DAY ONE (50 Minutes)
Step 1: Elicit a list of English speaking countries from the students, using obvious ones (i.e. Canada) and less obvious ones depending on the region you are teaching (i.e. Hong Kong for students in Asia).
Step 2: Assign groups or allow students to create their own. Reward quiet and thoughtful behaviour by allowing those groups to pick their country first. Have each group pick a country.
Step 3: Hand out a worksheet to each students. Before they begin, review the necessary vocabulary, especially the difference between "nationality" and "ethnicity".
Step 4: Have students work on the flag and personal information sections of the passport. They can make up some of the information depending on the country of their group. Other information can be the same.
Remind them not to lose their passports!
DAY 2 (50 Minutes)
Step 4: Review and elicit the correct answers for the Speaking Questions.
Step 5: Have them pull out their work and write the answers to the 'Speaking Questions' area of the worksheet. They should write the answers for their group's country and, if neccessary, they can use the internet for research.
Step 6: Have the students stand up and ask each other questions. Upon receiving the correct answer, students should also receive a "passport stamp" from the student they asked.