A fun, flexible speaking resource to get students asking and answering questions.
Ideal for GCSE revision or use with harder questions for KS5 – making up the questions can be part of the task!
They need not only to understand what the question word means but also to know how to answer the question word. ” means “where” and the student answers with a place.
My students practice in asking and answering questions.
the 7-35 year old, blind and deaf audience would probably love this movie. Privileged children will think this is a cool movie.
They set up elaborate ruses to trick the women into thinking they are meeting someone special.
@tmsaue1 reminded us that finding ways to move past single word responses is very important.
Others noted that they wanted to include culture in the games, and several people mentioned the that the competitive nature of games grabs students’ attention more than standard activities.
The children had 2 minutes to ask each other questions, they could use mine or they could make up their own.One character seems gay and the other 2 pick on him incessantly.