What Where Who

What Where Who
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What - Where - Who

Natural conversations go in all sorts of different directions. These
three conversations go in fairly similar ways in order to show students
examples of how to use the three question patterns in three different
times so that they can practice using them in their own conversations.

How to use the worksheet.

1. Start the students off with a conversation topic or question. Listen in
and correct where needed. Drill your corrections.

2. Review the conversations in the story. Practice / drill the question
and answer patterns.

There are a lot of different ways you can do this. Sometimes I read the
story for the students as listening practice and then ask them
questions or have them make questions about the story.

You might try using just one conversation and then give the topic
corresponding to the time used. Then do the next conversation with
them and have them change the topic accordingly.

Whatever you do, make sure they walk away with a better ability to
use the language you practiced in class.

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Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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