Who Are They?
I like a game I call "Who are they?" Ss come to the front of the class and act out dialogues. The rest of the class has to guess who they are (e.g., Dentist and patient, Mother and Daughter, Librarian and Student, Track Coach and A thlete), but they can't use the terms for either role. You can also play "Where are they?" (e.g., at the Park, at a Party, in an elevator), but, again, they cannot use the place name in their role play. Make it a team game and the first team to guess the correct answer gets a point. This is great for Hi-Beginners and up in oral/aural skills classes.
Name: D. Scott Jenison
Location: Watsonville, CA USA
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