An activity for students to guess what an object, person, place is by asking only questionsSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for each pair of students and ask them to cut them as indicated.
2. Explain that they are going to work with a partner as a team and that they have ten minutes to ask questions to elicit as many words on their worksheet as possible.
3. Divide the students into pairs (A and B) and distribute the worksheets.
4. Tell the students not to show their partner the worksheet. Give the students time to go through the words on their sheet and think of some possible questions. When everyone is ready, give the students a ten-minute time limit and let them begin the activity.
5. Student A asks questions to their partner to elicit as many words from the box on their worksheet as possible.
6. When Student B says a word from the worksheet, Student A puts a tick next to the word. If Student B cannot guess the word after a few questions, Student A puts a cross. After ten minutes, the students stop and swap roles.
7. The process is then repeated with Student B asking the questions. When everyone has finished, pairs add up their points.
8. The pair with the highest combined score wins the game. As an extension, pairs can play against each other. In pairs, students write a new set of words, according to criteria set by you. Students then follow the same procedure as above.
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