Interpretive Listening can sometimes be the hardest part of learning a foreign language for students. A student often needs additional practice to progress in his/her language development.
This partner activity has students reading 12 sentences to a partner, while their partners write what they hear and draws a picture representing what they wrote and heard. This activity is centered around a unit on food.
Students take turns reading, listening and writing the sentences about two restaurant experiences. Then both partners check each others' papers for accuracy based on what they read and wrote.
This activity asks students to operate in the target language, practice fluency, speaking, listening and writing.