An activity for students to practice working with ‘likes’ and ‘dislikes’ and giving complimentsSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for students.
2. Give each student a copy of the worksheet and tell them not to show their worksheet to anyone.
3. Ask the students to complete the sentences on the worksheet, describing their likes, dislikes, and interests.
4. When the students have finished, give each student a number card and ask them to write their number at the top of the worksheet without showing the card or number to anyone.
5. Then, collect the worksheets, shuffle them, and stick them up around the classroom, if the conditions of your classroom allow it.
6. Next, divide the students into pairs and give each pair a piece of paper.
7. Write the names of all the students on the board and have the students copy the names onto their paper.
8. The pairs then walk around the classroom reading the numbered descriptions and deciding which student wrote each one.
9. Students write the numbers next to the names on their paper.
10. Afterward, students take it in turns to read out a description to the class.
11. After a description has been read out, have the pairs say who they think wrote it.
12. Then, the student who actually wrote it reveals the answer.
13. Pairs score one point for each correct guess.
14. The pair with the most correct guesses wins.
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