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Company introduction mingle activity
A variation on a classic activity. Learners ask and answer questions about the products, location and customer base of some imaginary companies. Suitable for pre-service or in-service learners. There is an interactive word-ordering activity to help them form the questions.
Students visit nightclub managers to ask about location, opening hours, prices, music and dress code. Includes a series of Syntex activities for students to rearrange the words and punctuation into the correct order.
What is Jaws doing?
Seriously gory fun based on still images from the film Jaws. Learners practise question forming and the use of commas and inverted commas in reported speech. As a follow-up, you could try Jaws attacks.
Suggestions for class surveys, with children displaying their findings as a graph.
Find your twin
A simple but effective mill drill to practise basic questions about name, age, birthday, and brothers and sisters.
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