February 22

Board surveys

Board surveys are a great way to practise question forms and work well with all learners who love to write on the board.
Draw a table on the board and write the names of the students down the left column and the vocabulary you want to work with along the top row.  Then choose a student and ask them a question such as, “Dave, can you fly?”  To which Dave replies, “No, I can’t.”  He can then come and draw the face on the board and ask the next question.  Once your students understand how the activity works, you can add another pen to the equation, so that more people can be involved at the same time.
You can use this activity to practise structures such as:
Can you…?
Have you got…?
Have you ever…?
Did you…at the weekend?
Do you like…?

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Posted February 22, 2010 by Teresa Bestwick in category Uncategorized

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