Time for a little thought-provoking discussion among students?
Try this exercise which has students indicate whether they agree or disagree or feel neutral about statements dealing with : La Inmigración
I have simply changed the activity on page 123 of the textbook in order to make it more interactive and to create a discussion among peers.
After making their choices, students must explain their reasons for 2 of their decisions.
Students then form groups of 4 to discuss each preference.
This makes the activity much more interactive and fun for students to share with each other.
What is included?
· A 6-statement survey using vocabulary from the chapter.
· A place to explain 2 of students’ choices.
· a place to explain the opinions of students' classmates
· Suggestions for expansion of this activity.
This is a great way to get students to express opinions in a non-threatening and friendly atmosphere.
My students really enjoyed this and it ended with a lively discussion!