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Whos That?
Pairs. Student A, tell Student B about a person in your family. Show a picture if
you have one. Use the conversation below as a model.
Ana: Hi.
Chris: Hi. Oh, pictures. Whos that?
Ana: Thats my brother, Marcello.
Chris: How old is he?
Ana: Hes 22.
Chris: Is he a student?
Ana: Yeah. He goes to the
University of Maryland.
Chris: Whats he studying?
Ana: Hes studying engineering.
Chris: Thats great.
Information Gap: A Family Tree
Pairs. Student A, look at this page. Student B, look at page 48.
Here is a family tree. Ask and answer questions to fill in the missing names.
Ask questions about James, Nancy, Scott, Tim, and Kay.
Use this language:
A: Whos James?
B: Hes Carols __________.
46
Janice m
Carol m
Kim
Dmitri m
John
Kathy m
Cody Emma
Anas Family
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Board Game: How About It?
Groups of 4. Two pairs will compete. Each pair needs 1 marker. See appendix for complete instructions.
Example
Pair 1, toss the coin. Move 1 space.
Pair 1, Student A: Look at the cue (how/get /to class next week?) Ask: How are you
getting to class next week?
Pair 1, Student B: Say: Im taking the bus. (Give a true answer.)
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how often / go /
dancing
?
17
how long / study /
every night
?
18
how / practice /
English
?
FI NI SH
15
how much coffee /
drink / every day
?
14
how many
CDs / have
?
13
how much sleep /
get / every night
?
12
how much
homework /
have / tonight
?
8
how far / walk /
every day
?
9
how / go /
home today
?
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how many hours /
study / at night
?
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how many books /
read / a month
?
7
how much free
time / have
?
6
how often / listen /
to the radio
?
5
how / feel /
today
?
4
how often / visit /
your relatives
?
START
1
how / get / to class
next week
?
2
how many sisters /
have
?
3
how often / go /
to the movies
?
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Information Gap: A Family Tree
Pairs. Student B, look at this page. Student A, look at page 46.
Here is a family tree. Ask and answer questions to fill in the missing names. Ask questions
about Kathy, Janice, John, and Cody.
Use this language:
A: Whos James?
B: Hes Carols ___________.
Interviews: My Favorite Relative
Pairs. Talk about your favorite relative. Show a photo if you have one. Ask and answer
questions about this person.
Use these wh-question words: who, what, where, why, how.
Use this language:
What does your brother do?
Why do you like him?
James m
Tim Carol m
Kim
Dmitri Nancy m
Kay
Scott m
Emma
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Role Play: Lets Do Something
Pairs. Student A, call Student B to see if he or she wants to do something. Use the conversation
below as a model.
A: What are you doing tonight?
B: Nothing much.
A: Im going out for dinner. Do you want to come?
B: Okay. That sounds good.
A: Lets meet at the Garuda Restaurant at 7:30.
B: The Garuda Restaurant at 7:30?Great.
A: Okay. See you there.
B: Thanks. See you later.
Here are some things you can do and places you can meet.
Activities Where to meet
play soccer go to the beach at the station
go shopping watch a video at your/my place
have a picnic go to the movies at the caf
go to a concert play tennis at the park
WebTalk
Groups of 5. Guess about people from famous families. One
student is It. Read your sentences about the person you
found on the web. Stop after each sentence. The other students
guess who the person is. They ask: Is it ___________?
Clue 1: She has three brothers. 8 points
Clue 2: She was born in 1950. 6 points
Clue 3: She has two children. 4 points
Clue 4: Her mother is called Elizabeth. 2 points
Clue 5: One of her brothers is called
Charles, Prince of Wales. 1 point
Who is it?
Bettmann/Corbis
Use these instructions for the games on pages 7, 15, 19, 27, 35, 39, 43, 47, and 51.
Groups of 4 (2 pairs). Use 1 book and 1 coin. Pairs compete against each other. Each
pair needs 1 marker.
Pairs 1 and 2: Put your markers on the Start square. To move forward on the
board, toss the coin. One side of the coin = move 1 space; the other side of
the coin = move 2 spaces.
Pair 1: Begin playing. Toss the coin and move your market to the correct square.
Use the cues and pictures in the square and/or in the middle of the board
to ask and answer a question. Look at the example on the page for more
information.
Pair 2: Make sure Pair 1 asks and answers the question correctly. If you arent sure,
ask your teacher.
Pair 1: If you are correct, your marker stays on the square. If you are not correct,
move the marker back to where you started.
Pair 2: Toss the coin and move to the correct square. If you land on the square
with Pair 1s marker on it, move to the next square. Ask and answer a question.
Pairs 1 and 2: Take turns. Play until one pair gets to the Finish square.
Use these instructions for the game on page 11.
Groups of 3. Use 1 book and 1 coin. Students A, B, and C will compete against each
other. Each student needs 1 marker.
Students A, B, and C: Put your markers on the Start square. To move forward on
the board, toss the coin. One side of the coin = move 1 space; the other side
of the coin = move 2 spaces.
Student A: Begin playing. Toss the coin and move your marker to the correct
square. Use the cues and pictures in the square to make up your sentence.
Look at the example on the page for more information.
Students B and C: Make sure Student A is correct. If you arent sure, ask your teacher.
Student A: If you are correct, your marker stays on the square. If you are not
correct, move the marker back to where you started.
Students A, B, and C: Take turns. Toss the coin and move to the correct square.
If you land on a square with another students marker on it, move to the next
square. Play until one student gets to the Finish square.
Instructions for Board Games
Appendix
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