With these cards, your students really learn to introduce themselves and others. The cards are exchangeable, so it always stays interesting! Your students learn to conjugate the verbs correctly, express their opinions, give preferences ... no matter if they are 13 or 65 years old. The vocabulary is built gradually and individually.
The back story is a survey, i. a student is the reporter and interviews the peers. An internal differentiation is well possible, as the cards can be used with and without assistance, so you can assign the level of difficulty individually.
With the blank formats you can also expand vocabulary or / and create other combinations.
You can also give it to your students, so they better consolidate vocabulary what is relevant to them.
Target group: adolescents and adults, level A1.
Time to use: with 2 lessons per week, you may spend a full year of study.
- Where do most people come from?
- Who creates the highest number if you count all family members together?
- Who lives closest to the place of study?
b) "Lies or Truth Game": do the details also apply in real life?
For long life, laminate the cards.
Cut out the "hobby cards with picture" either individually (for a domino game) or make a vocabulary-card by gluing them back to back. (Vocabulary training).
You can also use the "emoticons" individually (internal differentiation) or glue them together back to back (one side only image, the other side with word and image).
You want to make the survey realistic? Then let your students bring a microphone or tinker and film the whole with the camera or the phone!
I wish you lots of fun and success!