but the partners do not see the answers, they must listen for and write down the responses they hear.)
The directions are given on the preview as well as the answer sheet for "Estudiante A".
When you purchase you will see that Estudiante A and Estudiante B are on the same page. Thus, if you have 30 students in a class, you simply make 15 copies and cut them in half and distribute an A and a B to each pair (be sure to tell them not to show their partner their answers!)
If you have an odd number of students, simply have an A and 2 B's and allow the B's to take turns answering and asking.
This activity is great because it is a speaking, listening, and writing activity.
Since it is a word file, you could make the questions a bit more complex than what I have by adding perhaps verbs and days of the week to the question "Que te gusta" (ie Que te gusta comer el lunes etc).
If you have already done "le gusta", you can be sure to tell the students to write down their partner's responses in complete sentences using this format.
This Que te gusta works with any Spanish I but it definitely corresponds with the Gustar Unit for Baltimore County Public Schools and/or the Expresate Textbook.
NOTE: THE FREE PREVIEW ONLY SHOWS THE ESTUDIANTE A SIDE; THIS WAS NECESSARY TO KEEP THE THUMBNAIL SMALL ENOUGH FOR ME TO UPLOAD. ESTUDIANTE B OBVIOUSLY WOULD HAVE DIFFERENT "ANSWERS" FROM ESTUDIANTE A.