A language game for students to practice different ways to ask for somethingSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make one copy of the two worksheets for each pair of students.
2. Divide the class into two groups (A and B).
3. Separate the two groups, give each student a corresponding A or B worksheet and ask the students to draw the requests on the worksheet in the corresponding numbered squares.
4. When everyone has finished drawing their pictures, have the students cut the worksheet as indicated. Then, students then pair up with someone from the other group.
5. The students give their partner the drawings they have made.
6. Tell the students that requests 1 to 4 begin with 'Could you...?' and requests 5 to 9 begin with 'Can you...?'
7. The students then take it in turns to guess the requests from their partner's pictures. They get three chances to guess the request in each picture.
8. If a student guesses correctly on the first try, they score three points. On the second try, they get two points. On the third try, they score one point and the student with the most points at the end of the activity is the winner.
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