On page 2 replace the names I have typed with the names of your students in your class. Copy pages 2 and 3 front to back. Hand out a sheet to each student. Give each student a copy of page 1. On page 2, students will write every other student in the class one of the questions from page 1(they will have to change the verb from third person to second person). Tell them not to just go straight down both sheets since you do not want the same students to end up with the same questions on each sheet. They need to mix the questions up. Students will not repeat questions. Students will leave their name blank. I walk around checking papers to make sure they are using the tú form in their questions. I collect papers and make sure they have followed directions, correct spelling, etc.
The following day I hand the papers back to each student. When I say, ¨Pasen los papeles,¨ the first student in each row passes their paper to the student sitting behind them, the last student in each row takes their paper to the first student in the next row and the last student in the last row takes their paper to the first student in the first row. Each student finds their name, reads the question on the line following their name and writes their answer on page 3 next to the number that corresponds to their name on the front of the paper. It is imperative that they follow this instruction so that they are not filling in another student´s line. When I see that most of the class is done, I will say, ¨Pasen los papeles,¨ (or you can ring a bell or blow a horn) and they pass their
papers again, answering the next question.
--Tell students not to pass papers until you say so, otherwise quicker students will pile
up papers on students who may need a few extra minutes.
--In smaller classes you will probably have time to finish, in larger classes you may
need to call time at some point even though the papers may not be complete.